The Chlachain Inn, Mallaig
Accommodation in the Scottish Highlands
The Chlachain Inn is located in the fishing village of Mallaig which is found at the end of the Road to the Isles with ferry services to the Western Isles
The Inn was built around 1900 (The name meaning - stone house) and has always been a popular haunt of the local population. In 2004 The Chlachain underwent major refurbishment and now offers something new to the area - a modern clean and bright interior.
Mallaig is a working fishing village with all the amenities of a town thrown in. Population size is a friendly 1200 – many of whom you’ll meet working in the shops and restaurants (including our own).
Much of the country’s best sea food is landed here and includes the renowned Mallaig haddock, succulent prawns, mussels, and fresh Scallops. You can savour the taste of all of these in our bar restaurant.
Our Restaurant is open 7 days a week, all day.
Mallaig is also the ferry terminal for Caledonian MacBrayne (Calmac) services (link) to the Isle of Skye, and the small islands of Eigg, Rum, Canna and Muck. There is also a privately operated service to Inverie (Knoydart) and Tarbet with a scenic journey time of approx 45 minutes.
We do not have our own car park however there is plenty of street parking nearby with daytime restrictions.
All photographs on this page have been suplied by: Arthur Campbell photographics © of Arisaig
- Chlachain Inn
- Davies Brae
- PH41 4QY
- Tel: +44 (0)1687 460289