Where We Are

WHERE WE AREThe Inn is easy to find, located at the top of the slipway to the Corran Ferry on the shore of Loch Linnhe.DIRECTIONS FROM THE SOUTHIf coming from the south, take the A82 trunk road out of Glasgow, through Dumbarton, up past Loch Lomond and through Glen Coe. Leaving Glen Coe the A82 leads up towards Fort William. 2 miles after the village of Onich, a short road to the left branches off to the Corran Ferry slipway.A few minutes ferry crossing across Loch Linnhe takes you to the door of the Ardgour Inn. The ferry ploughs to and fro across the narrows every half hour, 0630 hours until 2130 hours Monday to Saturday and from 0830 hours until 2130 hours on Sundays. Please note that the ferry does not run on December 25th, December 26th, January 1st and January 2nd.DIRECTIONS FROM THE NORTHTake the main A82 through Fort William, approx 8 miles south you will see the signs for the ferry to Strontian A861 road. Turn right onto the Ferry Waiting Area. Take the short ferry crossing and The Inn is at the top of the slip way.WHEN THE FERRY IS NOT RUNNINGYou will be on the A82 road. At the north side of Fort William take the A830 road to Mallaig. When on the A830 look for the sign to Strontian A861 (approximately 7 miles after you join the A830). Take this road and follow it round the loch side until you come to Ardgour, The Inn is situated near to the ferry slip way and should be on your right hand side. The A861 is a single track road with passing places- drive with care.


The Inn at Ardgour
Fort William
PH33 7AA

01855 841225
Fax: 01855 841214

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