East Park is a family run bed and breakfast in the peaceful village of Roy Bridge in the beautiful Highlands. Situated in a woodland setting of the main road. There are local walks, hills and rivers to explore not far from the doorstep.
in the peaceful village of Roy Bridge in the beautiful Scottish Highlands. Set in a woodland area, off the main road, very quiet with local walks, hills and rivers to enjoy not far from the door step. We often see Deer, Rabbits, Pine martin, Ducks, Owls, Woodpecker, Bats and much more nature enjoying the area with us. Roy bridge itself is well known for great kayaking with the River Roy and River Spean and also has geological history with the parallel roads of Glen Roy. A very unspoilt area and amazing scenery looking on to The Grey Corries and The Nevis mountain range. East Park is the perfect place to stop over and break up your journey if you are travelling further afield to the stunning Isle of Skye, Western Isles, Inverness, Oban or Mallaig and enjoy some fine Highland hospitality along the way, we are also in a fantastic location to base yourself for longer stays and enjoy day trips to the historical landscapes in the Highlands, The Caledonian Canal, Ben Nevis, Glenfinnan Viaduct and Monument, The Commando Monument, Corrour and Rannoch Moor all mentioned are within a one hours journey from East Park (some by train only and luckily Roy bridge station is only a minutes walk away) Whatever your plans are we look forward to welcoming you, your family or guests here at East Park.
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