is the Gaelic for one hundred thousand welcomes, which describes
the warmth of the welcome that any visitor to the Highlands can
expect, and no where more so than Ardgour. The original ROAD TO
THE ISLES was over the Corran Narrows and At the top of the ferry
slipway on the Ardnamurchan side of Loch Linnhe lies the old Inn
at Ardgour. Hospitality has been offered here to travellers for
hundreds of years and although the building has recently been
modernised the traditional Highland welcome is still the same.
centuries, travellers have enjoyed the famous West Highland Welcome
at this family-run inn at the entrance to the Great Glen. After
massive refurbishment, the ten bright modern en-suite
bedrooms all enjoy spectacular sea views.
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 day trips. You can read further about
in our on-line Booking & Other Enquiries
form and let us contact you.