This article is about the Class III road numbered C14 maintained by Argyll and Bute Council. For other roads numbered C14, see C14.
The C14 stretches north east along Islay's southern coast from the end of the A846 at Ardbeg to the lonely farm of Ardtalla. Apart from the first 100m or so, it is single track throughout, and serves a scattering of farms and houses along this ragged coastline. Despite this, most visitors who have more than a day or two on the island will drive at least part of the road, either to reach the start of the paths and tracks that lead into the hills in this corner of Islay, or to visit the ruined chapel and Medieaval cross at Kildalton.