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Ideally situated, Old Pines Hotel and Restaurant is a 4-star hotel with a relaxed, welcoming atmosphere and stunning views of Ben Nevis. Fort William is a short drive away. Could not compliment this place any higher. The room, location, food and service are all second to none. Highly recommend to anyone!
Set in Spean Bridge, Coire Glas Guest House has a shared lounge, garden, terrace, and free WiFi. Private parking can be arranged at an extra charge. The hosts are very friendly and welcoming, we have very much enjoyed our stay here and when we visit this region again we will surely pay this lovely guest house another visit.
Located in the small village of Spean Bridge in the Scottish Highlands, the award-winning Smiddy House & Russell's restaurant is just a 5-minute drive from the banks of Loch Lochy. Room was wonderful as was dinner. Best Cullen skink soup in Scotland. Was also extremely accommodating of gluten free request. Even delayed our dinner reservation when our car broke down! We will be back.
Offering garden views, Masada country house in Spean Bridge offers accommodations, a shared lounge and a garden. There is a seating and a dining area in all units. The house is very stylish and comfortable with a good location. I love the view from the room. It was an enjoyable stay and a nice touch of British historical building. Jacqueline is very helpful and has two lovely dogs. I will stay here again and recommend it to everyone!
Distant Hills is a modern couple-run guest house providing a good quality Bed and Breakfast service. What a wonderful place to stay and Cameron and Dani could not have been more accommodating - such delightful people and wonderful breakfast and great rooms. Location is stunning too. Would highly recommend this place, but not when I want to go again to ensure there's a room so I can book it! Haha!
Room with a view is located in Spean Bridge. Featuring free WiFi, the property also has a garden, barbecue facilities and a terrace. I loved everything about room with a view - the cozy living space, comfy bed, location, breakfast items and appliances (fridge, microwave, toaster, kettle) and most of all the wonderful host Kim! She was so welcoming, and we had some great conversations! I love animals and she had adorable cats, a dog, and a rabbit. Photo shows Kim and her dog.
We only stayed one night on our way to Skye and again one night on return journey so didn’t really explore Spean bridge but it looked like a nice little villiage. We didn’t eat out. Nice commando memorial to visit.
Enjoyed the vegan option (moussaka with lentil sauce) at the Old Station restaurant: great comfort food. Nice pints on draft (Spean Bridge lager - local!- and Station Yard pale ale) with very friendly service. The local Spar shop, next to the hotel, is well stocked and even has vegan items. I have used Spean Bridge as a starting point for stages of the Great Glen Way but this is the first time I overnighted. Would do so again.
A great location, ideally suited for setting up for exploring and discovering the stunning surrounding area. I would definitely return and book early to try a different room and continue to explore the area and revisit my favourites.
Charming little village that's much nicer than the dump that is Fort William. Great access to restaurants, pub, shop, B+Bs, Commando Memorial, ski slope and the hills that's at least as good as Fort William.
An accessible and beautiful location for exploring further North as well as remaining in the immediate area. There is not much in Spean Bridge itself, although beautiful. Nearby Fortwilliam is a disgrace upon the Local Council for it's grotty appearance. Given the amount of Tourists through there every year one would think they would try to clean it up and put some attractions within.
The Station restaurant was excellent for dinner. The views of the mountains was great. We could see a little of Ben Nevis in the distance. Spean Bridge is also a route centre. It is also on the famous West Highland Railway.