Glenloy Lodge - a Visit Scotland 3-star Guest House is situated at the foot of Glen Loy. Glenloy Lodge is a former hunting lodge set in mature grounds with superb views over the Nevis Range.
Wildlife is encouraged with bird feeders attracting a wide range of species including greater spotted woodpecker and siskin, whilst pine martens visit each evening. Ravens and buzzards glide over daily, and even the odd eagle might put in an appearance.
All our eight bedrooms are en suite and contain tea and coffee making facilities. There is a guest lounge with a cosy fire and satellite TV, together with sun lounge providing panoramic views for visitors to enjoy. We provide an extensive selection of books for guests to enjoy, including a good collection of field guides, together with a selection of games.
Although we are not currently licensed, guests are welcome to bring their own drinks to enjoy in moderation! We have a drying facility for outdoor wear and further indoor drying facilities for any other wet clothes.
Evening meals and packed lunches are available. All meals are home-cooked, using local produce where possible. Our breakfasts are renowned, and should set you up for the day nicely. These comprise fresh fruit salad, cereals, porridge, yoghurts, plus a full cooked breakfast.
Lochaber is rightly known as the outdoor capital of the UK, offering a vast array of opportunities for outdoor activities. It consists of the area around Fort William and the western end of the Great Glen, including the imposing Nevis Range with Ben Nevis, Britain's highest mountain at 1344m and Glen Coe.
The lodge is only 20 minutes from Ben Nevis and 40 minutes from Glencoe - therefore an ideal base for walkers, climbers and skiers. It is also an ideal base foe exploring the remote area of Knoydart or the beautiful coastline of Arisaig & Ardnamurchan.
We are situated by the Caledonian Canal which links loch Linnhe, Lochy and Oich, and Loch Ness. Only 60 miles from Inverness this makes an easy day out.
The nearby 'Road to the Isles' passes through spectacular Glenfinnan , noted for its monument to the gathering of the clans in support of the Jacobite cause, and the dramatic railway viaduct, latterly of Harry Potter fame. From Mallaig the Small Isles, Skye and Knoydart can all be reached.
Other locations of interest within reasonable driving distance of Glen Loy include the spectacular geological feature known as the Parallel Roads of Glen Roy (also good for raptors), Creag Meagidh NNR, Appin and the north Argyll coastline, Loch Ness and Glen Garry.
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This page was last updated: 21 June 2010