Travelling to the cottages
We may be remote, but we’re still accessible by boat, bus, train and car.
Board the ferry
Corran Ferries run crossings from Onich near Fort William to Ardnamurchan every day and Caledonian MacBrayne ferries connect Ardnamurchan with the Isle of Mull. You don’t need to book in advance, but keep in mind that there is no night service, so make sure you arrange to travel before the sun sets.
You can sign up for service status text alerts, download the Caledonian Ferries service status app or keep up to date with availability and timetable information on the Calmac website. www.calmac.co.uk/service-status
Get behind the wheel
The A82 can be accessed from Glasgow and Stirling to the south or from Fort William and Inverness from the north. Be careful as you get closer to the cottages, the more rural roads around Ardnamurchan are often single track. But you can always pull over and breathe in the local scenery if you want a break from driving.
Catch the train or bus
Trains and buses run regularly from Fort William to Ardnamurchan. The local Citylink bus service provides national routes as well as local public transport and Scotrail offers plenty of trains for England, even sleeper services on some trains from London.