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Where We Are

 
Port Appin, Appin, PA38 4DF
 
Port Appin is a small hamlet located on the southern shore of Loch Linnhe. The centre of Port Appin has one shop, a general store, and that is it! Otherwise it consists of private residences scattered along a single track road leading to the little pier where a small passenger ferry links to Lismore Island. Access to Port Appin is from the A828 coastal road which links Oban and Fort William.
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Means Of Transport
 
ByLine / Type / LocationExit / Stop / Distance
Airports Edinburgh Airport EDI210 km
Glasgow Airport GLA165 km
Inverness Airport INV200 km

Motorways M9Junction 10, Stirling
A82Ballachulish
A85Crianlarich

Train Station Glasgow Central Station180 km
Glasgow Queen Street Station180 km
Oban Railway Station34 km

Scottish Citylink Glasgow - ObanConnel
Fort William - ObanFort William

Ferry Boat Caledonian MacBrayne FerriesOban

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How To Reach Us
 
By air
The nearest international airport is Glasgow which is 2 hours 15 minutes drive south from the hotel (100 miles).
Alternatively, Edinburgh International Airport is 2 hours 30 minutes south east from the hotel (130 miles) and Prestwick International Airport is about 3 hours south of the hotel.
For those able to fly privately, Connel airport is a 25 minute drive south from the hotel. The hotel also accepts helicopters which can land in our garden.

By rail
The nearest train stations are Oban and Fort William which are 35 and 45 minutes drive from the hotel respectively. Avis car rental operate has a depot in Oban.

By road
From Glasgow take the M8 north and take the exit for Erskine Bridge. As soon as you cross the bridge take the left fork for the A82 to Dumbarton. Once on this dual carriageway, follow the road for many miles. Half way along Loch Lomond you arrive in Tarbet where you need to turn right (although this is still the A82) and continue along the shore of Loch Lomond. This windy section of road continues for several miles. Once past Loch Lomond
the road widens and after several miles you reach Crianlarich. Here you turn left at the T-junction and continue for several miles (still the A82) until you arrive in Tyndrum. The other side of Tyndrum, keep to the right (A82) signposted to Fort William. Once through the spectacular Glencoe the road pases through Glencoe Village and on to a small roundabout where you turn right for Oban (A828). This passes under the bridge and heads south along the southern shore of Loch Linnhe. After about 20 minutes you see the village sign announcing Appin and after a further 5 minutes you come to a right turning signposted Port Appin and Lismore Ferry. The hotel is two and a half miles along this single track road on the left hand side.

Directions from Edinburgh
Take the M9 north west out of Edinburgh. Stay on this motorway for many miles until you come to junction 10. Here you turn left on to the A84 and continue on this road passing through Callander and Lochearnhead where the road becomes the A85. Continue along this road for several miles and you arrive in Crianlarich. Continue straight through Crianlarich where the road becomes the A82 and you will be heading for Tyndrum. The other side of Tyndrum, keep to the right (A82) signposted to Fort William. Once through the spectacular Glencoe the road pases through Glencoe Village and on to a small roundabout where you turn right for Oban (A828). This passes under the bridge and heads south along the southern shore of Loch Linnhe. After about 20 minutes you see the village sign announcing Appin and after a further 5 minutes you come to a right turning signposted Port Appin and Lismore Ferry. The hotel is two and a half miles along this single track road on the left hand side.