Loch Morar Self Catering
Loch Morar Self Catering

Local Area & Things to Do

Knoydart Peninsular

 

The perfect day out………..

Travel from Mallaig to Inverie on the Western Isles leaving Mallaig at 10.15am. Have a wander around Inverie then rejoin the Western Isles at 3pm from Inverie for a cruise up Loch Nevis to Tarbet arriving back in Mallaig at about 5pm. The Western Isles has a bar and toilet onboard.

 

If you want to spend more time on Knoydart, the Western Isles calls back at Inverie at 4.15pm before arriving back in Mallaig at about 5pm. Or book the last boat back at around 6.30pm.

 

For the more energetic, walk from Bracara  through 6.5 miles of remote and rugged scenery along the north shore of Loch Morar to Tarbet on Loch Nevis. The Western Isles will pick you up at Tarbet at 3.30pm and cruise back to Mallaig for 5pm.

 

Alternatively, stop off at Inverie for a pint on the way back at The Old Forge, mainland Britains remotest pub ( arr inverie 4.15pm) and catch the 6.30pm boat back to Mallaig (please book this ferry in advance) The Old Forge is closed during the winter months and closed Wednesday during the season, it's wise to check ahead to avoid disappointment.

 

If you just fancy a walk, catch the 2.15pm boat from Mallaig, get off at Tarbet at 3.30pm and walk back to Bracara along the lochside.

 

We can often provide a lift to or from Mallaig by arrangement.

 

THE OLD FORGE   

www.theoldforge.co.uk             Tel: 01687 462267

Please contact The Old Forge in advance to avoid disappointment, closed on Wednesdays during the season.

 

WESTERN ISLES CRUISES

www.knoydartferry.co.uk         Tel: 01687 462233

 

Morar

Visit the famous silver sands of Morar just two miles away at the coast or stroll along Camusdarach beach as featured in the film Local Hero, we have gorgeous white beaches a plenty. 

 

Small Isles

Visit one of the Small Isles: Eigg, Rum, Canna or Muck. Small Isles ferries run from both Mallaig and Arisaig during the summer months each island has it's own unique character and history making each one worth the trip.

 

Local Activities

Wildlife Cruises & Rib Experience - Western Isles Sea Cruises offer daily wildlife cruises and remote drop offs. www.westernislescruises.co.uk/rib-experience/

Archery-Every fancied trying your hand at Archery? Give it a go at Arisaig Archery www.arisaigarchery.co.uk

Sea kayaking - for all abilities is available at Arisaig Sea Kayak Centre www.arisaigseakayakcentre.co.uk

Bike Hire - available locally at West Coast Cycles www.westcoastcyclehire.co.uk

Golf - There is a 9 hole golf course at Traigh on the coast near Arisaig. www.traighgolf.co.uk

Fishing & Boat Hire - is available by permit on Loch Morar visit www.lochmorar.org.uk for details.

Swimming Pool- There is a 20 x 10 m swimming pool, sauna, spa and gym at Mallaig www.mallaigswimmingpool.co.uk

 

Further afield

Take a day trip over the sea to Skye and enjoy the Cullins at close quarters or stop off for a dram at the Talisker Distillery. The Ardnamurchan peninsular is a stones throw away, the British Isles most westerly point or climb Ben Nevis the UK’s highest mountain. Visit the viaduct at Glenfinnan famously featured in Harry Potter.

 

Morar 2 miles, Mallaig 5 miles, Arisaig 6 miles, Fort William 45 miles.

 

 

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