Clifton Cottage is a beautiful Scottish guest house run by Tam and Carmen Edgar, who look forward to having you for a stay in their welcoming rural retreat. You can join us for tea or coffee and a wee chocolate biscuit or two upon your arrival, before you start exploring the West Highland Way and famous Scottish scenery that sits close by. To experience our beautiful village and welcoming guest house, just call today on 01838 400533 or email email@example.com
Coming to Clifton Cottage should be a special experience, where you can go walking on the West Highland Way, cycling, driving or simply find a peaceful place to relax. We welcome all guests and provide a friendly and comfortable guest house that is situated on the West Highland Way long-distance walking path in Tyndrum.
The guest house is on the border of Tyndrum and set away from the main road, offering a peaceful setting and a quiet night’s sleep with local amenities only a couple of minutes’ walk away.
Scottish Gaelic: Taigh an Droma
Tyndrum is a small Scottish village situated 5 miles north of Crianlarich in the heart of the hill walking country around Glen Lochy[s1] . It is an important transport staging post in the region. The main A82 road divides just north of the village with the A85 heading west to Oban, and the A82 heading for Fort William via Glen Coe. The railway divides south at Crianlarich, though the two branches run in parallel to Tyndrum: it’s only a short walk from Tyndrum Lower Station (on the Oban line) to Tyndrum Upper (on the Fort William Line).
Overshadowed by Ben Lui, a Munro, Tyndrum is built over the battlefield where Clan MacDougall defeated Robert the Bruce in AD 1306, and took from him the Brooch of Lorn.
“The hosts Tam and Carmen were fantastic, welcoming and so helpful. The room was perfect with a comfy bed and powerful shower which was exactly what we needed after a long walk. I would recommend Clifton cottage over any hotel, the personal touches make all the difference. We had 7 different accomodations along the West Highland Way and this was our favourite. Will definitely be back :)” Leanne UK
“The bed is soft, and the breakfast is delicious. Grandmom and grand papa are so kind to host us. Wonderful trip.” Chienming, Taiwan
“Very friendly and welcoming. Couldn't have been more helpful. Watching birds in the garden was very nice. Cups of tea were excellent.” Sue, UK
This is an excellent and good value bed and breakfast. The room was small but had an ensuite and everything that we needed. The breakfast was pretty good in the morning too. What really made it excellent though was the owners. They were really lovely. They even did some washing for us! A great place to stay if you are walking the west highland way.” Jenny, UK
“Hosts are extremely welcoming and very helpful. Provided free washing service and drop off for WHW. Great location near Tyndrum Inn and The Green Welly.” Susan, Australia
“Reasonably priced alternative to Fort William, later check in than a lot of B&Bs, great breakfast, comfortable room, friendly hosts.” Kristi, USA