Glencaig self catering cottage, located 2 miles north east of Spean Bridge in the Western Highlands, is a bright two bedroom bungalow on the family croft at Stronaba. Near Fort William (the Outdoor Capital of the UK).
The accommodation for four people includes:
Lounge consisting of comfortable seating for four, satellite TV with DVD player and dining table and chairs for four
Fully equipped kitchen with cooker, microwave, fridge freezer, washer dryer and dish washer
Double bedroom with fitted wardrobe
Twin bedroom with fitted wardrobe
Bathroom with overhead shower
Fully enclosed garden with garden furniture and washing line
Wi-Fi, bed linen, towels and electricity included
Travel cot and high chair provided
We welcome well behaved dogs by prior arrangement
Stronaba Croft sits in an area of outstanding natural beauty and the view from the cottage front window takes the eye across the croft fields to small hillocks beyond and then to the tall Loch Lochy mountains. The entrance to Glean Cia-aig, a steep sided valley above the Dark Mile can be seen as a low point in these distant mountains and gives the cottage its name.
A short walk down the croft will reward the guest with spectacular views towards the north face of Ben Nevis and its high neighbours.
Fort William and the wider Lochaber area are linked with some of the most significant, and darkest points, in Scottish history.
It has some of the highest mountains , including Ben Nevis, and the access points to some of our biggest wilderness areas. More recently skiing and mountain biking at Nevis Range have become big attractions.
The area’s claim to the Outdoor Capital title is fitting and Glencaig Self Catering Holiday Cottage is perfectly located to enjoy it all.
|Glencaig Cottage||£77 Per unit per night|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
13% discount on nightly rate for stays of 7 nights or longer.