From Fort William
Take the A82 signposted to Inverness and follow it all the way to Fort Augustus. We are the second house on the left after you pass the second Fort Augustus village sign.
It is approxixmately 31 miles and takes about 40 minutes.
Take the A82 signposted to Fort William and follow it all the way to Fort Augustus. Drive through the village of Fort Augustus and we are half a mile from the centre on the right hand side of the road.
It is approximately 33 miles and takes about 45 minutes.
There are 2 airports at Glasgow, Glasgow Prestwick International is about 32 miles from Glasgow town centre and Glasgow International is 8 miles from the centre.
Glasgow International is about 3 hours from Fort Augustus. The road takes you past Loch Lomond and through Glencoe and Fort William - the scenery is stunning.
Again a 3 hour drive from Fort Augustus. The A9 road takes you through Perth and Pitlochry (you could stop off and see the salmon leap) or you can take a diversion to visit Stirling as well.
Just one hour away from us and you can catch a bus into Inverness to connect to our local bus service. (Airlines flying into Inverness are Flybe, Easyjet and Britisih Airways).
Probably the most popular way of seeing Scotland is to fly to one of the local airports and hire a car.
Our closest railway stations are Fort William and Inverness, there is a sleeper car that travels from London overnight to Inverness and sometimes you can get a really good price.
Buses (number 919)
We are on the main bus route from Fort William to Inverness with a very good service. You can even catch a bus to the Isle of Skye. There is a bus stop outside our house making it very convenient. In summer the buses are very busy so it is always advisable to book in advance, you also pay much less than buying a ticket on the day.
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