Westerlees Bed and Breakfast is at the end of Glengarry Place with stunning views across Loch nan Ceall to the Small Isles (Eigg, Rum and Muck).

Three bedroom Bed and Breakfast comprising 2 Double Rooms with en-suites, 1 Twin Room with own shower room and toilet and access for all guests to sit and relax in our Guest Lounge to experience the views across Loch nan Ceall to the Small Isles.

Our breakfast will set you up for the day, very comfortable accommodation with the friendly approach of the hosts to ensure your experience of Westerlees and stay in Arisaig is everything that you wish it could be and more.

We offer a warm friendly welcome to discover Arisaig and the surrounding areas.

Arisaig is a village on the stunning West Coast of Scotland.  It is situtated between the harbour and the road to Morar.  Landscape is a rocky coast, blue seas and white sand which makes it a good base for exploring the surrounding areas.

Exploring Arisaig – the ‘safe place’ in Gaelic

Arisaig is situated on the shore of Loch nan Ceall on the West Coast of Scotland, offering superb scenery and fantastic sunsets.

The Land, Sea and Islands Centre in the village offers the opportunity to explore the heritage, wildlife and visitor hub to the area.

The ‘Jacobite Steam Train’ travels the West Highland Line during the summer months and stops at Arisaig. If a steam train enthusiast, or a Harry Potter fan this train offers you a breathtaking journey from Fort William to Mallaig through the mountainous scenery and over the famous Glenfinnan Harry Potter viaduct, whilst sitting on the train used in the films.

Boat trips from Arisaig Marina are available to the Small Isles of Rum, Eigg and Muck with opportunity of sightings of sea life (whales, dolphins, eagles, puffins, otters).

Triagh Golf Course (9 hole course) is two miles north of Arisaig and is rated as one of the best ‘hidden gem’ golf courses in the world

The Silver Sands of Morar, was one of the locations for the movie Local Hero and is a must to see.

Arisaig is an ideal area for walking and cycling.

The area is full of opportunities for photography of landscapes and wildlife.

Arisaig House which is now a hotel, was the headquarters to the Special Operations Executive during the Second World War to train agents for missions in Occupied Europe.

Location gallery.