Bunroy Holiday Lodges
Offering peace and tranquility in an idyllic setting surrounded by breathtaking scenery yet within easy reach of Fort William, Ben Nevis and the tourist attractions of the Scottish Highlands.
All year round, you can choose whether to go for a relaxing holiday away from it all or take advantage of the many activities near by.
Our quiet and secluded 7 acre site makes an ideal base for your holiday. Our comfortable self catering timber holiday lodges nestle in a mature woodland setting by the River Spean overlooking Glen Spean and the 4000ft ski mountain Aonach Mor.
Lodges at Bunroy
Our self catering timber lodges are situated within 7 acres of mature woodland and parkland with the River Spean forming one of our boundaries.
The eight lodges are comfortable, well equipped and carefully cleaned. They are inspected annually by the Scottish Tourist Board who award them a 3 star ('Very Good') rating. They are fully insulated and double-glazed with heating in all rooms, making a cosy base at any time of year.
The lodges have either one double bedroom or two bedrooms (one double and one twin). The bathrooms are fully tiled and have a shower, toilet and wash hand basin. Three also have baths.
There is a comfortable sitting room with settees, coffee table, colour TV, VCR, DVD & dining table and the fitted kitchenettes are fully equipped with crockery, cutlery and cooking utensils. A cooker, fridge, microwave, toaster, coffee maker and kettle complete the equipment.
Each lodge has a heated shed for large item storage and for drying out wet clothing.
Some more information about the lodges and facilities:
* All bedding is provided and your beds are made up ready for your arrival.
* Towels available to hire.
* Travel cot and high chair are available to hire.
* Electricity at cost by meter reading.
* Parking is available close by each lodge.
* Laundry room (with a coin-op washing machine and dryer).
* Tourist Information room with payphone and books and games to borrow.
* Groceries can be bought in for your arrival.
* Well behaved dogs are accepted in some of our lodges.
* All of our lodges are no smoking.
There is plenty of space to explore and lovely walks along the river bank and through the woodland where there is a host of wildlife.
Across the river, there are endless walks along country tracks, through woodland and into the hills where the views are breathtaking.
This is our home too so we are always on hand to help and advise if you need us.
The village of Roy Bridge is only a short walk (1/4 mile) away with a small shop/post office and two pubs serving food. There is also a railway station and amongst many destinations, you can take a trip into Fort William, try the scenic journey to Mallaig or go to Rannoch Station or Corrour for some serious walking. Spean Bridge (3 miles) has a larger shop, post office, woollen mill with nice cafe, restaurants, and a challenging 9 hole golf course.
In Fort William (12 miles) you will find a good range of shops, as well as a Leisure Centre with indoor swimming pool and rock face. A good indoor complex has 10 pin bowling and a children's play area. Amongst other things to do, there is also a cinema, 18 hole golf course, go cart track and underwater centre where you can go diving. There are plenty of trips to take from here including seal cruises and trips on the famous steam train which appeared in the Harry Potter films.
This is an great base to explore the lovely area which is ideal for walking or touring with stunning scenery and plenty of interesting places to visit close by. Around the village there are beautiful glens and lochs which are easily accessible by road.
By the village is the wild and lonely Glen Roy, with its unique Parallel Roads - evidence of the Ice Age 10,000 years ago and site of the last clan battle in Scotland. Or visit the tiny local church perched on the top of a hill with fantastic views of the surrounding area.
Travel East, by way of Loch Laggan, with its impressive dam, to Newtonmore and Kingussie, where the Highland Wildlife Park is a delight to visit. Ride on the UK's highest railway in the Cairngorms or enjoy a tour of the whisky distillery at Dalwhinnie.
To the West, you can join the Great Glen Cycle Route which runs alongside the Caledonian Canal or follow the canal to its start at the locks of Neptune's Staircase. Continue to Glenfinnan with its famous railway viaduct (also featured in the Harry Potter films) where you can take wildlife cruises on Loch Shiel. Visit the lovely beaches at Morar and Arisaig or drive to the most westerly point of the British mainland at Ardnamurchan with views out to the Hebrides. From the fishing village of Mallaig you can take the ferry across to Skye.
Head North past the Commando Memorial to Loch Lochy and Loch Oich to Fort Augustus at the start of Loch Ness where you can take boat trips or watch boats making their way through the lock gates of the Caledonian Canal.
Go walking around the lovely Foyers Falls or visit Urquhart Castle perched on the edge of Loch Ness. Visit Inverness at the far end of Loch Ness or drive to Kyle of Lochalsh where you can go across the bridge to Skye.
To the South, visit the dramatic scenery in Glencoe and Rannoch Moor or visit the bustling town of Oban where you can wander around the harbour, visit the sea life centre, take a cruise or catch a ferry to Mull and Iona.
Explore the spectacular hills and glens where many Hollywood movies and TV series have been made. Monarch of the Glen was filmed near here and you can visit many of the locations. Glen Coe and Glenfinnan provide the stunning scenery for the Harry Potter films with the Jacobite steam train from Fort William to Mallaig appearing as the Hogwarts Express.
This is a great location for hill walking with many Munros within easy reach including Ben Nevis. You can fish for trout and salmon in rivers and lochs, go pony trekking, rock climbing, mountain biking on the world cup track, paragliding or try a variety of water sports. This is an ideal base for canoeing with a good choice of rivers on the doorstep.
There are plenty of activities to enjoy, including the gondola chair lift at Aonach Mor which carries you 2,000 feet up the mountain to stunning views where you can enjoy a meal in the restaurant or take a stroll along one of the mountain trails to a panoramic viewpoint.
You can fish for trout and salmon in rivers or lochs, go rock climbing, pony trekking, mountain biking on the world cup track, paragliding, try a variety of water sports or even climb to the top of Ben Nevis.
There are plenty of winter sports to enjoy including skiing and snow-boarding at the Nevis Range which is only 8 miles away. Glencoe and The Cairngorms are also within an hour's drive.
Tuition in skiing, fly-fishing and guided mountaineering is also available locally.
There are lots of places to eat out.
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