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Featuring a garden, Craigag Lodge is located in Glenfinnan in the Highlands region, 1.6 mi from Glenfinnan Station Museum and 1.2 mi from Glenfinnan Monument. Jason is so obliging. We do not have a car n he made 2 trips to ferry the 6 of us to the Glenfinnan viaduct.
The Armory is located in Glenfinnan, 656 feet from Glenfinnan Viaduct and 1312 feet from Glenfinnan Monument, in an area where hiking can be enjoyed. Nice design, loved the open airy feeling and the space to spread out. Location was convenient and the parking spot was a nice bonus.
Just 656 feet from Glenfinnan Monument and 1312 feet from Glenfinnan Viaduct, Glenfinnan Retreats, OAK Cabin features accommodations in Glenfinnan, with a terrace. Great location. The cabin was perfect for our trip, it was done lovely and kitted out well. Host was great with rescheduling due to lockdowns.
Glenfinnan is stunning! I was there for a wedding at the Glenfinnan House Hotel, so I didn't get a chance to visit the landmarks in town, but I did get a chance to Loch Shiel and it is gorgeous. I wish I had had more time to tour around, but I got a taste of the beauty and tranquility of the area. I would love to go back and visit someday.
Nice little area with a couple of Hotel / restaurants. Once you've seen the viaduct, the monument and the wonderful Loch Sheil there isn't a great deal unless you're into walking or cycling. Plenty of trails in the area and a good base to explore further up towards Mallaig.
Having seen old rail posters of Glenfinnan Viaduct, I tried a 2 mile walk from the Visitor Centre via the Viaduct to the old restaurant carriage. I did it before breakfast, so was the only one out. What fantastic views of the Viaduct and loch. There are numerous waiting signs on the main road. I later found out that due to Harry Potter queues of build up on this path.
Beautiful stop for sightseeing and scenic views. The Glenfinnan monument is wonderful and steeped in history. Make sure you climb to the top for spectacular views (even a great view of the viaduct). The viaduct is a must for Harry Potter fans. It is honestly a distant second, though, to the history and scenic beauty of the monument rising over the Loch.
Great spot to spend 2 or 3 days. Car essential. Don't waste your money on the "Harry Potter" train. The Scot Rail normal service uses the same station and tracks and costs £15 for 2 people one way; the Jacobite train costs nearly £70 for the same journey. All you get extra for your money is a bit of chuff chuffing and some steam. Big disappointment. Prince's House Hotel is brilliant for an evening meal.
Lochs, mountains and blooms everywhere! Glenfinnan in May was a delight. Took a Loch Sheil cruise from near Glenfinnan House( great food) and rode the viaduct made famous by the Harry Potter movies on the Jacobite steam train.
Nice design, loved the open airy feeling and the space to spread out. Location was convenient and the parking spot was a nice bonus.
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