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Roman Catholic Churches in the Lochaber area

This information is offered to assist you to find the churches and Mass centres in the Highlands, Islands and other tourist areas of Scotland; a warm welcome awaits you. It may be in an area which has been Catholic since Christianity came to Scotland, or in a town to which the Church has returned with the growth of modem industry.  More likely it will be at a simple stone building in an area like Glenfinnan, amidst scenery unsurpassed in beauty in the British Isles.
 
 Wherever it may be, "Ceud mile Failte!" a hundred thousand welcomes!


 ARISAIG: S 10.30 a.m., VM Sat. 6 p.m.; HD 9.30 a.m., 7 p.m. Tel.: Arisaig (01687) 450223.
 BALLACHULISH: see Glencoe.
 CAOL: S 10.30 a.m., VM Sat. 7 p.m.; HD 10 a.m., VM (prev. evening) 7 p.m. Tel. Fort Williarn (01397) 700622.
 FORT WILLIAM: Tel. Fort William (01397) 702174 www.stmarysfortwilliam.org
GLENFINNAN (Caol): S 1 p.m.; HD 7 p.m.
GLENUIG (Mingarry): S 9.30 a.m.; HD VM (prev. evening) 7.30 p.m.
GLENUIG (Mingarry): S 9.30 a.m.; HD VM (prev. evening) 7.30 p.m.
INVERAILORT (Arisaig): S 12.15 p.m. in Inverailort Castle.
INVERGARRY (Roy Bridge): S 9.15 a.m.; HD 5.50 p.m.
KINLOCHLEVEN (Glencoe): S 9.30 a.m., VM (July & August) Sat. 5 p.m.; HD 10 a.m. KNOYDART (Morar): As announced (Summer only).
LOCHAILORT: See Inverailort.
LOCHALINE (Mingarry): As announced
LOCHNEVIS (Morar): Monthly Mass as announced.

MALLAIG (Morar): S 10 a.m.; HD 4 p.m.
 MORAR: S 11.30 a.m.; HD 7 p.m. Tel. Mallaig (01687) 462201.
 ONICH (Glencoe, Kinlochleven, Fort William
 ROY BRIDGE: S 11.30 a.m.; HD 10 a.m., 8 p.m. Tel. Spean Bridge (01397) 712238.
 http://www.rcroybridge.co.uk/ 
SPEAN BRIDGE (Roy Bridge): S VM Sat. 6.30 p.m.; HD 7 p.m
TARBERT on Lochnevis (Morar): As announced.
CANNA (Morar): Monthly, as announced.
COLL (Oban): As announced
EIGG (Arisaig): As announced.
MUCK (Arisaig): Mass in school (May to Sept.) 2nd & 4th Wed.; Oct. to April as announced.

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Inchree Centre
A family-run establishment, offering good-quality, competitively-priced holiday Chalet & Ensuite Room accommodation, with on-site Pub-Restaurant.  Inchree is situated in a highly-convenient location just south of Fort William on the A82. Located midway between the Ben Nevis and the Glencoe mountains, in the picturesque village of Onich, we offer the best of both worlds. The popular tourism town of fort william is 8 miles (11 km) away. From our place, you can enjoy breathtaking panoramic views overlooking Loch Linnhe and the Morven Mountains. Our holiday accommodation is set in completely private and spacious landscaped grounds, and guests often comment on the peacefulness of the location. From our doorstep there are miles of lovely forest trails to explore in the nearby Glen Righ forest. You can also easily walk to the impressive Inchree Waterfalls, which drop 100 metres in a series of steps. Inchree is also a 5 minute walk form the shoreline of Loch Linnhe. Our accommodation options consist of 8 chalets and 11 ensuite rooms. Both chalets and rooms have excellent self-catering kitchens. (Private facilities for chalets, shared kitchens for rooms.) We have 4 chalets for 2 to 4 persons each, and 4 chalets for 2 to 6 persons. We have 5 twin ensuite rooms and 6 ensuite family rooms also. Family rooms are of varying bed sizes,and can be used by larger groups also. The Corran Ferry, which crosses the Loch at it's narrowest point, and provides access to the spectacular and remote far-west of Lochaber, is only 300 metres from Inchree. The ferry is free to pedestrians and cyclists and takes only 5 minutes to cross From the other side, there are more short walks and cycles to enjoy. We have an on-site Pub-Restauarant, open from 5.30pm until late, with a dinner menu served form 6pm to 9.30pm. The bar serves Highland-brewed Real Ales and a fine selection of Malt Whiskies. The reputable dinner menu makes good use of local produce, with vegetarian options available. A daily-changing 'specials' blackboard supplements the main menu, with both offering a wide choice of freshly-prepared dishes such as local seafood and game. (More limited opening and meal availability between November and March - please check on our website.) Additional on-site facilities include free WI-FI and a public internet computer, (in pub) and excellent wet-gear drying facilites if you have been out walking / climbing that day and got a bit soggy. There is also a self-service laundry available, with washing machine and dryer. The pub sells a selection of the best local walking maps and guidebooks too. Please follow the link to our website, where you can get full details on our facilites - you can also check availability and book securely on-line. If you need any more info, then please 'phone or e-mail us at any time.
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