The Line for Dining

The Westie has a number of good quality station tearooms, cafes and restaurants – ideal for locals and visitors alike.

Crianlarich Tearoom

Located on the platform, this value-for-money independent business offers hot and cold drinks, snacks and light meals.

Tearoom website featuring info on local history, the menu and pricing HERE

Facebook page HEREĀ 

Rannoch Tearoom

A well-regarded and popular tearoom serving fresh local fare in a highly picturesque setting. For visitors with accessability or mobility challenges, teamroom staff will happily bring your order across the line to the bench kindly donated by Rannoch Paths Group.

Tearoom website featuring more info, a gallery of images and contact details HERE

Facebook page HERE

Moor of Rannoch Restaurant & Rooms

A well-established and award winning hotel and restaurant located close to the station.

Main website HERE

Corrour Station House

Situated next to Britain’s highest station, the hotel offers refreshments, meals and accommodation in a majestic setting high on Rannoch Moor.

Main website featuring a gallery of images, menus and pricing HERE

Facebook page HERE

Spean Bridge

Dine in this historic setting of a converted Victorian railway station or relax and soak up the atmosphere beside the fire in a cosy bar

Old Station Restaurant website featuring menus, accommodation details and contacts HERE

Facebook page HERE

Fort William

The major regional town, travel hub and ‘outdoor adventure capital’ of the Western Highlands – the station area and town centre have many food and accommodation options.

Main VisitScotland website HERE

Scotrail website pages HERE & station info HERE

Glenfinnan

Situated at the head of Loch Shiel, Glenfinnan attracts many thousands of visitors from around the world keen to experience the stunning scenery and special atmosphere. The station is home to a museum, a repurposed dining car serving delicious local food and accommodation options – more info HERE

Main VisitScotland webpage HERE

Lochailort

The Lochailort Inn is a small hotel & bar set amidst stunning scenery and offers accommodation, locally sourced and freshly made food. More info including history, pricing and menus HERE

Morar

Although the station does not have a dedicated tearoom or cafe, the nearby Morar Hotel offers stunning coastal views, a restaurant & bar and a range of accommodation – more info HERE

Mallaig

The end-of-the-line and bustling port with a good range of accommodation and food options. Jaffy’s – the station fish ‘n’ chip shop / fishmonger is a perennial favorite for all travellers, selling locally caught seafood and operating a family smokehouse since 1944, you can find out more info HERE

 

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