Set amidst the magnificent mountain scenery, these two letting properties - Achaneich Chalet & Achaneich Stable, are both individually designed and built/converted to an exceptionally high standard that has created two unusually spacious units.
Achaneich Chalet is found in the grounds of "Achaneich", which, in gaelic means "The place of small horses", a historic highland cottage with origins dating back to the 1600's.
Situated on the A86 between Spean Bridge and Roy Bridge, we are ideally placed for touring the Highlands, walking in the hills, climbing, fishing and exploring the natural beauties of Lochaber and the Western Highlands. Aviemore, Inverness, Skye and Oban are all less than two hours by road. Spean Bridge, a mile down the road has shops, restaurants, hotels, railway station and a golf course whilst Roy Bridge also has a shop, hotels and restaurants. Fort William is just 12 miles south with a large selection of shops, garages, hotels, restaurants and several visitor attractions to suit all ages.
Achaneich Chalet was built in 1989 and then completely refurbished in 1999. It is extremely well equipped and sleeps 4 people in two bedrooms. The large living area comes with TV, DVD, video, Hi-Fi, X-Box with a selection of games, as well as board games for those evenings in. The kitchen is all electric with oven, hob, microwave cooker, fridge and a washer/drier.
All bed linen is provided, towels can be supplied for a small charge.
Wireless internet access is available.