Accommodation | Hotel, B&B, Eating Out
Arisaig House offers luxury B&B accommodation in 8 generously sized, twin/double en-suite bedrooms including 3 suites.
Open all year. Online booking.
Morning room and bar
Dining room with sharing table and intimate dining
Tennis court, croquet lawn, billiard and games room
Evening meals (booking essential)
Children and dogs welcome
Exclusive use of the house is available (contact us for details).
In keeping with the character of the place, the public rooms are on a grand scale, with fine panelling in various hardwoods, family portraits and other interesting pictures including a collection by Jemima Blackburn, a well-respected and local Victorian artist. The oak staircase in the Hall is a special feature and oak floors throughout create a connecting theme; two rooms can be opened up to form a huge gathering area for dancing and entertaining. The Morning Room and the Bar (looking out on the Rose Garden) have quiet corners for reading and contemplation; alternatively puzzles, games or the music system.
Arisaig House is ideally situated for touring the Highlands and Islands. The fishing port of Mallaig 10 miles distant, by way of Morar, famous for its white sand beaches, provides the gateway to Skye and the Outer Hebrides. From Arisaig itself, boats may be taken daily to the attractive Small Isles of Eigg, Muck and Rum.
For those who wish to travel by rail from the south, there is a good service from London via Glasgow and Fort William on the West Highland line, including a nightly sleeper service. Beasdale, the local train station, just one mile away, was built for Arisaig House and is a request stop! Subject to prior arrangement, this is where guests arriving by rail are met.
Arisaig House is 32 miles from Fort William on the A830 road to Mallaig. Approx. 1.2 miles from Beasdale train station turn left into junction signposted 'Arisaig House and Cottages'.
Tel: 01687 450730
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