Foresters Lodge is located in a sheltered inlet just a short distance away from Romantic and Historic Loch Shiel overlooking the Polloch river which meanders through the Glen from loch Doilet.
The lodge has uninterrupted views to bienn Resipol East to glenhurich Forest North and west to the mountains. Foresters Lodge is is ideally located to take full advantage of various activities in the immediate vicinity including walking, kayaking and fishing on Loch Shiel and Loch Doilet. The area of Glenhurich offers cycling on some of the best undiscovered forestry tracks in the Highlands including the route alongside Loch Shiel to Glenfinnan. This route should definitely be on every cyclists tickets list. We have Mountain bikes available for lodge guests to hire please see our rates page for prices. Take a bike and cycle the epic Loch Shiel route to Glenfinnan and visit the station museum. Grab a bite to eat in the 1950s dining carriage and cycle to the viaduct to spot the Hogwarts Express (from the Harry Potter films) pass over this magnificent structure finished in 1901 by concrete Bob Robert Macalpine it was the first and longest mass concrete viaduct in Britain. Take a boat trip on Loch Shiel from Polloch pontoon, this unique guided cruise is aided by local skipper Jim Michie's knowledge of local history and geology and his expertise in spotting Golden and Sea Eagles, red deer and other wildlife. And when you return from your adventures switch the Sauna on run the Spa bath and relax and unwind, because tomorrows another adventure.
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