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"Good Points: Cheerful and helpful staff, excellent food. Bad Points: Public/Reception toilets(mens) were dirty and quite obviously not checked for several days, poor view/position of allocated room in a hotel with ..." More

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Morar is a small village on the west-coast in the Highlands of Scotland, situated on the ‘Road to the Isles’ between Fort William and Mallaig. Morar lies near the west-end of the famous Loch Morar, the deepest freshwater Loch in Europe, stretching 12 miles long, one mile wide and approximately 1000ft deep, it is said to be inhabited by ‘Morag’ a water-kelpie similar to the Loch Ness monster. Morar is well-known for its beautiful ‘Silver Sands’ beaches, used as a location for the film ‘Local Hero’. The village is set on a wooded hillside on the picturesque shore of the Atlantic Ocean with wild mountains and coastal scenery; it is a popular resort with a hotel, shops and amenities, Traigh Golf Course and places to stay around the area. Morar is served by the West Highland Railway with a station in the village, the Jacobean Steam train, featured in the Harry Potter films, runs round trips from Fort William to Mallaig. The ferry at Mallaig operates a service to the Isle of Skye, the Knoydart peninsula, and the Small Isles of Eigg, Rum, Muck and Canna. There are boat-tours and driving-tours for wildlife-spotting, sightseeing and island hopping. The Mallaig and Morar Highland Games are held each August.

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Lady Lovat Primary School

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Glenancross Farmhouse (0.82 miles)

Glenancross Farmhouse

With the stunning Camusdarach Beach a short walk away Glenancross Farm is an ideal base for your holiday. Only 4 miles equidistant from Arisaig and Mallaig, you are well served by a variety of restaurants and other ... More | visit website

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Arisaig Hotel (4.09 miles)

Arisaig Hotel

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The hotel dates back to the Jacobite era, and was originally built as a Coaching Inn around 1720. It is situated in the village looking across Arisaig Bay towards the ... More

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Cammard Cottage (6.75 miles)

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Enjoying a glorious location just north of the Point of Sleat, this charming, traditional cottage stands within 100 acres of wooded valley, affording views across the 'sound ... More

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Toravaig House Hotel & Restaurant (10.12 miles)

Toravaig House Hotel & Restaurant
Welcome to Toravaig House Hotel and Restaurant on the beautiful Scottish Isle of Skye, the ultimate romantic retreat on Scotland’s own ‘paradise island’. Toravaig is a stylish, contemporary country house hotel situated in Sleat, the ... More | visit website
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Hotel Eilean Iarmain (12.32 miles)

Hotel Eilean Iarmain
This traditional hotel, in an idyllic setting, with spectacular views across the sound of Sleat to the Knoydart Hills, retains its old world charm giving each guest a truly genuine highland welcome from the moment ... More | visit website
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Duisdale Country House Hotel (13.09 miles)

Duisdale Country House Hotel

Surrounded by extensive gardens and the historic Duisdale Forest, Duisdale House Hotel stands on a hillside on the beautiful Isle of Skye, with panoramic views across the Sound of Sleat.

The striking modern decor in this ... More | visit website

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Kinloch Lodge (14.33 miles)

Kinloch Lodge
Kinloch dates back to the early 1600s and is very much the home of Lord and Lady Macdonald. Two comfortable drawing rooms, with log fires, enjoy the most spectacular views. As Kinloch was not built ... More | visit website
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Prince's House Hotel (15.53 miles)

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Please note this is a NON-SMOKING hotel
Delightful hotel dating back to 1658, set in magnificent scenery on The Road to the Isles. Fully modernised and refurbished to a high standard. ... More

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Rockpool House (18.78 miles)

Rockpool House
Idyllically situated a stones throw from high tide, on the very beautiful sea loch, Loch Sunart. Amazing sea and mountain scenery in all directions. Lots to sight see and many outdoor activities available locally.
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Dunollie Hotel (19.04 miles)

Dunollie Hotel

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The Dunollie Hotel has magnificent views across the sea to Loch Kishorn and the Applecross Hills.

The bright, airy restaurant has an excellent reputation locally, and looks out across the water where ... More

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