Clickety-Clack Cottage

Our cottage sits all alone off the A830 "Road to the Isles". It is very private property.
Enjoy spectacular views of Loch Eil where you can watch cows and sheep grazing and spot the many birds that call Kinlocheil their home.
Clickety-Clack (as the name would suggest) sits on the site of a former railway house so from here you can watch the trains go by-the train only passes 8 times a day with the Jacobite Steam Train passing 4 times in the summer season. Blink and you will miss them! There are many great walks just a short drive away.
The nearest shop is approximately 10 miles away in Corpach. The Co-op is small but has everything you need to see you through. The last petrol station before you reach Clickety is the BP station at Lochy Bridge. I would fill up here as the next one is in Mallaig!
We have lots of lovely walks nearby so check out my guidebook for lots of lovely suggestions.

Getting around

Loch Eil train station (Platform) is a two minute drive and here you can leave your car, free of charge and hop on the train to Fort William or West towards Glenfinnan and Mallaig.

If you prefer to drive into our nearest town, Fort William is only a 25 minute journey. Here you will find shops, restaurants/bars, tourist information, a brand new cinema and all the amenities you need for the duration of your stay.

Glenfinnan, a historic village and only 6 minute drive from the cottage, is the location for the Uprisings in 1745. Pop into the National Trust for Scotland visitor centre, learn about Bonnie Prince Charlie and see the famous Jacobite monument. Take a walk over the 'Wee Harry Potter bridge' (To be completed early 2021) to see the magnificent Glenfinnan viaduct, made extra famous in the flying car scene in Harry Potter.

Private parking is available in Glenfinnan if you are planning a visit (Your host lives there!! Yah) Just let me know what day you would like to visit the Glen.
There are many great walks only a short drive from the cottage.
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