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B&B in Spean Bridge and Roybridge


Corriechoille Lodge, near Spean Bridge
No pets Wifi / broadband

Corriechoille Lodge    near Spean Bridge

An old fishing lodge above the River Spean, peacefully located 2.5 miles from the village of Spean Bridge. All large rooms en-suite, carefully prepared home cooked dinners by arrangement, drinks licence, VisitScotland four stars.

We are the last house that you will pass as you walk along the Lairig Leacach towards the Grey Corries, so are perfectly positioned for many hill or lower level walks.

Spean Lodge Country House, Spean Bridge
No pets Wifi / broadband

Spean Lodge Country House    Spean Bridge

Historic Highland lodge set in lovely landscaped grounds above the River Spean in the centre of Spean Bridge. Tastefully furnished with antiques and paintings. Spacious guest lounge with log fire and mountain views. 3 well appointed en suite rooms. Children welcome. Delicious breakfasts including vegetarian options. Packed lunches, drying room and free wi-fi. Friendly advice on local walks and activities. Explore Ben Nevis, Grey Corries, Loch Ness, Glencoe, Skye, Cairngorms etc. Village facilities include excellent restaurants and bars, grocery store, Woollen Mill and golf course.

Forest Lodge Guest House, South Laggan
No pets Wifi / broadband

Forest Lodge Guest House    South Laggan

Forest Lodge Guest House is located in the Great Glen and is situated in the small hamlet of South Laggan, between the beautiful Loch Lochy and Loch Oich. The Caledonian Canal runs a short distance behind the Guest House and can be reached from Laggan Locks only half a mile away. At just 10 miles from Fort Augustus, 22 miles from Fort William, 44 miles from Inverness, Forest Lodge provides a perfect base from which to explore the local area and beyond.


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