This article is about the Class III road numbered C54 maintained by Argyll and Bute Council. For other roads numbered C54, see C54.
The C54 starts on the A849 just to the west of Inverlussa and heads south. There is a steep climb up and over the hill at Ardura, and then the road reaches the shore of Loch Spelve, running south west along this scenic inlet, connected to the Firth of Lorne by a narrow channel. The tiny settlement of Kinlochspelve sits on the neck of land between Loch Spelve and the freshwater Loch Uisg, and this is where the Croggan Road turns off to run along the south shore of Loch Spelve.
The C54, meanwhile, continues west along the north shore of Loch Uisg, passing through woodland before emerging at Lochbuie. The big house and ruined castle are reached via a private drive, while the C54 curves around the side of the grounds to reach a parking area at the beach. A track continues along the coast to Carsaig, and paths also run back to the castle, and inland into the hills.