Contact Us

Arisaig Marine Ltd
The Harbour
Arisaig
Inverness-shire
PH39 4NH

Tel: 01687450224
e-mail: info@arisaig.co.uk

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Getting Here

The village of Arisaig has excellent local facilities and is easily accessible by road, rail & sea. The drive from Fort William takes under an hour along the scenic “Road to the Isles”, or Sheil Buses provide a regular bus service. Arisaig is home to the most westerly train station on mainland Britain, on the famous West Highland Line, and this is regularly used by our resident berth holders and is ideal for crew changes.

Local Facilities

There is a good choice of accommodation and places to dine just a short walk from the Harbour.

The Arisaig Hotel, as well as providing accommodation also offers tasty Bar & Dinning Room Meals and “The Crofters” bar serves local ales and a wide selection of wines & spirits. Check their website for Music nights & other events. Tel: 01687450210

The Rhu CafĂ© is a very popular stop for breakfast and provides freshly prepared meals available through out the day. – (Tel: 01687 450707)

The Old Library Lodge & Restaurant serve delicious lunches & evening meals featuring local produce & cooked to the highest standards. Booking advisable. accommodation also available. – Tel: 01687 450651

Arisaig House offers freshly prepared evening meals utilising their own seasonal garden produce and local specialities including lobster, scallops, local fresh salmon, smoked salmon & oysters. Booking essential. Luxury B & B accommodation also available. – (Tel: 01687 450730)

Eshaness (Self Catering) is situated in its own grounds and is available for holiday lets all year round. It commands the finest views of Arisaig Bay and the Islands of Eigg and Rum is located within walking distance of Arisaig Shop, train station bus stop, local hotels and Arisaig Marina.- (Tel: 01687 450710)

There is a host of Self Catering, B&Bs and camp site available in the village and surrounding area. For a full list of these and links to the local train and bus time tables visit the “Road to the Isles” website.