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Part of the fun is getting here...

By Car

Take the A830 “Road to the Isles” from Fort William. Best to allow yourself 1 to 1½ hours from Fort William to Mallaig. 3½ to 4 hours if traveling from Glasgow to Fort William the same from Edinburgh to Fort William or 2 to 2½ hours from Inverness to Fort William. Harry Potter fans will be delighted by the viaduct bridge made famous on the Hogwarts Express/flying car chase is Just after the Glenfinnan monument. You’ll also pass the white sands of Morar, made famous as the beach locations for Local hero with Burt Lancaster. Breaking the Waves was filmed at the tiny church on the roadside after the Lochailort road section.  Allow time to take your snaps!

By Rail -

All trains to Fort William and Mallaig go via Glasgow Queen Street train station. If travelling from London why not try the overnight sleeper to Fort William, here you can pick up a connection to Mallaig

Steam Train “The Jacobite”-

In the Summer months, travel back in time on the Steam Train Jacobite. Cross the famous viaduct just like that famous little wizard on his way to Hogwarts!

By Bus -

Check out the bus connections  There are no train connection from Inverness or Aberdeen i.e east coast Scotland through direct to Mallaig, but excellent bus connections.

By Local Mallaig Ferry -

Western Isles Cruises”. Daily sailings (Mon- Sun in spring & summer) 7:30am, 10:15am,  2:15pm and 6pm Mallaig departures. Winter sailings need to be confirmed.

Private water taxi or any bookings can be chartered any time, for individual or large groups +44(0)1687 462233 ask Virginia, Dana or Nathalie.

Walking In

What better way to reach us than by walking from Glenfinnan Viaduct (usually 2 days walk, one night mid distance in Sourlies Bothy) in via Glendessary, Glen Meadall or Kinlochhourn. This is sure to a put a spring in your step and colour in your cheeks. Post on your gear in advance if you fancy the lure of a hot shower, clean change of socks and a pint of cask conditioned real ale to accompany a juicy steak or fresh seafood platter at The Old Forge, Remotest Pub on Mainland Britain.

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