located on the West coast of Scotland at Morar, West of Fort William.
The full postal address is GlenanCross House, Glenancross Road,
Inverness-shire PH40 4PD
The starting point to Glenancross is
Fort William, at the head of Loch Linnhe, which is on the A82. This can be
approached from the South either via Glasgow and Loch Lomond to Crianlarich and
then to Fort William, or by heading for Stirling on the M9 and turning off at
Junction 10 to Doune, Callander, Crianlarich and Fort William. From the A82
north of Fort William take the A830 to Mallaig, stay on the A830 to Arisaig.
From Arisaig there are two options:
(1) The quicker of the two options. Take the new
road (A830) from Arisaig to Mallaig. Travel along this road for about 5 miles
until the Morar turn-off. Just before the Morar turn off, on your left is a
small exit signposted Camusdarach and Tougal. Follow this road for about 1.5
miles until you reach GlenanCross SelfCatering on your left, just after the Camusdarach
(2) The second route, the
more scenic route, follows the old road (A8008) from Arisaig, along the stunning
coastline. Turn off the new road and proceed through Arisaig, continue on the
old road for a few miles, go past the Traigh golf course on your right and
GlenanCross GuestHouse is a further 1.5 miles on the right hand side clearly
recognisable by the farm buildings in a dip. If you come to the car park for
Camusdarach beach you have come just too far and the house is just behind you.
GlenanCross SelfCatering is approximately
3 hours from Glasgow and 3.5 hours from Edinburgh by car.
to view Google Maps.
to view the timetable) there is a direct route from Glasgow
Queen Street to Morar Station. This train journey (The West
Highland Line) is one of the most spectacular in the world and you can even come
by steam train from Fort William to Mallaig (Click
to view the timetable) on The Jacobite
and travel as Harry Potter did in the movies on the Hogwarts Express!
Getting to GlenanCross
GlenanCross House is 2
miles from the nearest train station at Morar. For those guests without cars,
please note public transport and the taxi services are limited. The guesthouse
is situated equidistant from Mallaig in one direction (4 miles) and Arisaig in
the opposite direction (4 miles). We are 10 minutes from the ferry port at
Mallaig by car. There is a local taxi available (Mary Morrison 01687 462885).
- 7 Day lets from £595 (low season) to £980 (high
season) (Sleeping a maximum of 8)
- All of January (outwith New Year holidays) and
- March and April (outwith Easter Holidays) £630
(Easter week: £875)
- All of May £875
- 01 June to 01 November (outwith Sept weekend) £980
- October £695
Cross Bothy and Cross Cottage
(sleeping two to four)
- 7 day lets from £455 (low season) to £560 per week
(high season) (Sleeping a maximum of 4)
- February, March £455 (also three day lets at £195
are available, so get in touch!).
- April £490
- Easter 7 day let £570
- May and June £525
- July and August £560
- September £525 and October £490
When available, Cross
House also offers Room Only/Self-Catering from £55 for a double room with
private facilities or from £65 for either a double room with en-suite facilities
or a twin room with en-suite facilities. This allows access to all the amenities
of Cross House, including use of the large kitchen, AGA and conventional cooker,
fridges and storing areas, dining area, sitting room (for up to ten) and access
to extensive gardens.
To book Cross House
To book Cross Cottage
To book Cross Bothy
To book Room Only at Cross House
Telephone: 01687 450634