Directions and travel
Carinbrook Guest House is located 5km from Fort William. If you are arriving via Fort William or Spean Bridge follow the signs to Mallaig, passing over the swing bridge. Continue along the A830 where you pass a 30mph sign, then an opening to Badabrie on the right hand side. Carinbrook is the next driveway on the right hand side (approx. 30 metres); before the bus stop.
If you are arriving from Mallaig direction, you will pass through the village of Corpach continue for 0.5km until you see the sign for Tomonie continue along for a further 100 metres. We are located just after the bus stop on the left hand side.
Proceed up the steep drive in front of the house to the visitors parking.
Please note if using Sat Nav and our postcode, directions will take you to the wrong location. However Google maps and street view is accurate.
Longtitude 56.845269, Latitude 5.108981
The nearest railway station is Banavie, approximately 0.5km east of us and this is the first stop after Fort William. There is also Corpach station approximately 0.6km west of us. This is a request stop so remember to state to the guard that you wish to get off. The railway line is from Glasgow to Mallaig, with 4 or 5 services a day Monday to Saturday and a more limited service on Sundays.
If you are arriving by train at either station or even Fort William, please let us know and we may be able to collect you from the station.
Shiel Buses operates a very good frequent service between Fort William and Mallaig. The Fort William towards Mallaig bus stop is 150m along the road from our house. The Mallaig towards Fort William bus stop is close to our driveway. There is a reduced service on Saturday and Sunday.
Walking or cycling.
We are close to the Great Glen Way as it passes alongside the Caledonian canal between Caol and Corpach. The house is approximately half way between Banavie swing bridge and the Corpach access road to the locks and railway station, on the A830.
Take a look around.
A short away from Carinbrook is Corpach with some classic scenery and canal side walks.
Your hosts, Chris and Gillian, with Harvey out in the mountains
Planning the day's
Lochaber has so much to offer, no wonder it is called the outdoor capitol of the UK.
Ben Nevis a more challenging way
Lochaber is blessed with great mountains to conquered, explored, photographed just admired.
The Glenfinnan area provides an excellent half day out. The railway viaduct, Jacobite rising memorial and Loch Shiel.
Just a short walk is Banavie, the Caledonian canal and the famous Neptune's staircase locks
Island days out
Why not have a day out by boat from Mallaig or Arisaig.
The classic steam train from Fort William to Mallaig and back runs by our house.