Sandholm Morar is situated on the spectacular West coast of the Scottish Highlands
How to get here
The scenery on the road to Morar – the beautiful Road to the Isles – makes the journey a pleasure with a wonderful views to enjoy the ever changing vista. Morar is well signposted with access via the A830 (The Road to the Isles). Take the 2nd turnoff signposted Morar. The road passes a school on the left and a garage on the right. Sandholm is halfway up the hill on the left and is signposted at the road.
The wonderful West Highland Line from Glasgow to Fort William & Mallaig is not only the most scenic train route in Britain, but was awarded the Wanderlust Travel Awards 2009, for the best railway journey in the world.
There is a regular service from Glasgow Queen Street along the famous West Highland Line. There is also a sleeper service, which terminates at Fort William, where passengers can join a service train to Morar or take the Jacobite to Mallaig. Sandholm is only a short walk from Morar Station, but please let us know if you would like us to meet you at the station.
Timetable details are available on the Scotrail website
You can travel by air to Glasgow, Inverness or Edinburgh Airports from where you can hire a car. However, if you intend to continue your journey by rail, it is more convenient to fly to Glasgow or Edinburgh.
If you are coming to Mallaig from the Isle of Skye then you need to board the ferry at Armadale. This service is operated by Caledonian MacBrayne. Their website contains full details of timetables, prices, etc.