Coire Glas Hotel

Guest house in Spean Bridge, Highlands and Islands (Highlands)

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Roy Bridge Rd
Spean Bridge
Highlands and Islands
PH34 4EU

Coire Glas Hotel, Spean Bridge

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Bed and Breakfast, Spean Bridge, By Fort William Looking for Guest House accommodation near to Fort William and Ben Nevis? Then Ian and Gill McDougall look forward to offering you a warm welcome when you arrive at our 10 bedroom guest house on the edge of the pretty Scottish Highland village of Spean Bridge, some 9 miles from Fort William and 20 miles from Loch Ness.

The Guest House accommodation consists of 10 bedrooms all en suite and 6 of which are on the ground floor. 5 Double Rooms - 3 Twin Rooms - 1 Family room, sleeps 4 in a double bed and 2 single beds - 1 Triple Room, sleeps 3 in single beds. Children and Accessibility.

Most bedrooms can accommodate a cot and some can take a camp bed if required. One of the bedrooms has been specifically designed for disabled guests. Evening Meals are available from £16.50 per person for a 3 course meal and coffee.

These are not available during the high season, please contact us for further details. Coire Glas Guest House is situated at the edge of the Village of Spean Bridge in grounds of approximately one acre facing south it looks out over the spectacular Grey Corries and Ben Nevis. In a sheltered position surrounded on three sides by trees, Coire Glas Guest House faces south so that guests can sit outside and enjoy the spectacular views of the ski slopes of Aonach Mor, home to Nevis Range Ski Resort by Fort William.

Located in the Great Glen, the village itself has two restaurants, two pubs, a village shop, post office and a woollen mill/craft shop all within easy walking distance. Our views are spectacular. Whilst looking out over the Leanachan forest and the magnificent Grey Corries guests can enjoy a hearty and delicious breakfast with variety of fruits, yogurts, cereals and juices and full Scottish breakfast for those with larger appetites.

 3 star rating

From: £55.00

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