Armadale Ferry with anyferries.co.uk
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There are currently no sailings from the Armadale Ferry port. For alternative routes or operators please visit the Scotland Ferries page for further information.
About Armadale Ferry
The town of Amadale is especially busy in summer with ferry passengers and sailing boats. Armadale is a small port surrounded by green fields and thick woodlands. A bus service meets the ferry and takes travellers eastwards to Kyleakin, Broadford, Portree or Uig. Driving along the main road eastwards out of Armadale you will come to the Armadale Castle Gardens and the Museum of the Isles (formerly called the Clan Donald Visitor Centre). Together with the genealogy research study centre, there are historical exhibits and video shows, plus a gift shop, restaurant and 40 acres of gardens to explore.
Getting to Armadale Port by Rail
The area is served by a rail link operating a "Super Sprinter" train between Inverness and Kyle of Lochalsh. This passenger service is a social/commuter and tourist facility subsidised by ScotRail. The Glasgow-Mallaig line forms an important link with Skye, giving an alternative point of entry to visitors and convenient access for residents via the Armadale ferry.