Fresh Scottish seafood …
…with a warm Highland welcome
Situated in the heart of Fort William, Crannog is a seafood restaurant like no other – in a quiet loch-side location on the Town Pier, the distinctive red roofs have been synonymous with fantastic West Highland seafood and relaxed fine dining for 25 years. Using the freshest fish and seafood from the local area, a meal at Crannog is a must on any visit to the area.
Based on an ancient self-sufficient island fishing community, the name ‘Crannog’ was chosen by west coast fisherman Finlay Finlayson to symbolise his concept of catching, curing and cooking the finest west coast seafood.
Finlay realised his dream when he converted his bait shed on Fort William’s Town Pier into the stunning red-roofed restaurant. The building itself has a long history, including its use as a lookout point during WWII. Today the restaurant is renowned for its quality, style and attention to detail.
Crannog Restaurant is open 7 days a week. Lunches are served from 12pm until 2.30pm and evening meals from 6pm.