News from Carinbrook and the Lochaber area.

Autumn availability

If you are looking for accommodation in October please contact us by phone or e mail rather than Internet booking. This is becaus

Covid-19 after lockdown

We re-opened after the Covid lockdown on the 15th of July. We are certified by Visit Scotland as “Good To Go” You can

Glenfinnan by train

So many people want to see The Jacobite passing over the Glenfinnan Viaduct, parking there has become a major issue.  However the

Clyde Puffer

Each August and September this classic coal fired steam boat makes three return trips Corpach to Inverness.   Vic 32 was built in

Stob Ban in the Mamores

A great day out starting from Glen Nevis, with stunning views of the Lochaber area from the three Munro summits. This hike starts

Invergarry and Fort Augustus Railway Museum

Twenty miles north of us we recently discovered an interesting railway project taking place. The landowner, friends and volunteers

Strathspey Railway

Strathspey Railway in the Cairngorms provides an excellent day out in the central mountains of Scotland. Why not try a day visit t

Scottish motorcycle six days trial

The Scottish six days trials are held every year at Fort William and are quite something to see. We saw some great action and amaz

A night on Rum

The Small Islands are easily accessed from Mallaig or Arisaig On Friday we took the Caledonian MacBrayne ferry from Mallaig to

Skye weekend

Just under two hours drive away is the Isle of Skye with such a lot to see and do There are two ways to access Skye from Carinbroo

Fort Augustus

We went north to Fort Augustus which stands on southern end of Loch Ness for a most enjoyable half day out. Not an energetic day j

Moidart circuit

The area of Moidart makes a great road trip with some wonderful scenery all along the way. We started out with a brief stop at the