Travel to Corran Lighthouse Lodge

Although remote and idyllic, it is easy to get to Corran Lighthouse Lodge by car, train or bus from central Scotland within two to three hours travelling time. For lots of useful information on public transport in Lochaber , visit the Lochaber Transport website.  Find the Corran Ferry timetable here>.  For the Google Map to Corran Ferry Lighthouse click here>

By Car

If you are travelling north from the south west on the M6:

  • Continue onto the M74.and leave at junction 4, joining the M73 (signposted Glasgow).
  • At junction 2 branch left to join the M8. Leave the M8 at junction 30, and join the M898 (signposted Erskine Bridge).
  • After entering Clydebank, branch left merging onto Great Western Road - signposted A82.
  • Stay on the A82 (approximately 80 miles), two miles after the Ballachulish Bridge, turn left onto the A861 (signposted Corran Ferry).
  • Take the ferry across to Ardgour (the last ferry to Ardgour is 21.30). After leaving the ferry, turn left and the Lighthouse can be seen from the road.

If you are travelling from Edinburgh:

  • Take the M9 to Stirling and leave at junction 10, signposted Callendar and A84.
  • At Crianlarich join the A82 until North Ballachulish, here turn left onto the A861 (signposted Corran Ferry).
  • Take the ferry across to Ardgour (the last ferry to Ardgour is 21.30).
  • After leaving the ferry, turn left and the Lighthouse can be seen from the road. The Corran Ferry timetable can be found at: www.lochabertransport.org.uk

By Bus

National Express runs a service between Glasgow and Fort William. There is a bus stop at Corran on the A82. Check with National Express for timetables.

By Train

Scotrail runs a service between Glasgow and Fort William. From here you can hire a car or book a taxi to take you to the Corran Ferry. The Corran Lighthouse Lodge is a 2 minute walk from the Corran Ferry.

 

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