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This is Gaelic for one hundred thousand welcomes, which describes the warmth of the welcome that any visitor to the highlands can expect...and nowhere.

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1 This is Gaelic for one hundred thousand welcomes, which describes the warmth of the welcome that any visitor to the highlands can expect...and nowhere more so than at The Inn at Ardgour.

2 The Inn is ideally located for walking, fishing and touring the West Highlands. Even the Hebridean islands of Mull, Iona and Skye are close enough for a relaxing day trip. Good company can be found in our bars where fine beer and an extensive choice of malt whisky can be enjoyed But be careful, as our drams come in 35ml measures. We have ten excellent en-suite bedrooms, five on the ground floor, every one of them with spectacular views over Loch Linnhe The view from the rooms at the Inn.

3 Ardgour is situated at the Corran Narrows on the eastern side of the Ardnamurchan Penninsular. The Corran Narrows is the part of Loch Linnhe that shrinks to approx 200 yards. Here the ferry has plied to and fro for some hundreds of years, from just a row-boat to today’s modern, passenger / vehicle ferry. The ferry was upgraded to transport vehicles in 1935, this meant that the time-consuming but delightful journey round the loch was cut to just a simple crossing. On crossing the water, you enter into the beautiful but sparsely populated districts of Ardgour, Morvern, and Ardnamurchan :- a very remote area which was relatively unknown and inaccessible to the traveller during the 1800's but now a very popular holiday destination...

4 HOMEPAGE SPECIAL OFFERS HISTORY ACCOMODATION RELATED LINKS GALLERY CONTACT US directions When coming from the south, take the A82 trunk road out of Glasgow through Dumbarton, up past Loch Lomond, across Rannoch Moor and then on through Glencoe...the A82 leads up to Fort William. Two miles after the village of Onich, take the short road branching off to the left signed the Corran Ferry. visit website The Inn at Ardgour Ardgour, Fort William Inverness-shire PH33 7AA Tel: Fax: Please feel free to forward this e-brochure on to family & friends contact


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