West Highland Way Accommodation

West Highland Way Accommodation and Other Services

RambleFest displays details of West Highland Way accommodation, camping, guidebooks and maps, pub, where to eat, and public transport

West Highland Way accommodation

The West Highland Way was the first official long-distance footpath in Scotland. It links Milngavie (pronounced Mulguy), a suburb of Glasgow, with Fort William, a distance of 95 miles. It makes use of old military tracks, and so the route is mostly obvious. At Fort William it links to the Great Glen Way.

West Highland Way Accommodation and Other Services Table

Please click on a location to open the page displaying Accommodation, Camping, Pub and Restaurant information for that location.

MilngavieHotel, B&B, Pub, Restaurant,
Train, Bus
DrymenHotel, B&B, Camping, Pub,
Restaurant, Bus
BalmahaInn, B&B, Camping, Pub, Restaurant,
RowardennanHotel, B&B, Camping
Inverarnan½Inn, B&B, Camping, Pub, Restaurant
ArdluiHotel, Camping, Bar, Restaurant,
Train, Bus
Crianlarich½Hotel, B&B, Pub, Restaurant, Train, Bus
TyndrumHotel, B&B, Hostel, Camping, Pub,
Restaurant, Train, Bus
Bridge of OrchyHotel, Bunkhouse, Pub, Restaurant,
KinlochlevenHotel, B&B, Hostel, Camping, Pub,
Restaurant, Bus
Fort WilliamAll Services

West Highland Way Guidebooks and Maps

Notes on West Highland Way Accommodation

Like no other long-distance path, the West Highland Way accommodation is at very distinct locations, and It is quite likely that the other ramblers you see at the start will finish the walk on the same day. We have split West Highland Way accommodation into Hotels & Inns and Bed & Breakfast. Guest House accommodation is included with Bed and Breakfast, and while we realise many of them are better than some hotels, in order to avoid confusion we have opted for the simpler option. Because of the very definite stopping points on this path, we advise booking accommodation early.

West Highland Way Restaurants and Pubs

We have attempted to give as much information as possible, especially whether pubs serve real ale and/or food, but restaurants and pubs are notoriously changeable. Please let us know if our information is out of date.

West Highland Way Handy Websites

The West Highland Way has an official website:

There is an online form for contacting them, or you can email them direct:

Walking in Scotland
website also has information on walking the West Highland Way: www.walkinginscotland.org

West Highland Way Public Transport

Although we have included rail station information and some bus services, the following website will prove useful:
Carlberry West Highland Way

West Highland Way Updates and Recommendations

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