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Abridgements of Sasine: property transactions from 1781 to 1971, Inverness-shire and Argyllshire Church records including kirk session and presbytery records for parishes in the Lochaber Presbytery, 1724-1991.
A 45-mile drive north-west of Fort William, the port of Mallaig on the rugged west coast of Scotland is the ideal base from which to explore all the magnificent scenery of the area, plus the Small Isles and Skye.
The afternoon service (departs Fort William 2.30pm) runs Monday to Friday from 13 May to 13 September 2019, plus Saturdays and Sundays - from 15 June to 1 September 2019. Travellers' Tips There are 2 local taxi services: Mallaig Taxis (tel: 07577 699196 / 07712 342634) and Mary Morrison (tel: 01687 462885). Book by Denis Rixson - a well known expert on the history of the West Highlands who has published several other local books. In Morar, meals are available at the Silver Sands Restaurant in the Morar Hotel.
An Easter Service will operate from Friday 19 April to Sunday 21 April 2019. Ferry: The summer ferry runs 6 or 7 times a day (including some Sundays at the height of the season) between Mallaig and Armadale on the Isle of Skye. In Arisaig, meals are available at the Arisaig Hotel and Old Library Lodge.
Each month one lucky person will have their review picked at random and will win! Easy to find small site (around 40 pitches) on a beautiful part of Scotlands west coast.
Good level hard standing pitches sizes as awning goes on grass.
Friendly and helpful owners offering Pizzas in summer plus proper coffee and croissants in the morning Toilet block with two showers per gender clean and stylish but not quite spotless MH water and waste facilities ok. No pubs in easy walking distance but only one worth visiting in the area being Crofters bar (with live music on Fridays and Sundays) at Arisaig hotel Look out for Jacobite express twice daily from Fort William to Mallaig, often steam noting nearby Arisaig station (most westerly in uk) good place to see close up as trains often stop.
They also have wifi which was always in working order and they let you charge your phone etc if you need to. If you don't like being in the rain there isn't much you can do about it I'm afraid except play games in your tent.Full day £95 per adult / £65 per junior (up to age 16) from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm Half day £65 per adult / £45 per junior (up to age 16) from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm or 1.30 pm to 4.30 pm All Bespoke Guiding and Coaching is subject to a minimum day charge* per standard** day of £250 (£150/ 1/2day) Courses are charged as priced, with no minimum charge per day.All persons under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. All trips start from Glenuig Inn unless agreed otherwise in advance.Walks to beach easy and not overstated, just amazing beaches and views.Other sites in the area on beach But dunes on way delightful.