How to find us

Inchree is situated 8 miles south of Fort William and 7 miles north of Glencoe, at the north end of Onich village, 200 metres off the A82 main road, in the hamlet of Inchree.

Location co-ordinates for your sat-nav device are:

Latitude: 56.72827    /    Longitude: -5.22214

Local directions, if driving from the south:

3 miles north of Glencoe, on the A82, you cross a large green bridge over Loch Linnhe. (Ballachulish Bridge.) 1 mile further on, you’ll enter Onich village and a 40 mph zone – drive straight through the village, coming out of the 40mph zone. Continue through a few bends until the road straightens and goes over a flat bridge.

Immediately over the bridge is the turning to Inchree on the right. (Look out for the brown Inchree sign and our sign, both on the left.) Drive up the lane for 200 metres, past some houses. The lane bends to the right, and our entrance is on this bend, straight in front of you. (There is a large orange & black sign for our place)

From the site entrance, drive straight ahead, up into the main car-park for the pub-restaurant. Our accommodation reception for check-in and enquiries is at the bar counter in the pub.

When driving from the south, if you reach Corran Ferry, (A car ferry that crosses Loch Linnhe, will be on your left.) you’ve gone too far northwards. Turn around and drive back approx. 1 km to the Inchree turn-off, on the left.

Deer on the A82 trunk road – Please note, deer on the A82 can be a hazard anywhere, but particularly so between Tyndrum and Glencoe. During darkness and in the winter months, they descend off the hill-sides and can gather by the roadside in large numbers. We recommend exercising caution with your speed if driving this stretch over these periods.

Local directions, if driving from the north:

Leave Fort William and go south on the A82 towards Onich. After 8 miles you will see the turning to Corran Ferry on the right. Carry straight on for 1 km through a few bends until the road straightens. At the end of the straight is the Inchree turn-off, on the left.

Drive up the lane for 200 metres, past some houses. The lane bends to the right, and our entrance is on this bend, straight in front of you. (There is a large orange & black sign for our place)

From the site entrance, drive straight ahead, up into the main car-park for the pub-restaurant. Our accommodation reception for check-in and enquiries is at the bar counter in the pub.

By Bus / Coach:

Inchree is a 2 minute walk from the nearest Citylink bus-stop.  Tell the driver to let you off at Corran Ferry. (Not “in Onich.” Otherwise you’ll probably be dropped off at the main stop in Onich village – at the village shop, which is a 1.5 mile walk south of us.

The 2 bus / coach services that pass Inchree are:

  • Stagecoach operating locally. (Go to page 15 for Fort William / Onich details.) or:
  • Citylink  operating between the main towns / cities in Scotland. Connections from Inverness, Oban, Edinburgh, Glasgow & Isle of Skye all pass Inchree.

From the Corran Ferry stop, walk south (back towards Onich) on the pavement for 100 metres, until you get to a left-curving bend on the A82.  On the other side you’ll see red-coloured pine buildings, which are our rooms accommodation and pub. Cross the road on the bend, (Being careful as it’s a tight bend) and walk briefly along a track, where you’ll come to our place.

By Rail:

The nearest rail terminal is in Fort William, part of the Glasgow-Mallaig line. There are several connections per day to and from Glasgow Queen Street Station. Rail timetable information from National Rail or Scotrail.

From Fort William, you can get to Inchree by:

  • Bus – see above for details. Or if there isn’t one handy;
  • Taxi  – about £12 from Fort William.

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