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Getting Here

Ardgour, (height of the goats) has always been a travelling experience worth making.

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Ardgour is situated 8 miles south of Fort William, our nearest large population centre and Outdoor Capital of the UK.

What makes us special is that we are just across the Corran Ferry, a journey which takes three minutes but leaves the rest of the world feeling a lifetime away. Coming to stay? Photographic directions here.

 

How to find us

By Car

From Glasgow
  • A82 – Loch Lomond
  • Then stay on the A82, following signs for Fort William
  • Continue through Glencoe and across the Ballachulish Bridge
  • Once through the village of Onich look out for signs to Corran Ferry
  • It will be on your left approximately 3 miles after the village.
  • Journey Time: 2- 2.5 hrs
From Edinburgh
  • Follow signs for Airport, after airport onto M9 Stirling
  • Exit M9 at junction 10 onto the A84, through Callander
  • Continue A84
  • At Lochearnhead, bear left onto A85
  • At Crianlariach start to follow signs for Fort William
  • Then stay on the A82, following signs for Fort William
  • continue through Glencoe and across the Ballachulish Bridge
  • Once through the village of Onich look out for signs to Corran Ferry
  • It will be on your left approximately 3 miles after the village.
  • Journey Time: 3-3.5 hrs
From Inverness
  • Follow signs to Fort William A82
  • Through Fort William, follow signs to Corran Ferry
  • Ferry will be on your right hand side after 8 miles.
By Bus

Regular bus services by citylink from Glasgow, Inverness and Skye, please visit citylink website : www.citylink.co.uk

By Rail

Trains from Glasgow to Fort William, sleeper services from London to Fort William: www.nationalrail.co.uk