Minutes from village amenities and with fantastic mountain views, Corrieview Lodges offer a high level of comfort for couples and families wishing to explore this beautiful part of the world.
Corrieview Lodge 1 has an enviable location just off the A82 at the edge of the village of Spean Bridge 10 miles north of Fort William and 58 miles from Inverness. Offering the best of both worlds,we are within easy walking distance of the village and amenities and have spectacular views across the glen to the Nevis Mountain Range.
Individually designed, the “upside down” style features two comfortable bedrooms downstairs.
One with a King Size bed and the other, normally set up as a twin, can comfortably accommodate another full size single bed. **PLEASE NOTE OUR MAXIMUM OCCUPANCY LEVEL IS 4 ADULTS OR A FAMILY OF FIVE ***
On the upper floor there is an open plan lounge, with TV equipped with Sky+ full package,DVD and CD Hi-Fi, a fully fitted kitchen with a ceramic hob and double oven and separate dining area.
The village of Spean Bridge is just a few minutes’ walk from the property. It has a well stocked local shop as well as good quality restaurants and bars, including a 2 AA rosette restaurant which has an excellent reputation for fine dining. Spean Bridge also has an excellent golf course open to visitors within walking distance. The famous Commando memorial which pays tribute to the Commandos who trained here during the Second World War is just a short walk from the lodges. Perfect for a summer evening stroll. The Lodges are ideally located for exploring the best of the Highlands. Oban, Inverness and Aviemore are all around an hour’s drive. Closer to hand, Fort William, known as the ‘outdoor capital of the UK’ is just 10 miles away. This area offers a wealth of activities, outdoor pursuits and places of interest. The Nevis range nearby has an exceptional variety of sporting activities all year round, including climbing, hill-walking, para-gliding, skiing, snowboarding and a world-class mountain bike course where the world championships are held each year. The less energetic can take a spectacular ride on the gondola that runs up the side of Aonach Mor and enjoy a meal at the famous mountain restaurant at the top or the recently refurbished Pine Marten cafe at the base station. Many of the highlands most famous beauty spots are close by. Glen Nevis, Loch Ness, Glencoe and the unspoilt Ardnamurchan Peninsula are also all within easy driving distance. Excursions from Fort William include the popular day trip to Mallaig on the Jacobite steam train, made famous through the Harry Potter films. Several cruises from the pier offer the chance to spot the marine life of Loch Linnhe including seals and otters.Horse riding, loch, sea and river fishing, sailing, canoeing, climbing and hill-walking are all available locally....Read more
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