Cuil-Na-Sithe Corner of Heaven

Cuil-Na-Sithe Lochyside, Fort William, PH33 7NX, United Kingdom
Cuil-Na-Sithe Corner of Heaven
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The train in Fort William stationThe train in Fort William station

The town across Loch Linnhe from TreslaigThe town across Loch Linnhe from Treslaig

Church's windowsChurch's windows

Inverlochy CastleInverlochy Castle

Travel Tips for Fort William

Arriving in Glencoe

by sim1



I am almost there.... it is dark and it is still snowing heavily. I can't read the roadsigns because they are all covered in snow. I look at the map... it must be this exit!.... but I am not really sure. It is a very small road, covered in so much snow; it doesn't seem right.

So I stop and check what is on the roadsign, by clearing it from all the snow. To the left is to Glencoe, but the main road to Glencoe is straight ahead. Good! At least I am still on the right road! Only a few minutes later I arrive safely at the cottage where my friends are waiting in a nice warm cosy cottage :-)

Deer

by sim1



The road to Mallaig is beautiful. At first you drive past Loch Shiel and then the road winds further for miles and miles taking you through beautiful landscapes. It start off with forest, and than pastures, with the plains just before the coast. And at the end is the picturesque village of Mallaig. It is the end of the road, so no other way back than taking the same road again. Which isn't bad, because it is a beautiful route. But Mallaig is also the point where you can take the ferry to one of the Scottish Isles.

It was so pieceful and quiet on the road, and all of a sudden we saw a deer. I love to see wildlife, and this was such a great surprise.

Urquhart Castle

by Skibbe

This lies about 13 miles south of Inverness and about an hour from Fort William. It is actually the ruins of a castle built in 1230. It was destroyed by its own defenders in 1689. Though it has an interesting history, it is known mostly for its location along Loch Ness. There is a large and modern visitor center here.

Urquhart Castle

by vichatherly

We were driving around Loch Ness and decided to take a stop at Urquhart Castle.

We didn't actually buy a ticket to go in but we did take some nice pictures from the car park.

Opening hours
Summer - 25 March - 30 September: Monday - Sunday, 9.30am - last entry 5.45pm (closes at 6.30pm

Winter - (1 October - end March: Monday - Sunday, 9.30am - last entry 3.45pm (closes at 4.30pm)

Admission charge
£6 for adults
£2.40 for children

Bridge of Oich

by stevezero

James Dredge designed this splendid suspension bridge in 1854. It was built using a sophisticated patented design of double cantilevered chain construction with massive granite pylon arches at either end.

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