Based on an ancient self-sufficient island fishing community, the name ‘Crannog’ was chosen by west coast fisherman Finlay Finlayson to symbolise his concept of catching, curing and cooking the finest west coast seafood. Finlay realised his dream when he converted his bait shed on Fort William’s Town Pier into the stunning red-roofed restaurant. The building itself has a long history, including its use as a lookout point during WWII.
Unfortunately due to Covid-19 we have taken the difficult decision to close our Fort William seafood restaurant for now.
The good news is that our sister restaurant in Cameron Square - Garrison West
is now offering an excellent sea-food menu from our own source of fresh sea products. We have a brand new menu for you to try at Garrison West, so why not visit them online or phone to pre-book a table before you arrive.