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WHAT'S OPEN? As with other local and UK Businesses, the coronavirus outbreak and regulations have had an impact on the Glenelg area - check for up to date details:
The Glenelg Inn -
Sheenas Tea Hut - Sheenas Tea Hut
The Shed BBQ takeaway - Eňlach Food
The Glenelg Ferry - closed until 2021 season. Merchandise is still available online.
Moyle Park Campsite - open, availability only for Motorhomes, Campervans and Caravans, bookings by email please.
The Glenelg Shop is open, it is counter service only and a “one person in at a time” ruling.

Local facilities.
Glenelg Health Centre is open,
details here
The public toilets at the Glenelg Community Hall are now closed.
The public toilets at the Ceilidh House Heritage Centre in Corran are now closed..
There is nothing normal about the “new normal” but a little common sense, patience and courtesy will see us through, a smile goes a long way!

Take care of yourselves, look after each other and we look forward to seeing you again!

Glenelg and Arnisdale: the end of your journey, the beginning of an experience.

Located on the West Coast of Scotland the Glenelg area has much to offer tourists and visitors. Stunning Highland scenery, diverse sea and wildlife, a great community AND we are "twinned" with Mars! The Glenelg area is a Mecca for walking, wildlife watching or just relaxing and getting away from the stress of work and city life. Turning off the main road at Shiel Bridge (see map) and coming in over the Mam Ratagan Pass (don’t miss the view point!) is the start of an experience that leads many visitors to return here again and again for their holidays in Glenelg Scotland.



Glenelg bay faces across to the Isle of Skye and down the Sound of Sleat with fabulous views to the Sandaig Islands, Isle Ornsay, Rum and Eigg. (Sandaig is where author Gavin Maxwell wrote the best seller "Ring of Bright Water"). The road carries on from Glenelg to Arnisdale before ending at the tiny village of Corran and is considered by many to be one of the most scenic drives in Scotland.

Also by Glenelg is the mainland jetty for the Skye Ferry. The MV Glenachullish is a manually operated turntable ferry, a type that at one time could be seen all over Scotland. As far as we know, it is the only one still in existence and crosses the short, spectacular Kyle Rhea straits, where you may see seals, porpoise, otters or our local sea eagles feeding. A unique experience not to be missed sailing "over the sea to Skye".



The Glenelg area is blessed with an excellent selection of good quality self-catering cottages which vary in size from small properties suitable for couples to larger houses to suit families or groups. High quality rooms are available at the Glenelg Inn and there are Bed & Breakfast establishments for short breaks or just an overnight stay. (Some self catering cottages also offer short breaks, especially out of season)


But what about that Scottish weather?

Let’s be honest, Scotland can be fickle where the weather is concerned! While the South can be blessed with a heatwave Scotland can be suffering with wind and rain but the opposite applies too. When East winds and gales hit the rest of the country Glenelg often basks in calm sunny weather. It really does have its own micro climate and it’s often said that one sunny day on the West Coast of Scotland is worth several elsewhere. With a bit of luck you will enjoy amazing deep blue days filled with sunshine while at night the unpolluted dark skies above Glenelg produce a crystal fiesta of sparkling stars.

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Glenelg Wildlife

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Twinned with Mars!!

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Sandaig bay

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