When visiting the magnificent Morar, you would want to explore the area as much as possible. After all, the Highlands is known for its outdoor lifestyle. To soak up the most of it, here are some useful links:
Take the train to the small but perfectly formed Morar Station (right opposite the hotel) direct from Glasgow Queen Street or Fort William Station. A regular all year round service is provided by First ScotRail. During the summer months, from Monday to Friday, the Jacobite Steam Train runs between Fort William and Mallaig. For the train timetables, click below:
One of the most visited attraction for our guests at Morar is the Isle of Skype. You can now access Skye by the Commercial Ferry Service operated from Mallaig Harbour, which is only 5 mins drive from our hotel. Please click here to visit Calmac (Caledonian MacBrayne) who operate the service. You can take your own vehicle on-board the ferry if you wish to do so. We highly recommend you pre-purchase your travel online and also check the weather/sail updated before your departure.
If you are looking for a personalised travel experience that is guaranteed to be a memorable one, then we recommend our local partner Minch Adventures. You can check their TripAdvisor rating to see why we recommend them. Minch offers a door to door service from our hotel and offer a number of “experiences” from group sizes from 2 to 10. Click here to learn more.
The breathtaking sceneries nestled with sea, loch and hills can really be absorbed through a series of wonderful walks around the local area. Here are some useful links and documents to aid you as you explore the area:
The Highlands attracts many local and foreign cycling enthusiasts. You can find the terrain to suit your riding preference from pure road routes to some seriously challenging off-road tracks.