Riverside Lodge Gardens

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Riverside, 1 Lodge Gardens
Spean Bridge
Highlands and Islands
PH34 4EN

Riverside Lodge Gardens, Spean Bridge

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Riverside Lodge Gardens Bed and Breakfast is situated in the VERY BEST LOCATION offering quality/spacious 4 Star B&B Accommodation in tranquil surroundings - Sited at the end of a beautiful tree lined Cul-De-Sac (100 metres from A82) with the River Spean flowing past our large Mature Gardens.Your Host has a wealth of local knowledge to enhance your stay with us. Truly a Home from Home with a touch of Luxury.

Set back in an ideal location at the end of a secluded tree-lined Cul-de sac beside the river Spean over looking the Ben Nevis mountain range. Riverside Lodge Gardens with its own off road parking is a haven for any traveler. And then there is breakfast where we provide a wide range of fresh produce to set you up for the day ahead.

All our Guest Bedrooms are located on the ground floor, with new spacious en-suite facilities, together with comfortable seating areas recently decorated & furnished to a very high standard The village of Spean Bridge nestles on the Northern flanks of the Ben Nevis range and is easily accessible by road, and we are two minutes walk from the railway station, with direct services to London and Glasgow, and the opportunity to take a train and explore the remote regions of Rannoch and Corrour. Fort William is fifteen minutes away with Inverness, the 'Capital of the Highlands' lying north-east along the Great Glen, past the picturesque shores of Loch Ness. The area is renowned for its walking (the Great Glen Way And The 'NEW' East Highland Way passes nearby) as well as climbing and the quiet, open roads offer cyclists and bikers the holiday of a lifetime - and the Spean Bridge golf course is only two minutes' walk away!

 4 star rating

From: £80.00

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