Fish and Chips


The beauty of Mallaig and the surrounding areas, peninsulas and islandsCAMUSDARACH is undisputed.  Many of our customers and friends have returned since childhood, in some cases fifty years!  After a visit, you can’t help but be drawn back by the beauty and tranquillity of the area, come rain or shine.  The natural harbour of Mallaig can be found on the North West Coast of the Scottish highlands.

Once the premier herring port of Europe, Mallaig was a bustling fishing port with upwards of 10 kipper yards hard at work and a pier full of fisherwomen in chorus whilst filling barrels of salted herring.  Today, the village is a very different place.  The fishing is much reduced with only one  Traditional Kipper yard still in operation, Jaffys, but the friendliness of the community and the beauty of the surrounding are ever present.  Mallaig is now a busy, yet tranquil village at the end of one of the world’s most picturesque and famous railway lines, most recently famous for its connections to the Harry Potter films!  Whether it’s a short break to recharge you batteries and do nothing or a fun packed adventure holiday you’re looking for; Mallaig can offer it all.

By Car:

Take the A82 from Glasgow,this takes you all the way to Fort William, from there Mallaig is well signposted with access via the A830 (The Road to the Isles).

By train:

Scotrail runs a regular service from Glasgow Queen Street to Mallaig along the famous and award winning West Highland Line. Timetable details are available on the Scotrail website or any railway station. There is a sleeper service operating which will take you directly from the centre of London to Mallaig.

By Ferry:

Daily services are operated to Mallaig from Armadale. There are also daily sailings from the small Isles of Eigg, Rum, Muck and Canna. All of these are operated by CalMac Ferries.

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