Glenfinnan Railway Station
Glenfinnan Station Museum is a restored West Highland Line railway station on the 'Iron Road' to the Isles from Fort William to Mallaig.
Just outside Mallaig, this modern bungalow sleeps 6 with panoramic views of the Cuillin hills of Skye and Loch Nevis. It overlooks a quiet beach where otters and seals are frequently seen.
Fair Winds B&B
A small family home overlooking the River Morar estuary and the beautiful Silver Sands of Morar.
Rhu Ach Mhor
Morar / Arisaig
Rhu Ach Mhor cottage is 200 metres off the road up a sandy track, at the end of Camusdarach Beach. Sleeps 5 in 3 bedrooms.
Cross Cottage is a cosy traditional self-catering property contained at Glenancross GuestHouse in the Glenancross farmhouse complex. It is only a short distance from the famed Camusdarach beach and situated in an idyllic coastal area on the coastal road near Arisaig, Morar and Mallaig, where guests can get a ferry to Skye and the small Isles.
Prince's House Hotel
The Prince’s House Hotel, a privately owned and run characterful small hotel set amidst the stunning scenery of 'Bonnie Prince Charlie' country in the Highlands of Scotland
Sunset Thai Food
For more than ten years, Sunset has been providing authentic Thai cuisine in the heart of the beautiful Western Highlands. From the peaceful and idyllic village of Morar, overlooking the famous silver sands, our food finds its way into the hearts of locals and tourists alike.
Ceithir Raithean Self Catering, a striking wooden house of spacious dimensions, tastefully designed using much natural material, maximising on light and space.
Morar / Arisaig
Rasger Lodge is an individually designed lodge style house sleeping up to 8. Located at Glenancross between Arisaig & Morar (approximately 48 miles from Fort William).
Kilmartin Guest House
3 Star Bed & Breakfast with 3 rooms, views of the sea and islands. Near Arisaig.
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