Altdarroch Farm self catering cottages are located 10 miles west from Fort William on the famous Road to the Isles. They are ideally situated for touring the Highlands, walking, climbing, fishing, skiing, golfing and a whole host of other activities.
The ski centre at Nevis Range is approximately fifteen miles away, and the famous monument to Bonnie Prince Charlie at Glenfinnan a mere seven miles away in the opposite direction.
Further along the Road to the Isles the fishing village of Mallaig is a drive of about one hour away, while before reaching Mallaig you will come to the Silver Sands of Morar, beaches which are second to none in Scotland, or indeed the whole of Britain.
The village of Morar overlooks the sands, and is well worth a short detour off the main road for a visit. Carry on to Mallaig, and if you are looking for somewhere to eat, try the West Highland Hotel, which overlooks the harbour across to Skye.
Coming from the south, to reach Altdarroch Farm, head to Fort William via the A82. Then take the A830 out from Fort William for approximately 10 miles. Altdarroch farm self catering is signposted and situated up a small hill on right hand side of the road. Coming from the directions of Mallaig along the A830, Altdarroch is reached six miles on from Glenfinnan.
The roads to Fort William are a pleasure to drive on, with wonderful views. Fort William is well signposted with access via the A82. Once Fort William is reached, head west along the A830 for 10 miles to reach Altdarroch Farm self catering. For information about bus travel from Glasgow and Edinburgh and in the Highlands, visit the Citylink website.
Scotrail runs a regular service from Glasgow Queen Street along the famous West Highland line. Locheilside, one of the stations on the line, is approximately one mile from Altdarroch farm. A overnight sleeper service also runs from London to Fort William. For details of train times, visit the Scotrail website. Car hire is readily available in Fort William.