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Location of Westhaven

Westhaven is located on the A82 on the South side of Fort William about 2 miles from the town centre in an imposing lochside position.Weoffer taxi service (Westhaven customers only) by arrangements before arrival.

By Road:

From the South:
Exiting Glasgow (Paisley) Airport, follow road signs for Erskine Bridge. Take the A82 (North) to Crainlarach – Tyndrum – Fort William. Westhaven is located one mile (1.60km) further on, after entering Fort William, alongside Loch Linnhe and before reaching the town proper.

From the North:
From Inverness take the A82 (South) towards Fort William, 66 miles (106km). Continue into the centre of Fort William, then alongside Loch Linnhe before joining the road to Oban (A82) at the West End Car Park /Roundabout. Westhaven is located 2 miles (1.60km) further on, alongside Loch Linnhe.

By Train:

Only one train route operates from Glasgow (Queen Street) to Fort William. This is the scenic West Highland Line. There is a sleeper service which operates from London.

Westhaven is located 2 miles (3.20km) from the train station – through the town centre to the West End Car Park / Roundabout. Westhaven is located 2 miles (1.6km) further on, alongside Loch Linnhe. A taxi is advisable during inclement weather.

By Bus:

Fort William can only be reached from the South via Glasgow (Buchanan Street) Bus Station or Inverness Bus Station from the North.

Westhaven is located 3 miles (4.5km) from the bus station – through the town centre to the West End Car Park / Roundabout. Westhaven is located 2 miles(1.6km) further on, alongside Loch Linnhe. A taxi is recommended during inclement weather. See the Citylink website for timetable details.

By Air:

Scotland has three main International Airports:

Glasgow (International) Airport.

Glasgow (Prestwick) Airport, located at Ayr, south of Glasgow.

Edinburgh (International) Airport

Inverness Airport is also only 70 miles away.

Glasgow International is within easy reach of Fort William (102mls/163km) and the West Highlands.