Accommodation at Dalmally Railway Station comprises of 5 quirky, welcoming and comfortable rooms.

Ben Cruachan

Ben Cruachan was historically ‘The Ladies Waiting Room’ and now has been transformed into a lovely bedroom with two single beds and lots of interesting features. It has good views from both windows.

The Rambler’s Rest

The Ramblers Rest was originally ‘The Gentleman’s Waiting Room’ and is now a comfortable room with an ensuite toilet and wash hand basin. Our shower facilities are called ‘Ben Lui’ ; a restored quirky Victorian toilet block a little further down the platform. We named it the Rambler’s Rest after Tom Weir, Scotland’s famous Rambler. An icon of Weir’s Way and its wistful, heartfelt portrayal of an almost mythical Scotland.

The Writer’s Retreat

This creative hub is the heart of our beautiful Victorian listed Railway Station. It was historically ‘The General Waiting Room’ and is now a bright space which boasts views to the mountains or the platform.It has multiple uses with an optional single bed, a comfy couch or the nice generous double bed. Having a seating area both inside and out givesgreat choice.

The Shepherd’s Hut

Off the main platform but beautifully placed in the historic setting of the old animal pens, this locally, custom built Shepard’s Hut has two single beds and is cosy even in the depths of winter. It has its own garden and sitting area and great views to the mountains and the railway. The Ben Lui Victorian toilet block is close by on the platform.

The Posting Room

The Posting Room was used in the late 1800’s to store post which came in by train. In its most recent history it was the first aid room. It has now been transformed into a cosy double bedroom with tea/coffee making facilities.
The Posting Room is just around the corner from Ben Lui.

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About Us

Graham and Liz own and run Dalmally Railway Station. The village of Dalmally is near Loch Awe in Scotland.

Dalmally Station is on the Oban branch of Scotland’s picturesque West Highland Line; originally part of the Callender and Oban Railway.

Dalmally’s setting amidst mountains, lochs and wildlife makes it a perfect destination.

Photograph of Graham and Liz courtesy of Gary C. Brown. Used with permission.

Travel by train

Dalmally Railway Station is 2.35 hours from Glasgow and 0.40 hours from Oban by rail – an easy way to travel direct to our door.

Travel by road

There is ample parking here and the journey time is 1.45 hours from Glasgow and 0.40 hours from Oban or Glencoe. There is a regular bus service between Oban and Glasgow.

Places to visit

Ben Lui - National Nature Reserve

6.8 miles away

Cruachan Power Station Visitor Centre "The Hollow Mountain"

5 miles away

Glen Nant - National Nature Reserve

8.6 miles away

St Conan's Kirk

3 miles away

Kilchurn Castle, Loch Awe

1.9 miles away

Duncan Ban MacIntyre Monument

1.4 miles away

Glenorchy Parish Church

0.7 miles away

St Conans Well

0.9 miles away

Take a look

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