Rum Ferry Port
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Rum is a real jewel in Scotland's crown. It has it all: amazing wildlife, an eccentric castle, walks to suit all levels, beautiful beaches and stunning scenery. With just a short ferry journey from either Arisaig or Mallaig you can experiencing the Isle of Rum for yourself. You can come for a few hours between ferry stops; soak up the atmosphere of the village, visit Kinloch Castle, the craft shop and still have time for a bite to eat in the Village Hall teashop before departure.
Getting to/from Rum
The adventure of visiting the Isle of Rum starts in earnest when joining the Road to the Isles from Fort William. The main ferry terminal is in Mallaig but, during the summer months there are more choices, with the Sheerwater which runs from Arisaig approx. 7 miles south of Mallaig, with other companies offering charters, see below for further details.
Isle of Rum, PH43 4RR, Scotland