Glenspean Lodge Hotel & Restaurant – Fort William
This is a luxury family run hotel, nestled away in peaceful surroundings, the ideal place to unwind and get away from it all, boasting fantastic panoramic views whatever the season.
Call our friendly customer service team for more information on 0203 475 3022 to discuss this fantastic deal before it goes. The original building that houses this hotel dates back to the 1880s and has acted as a private hunting lodge for Laird Macintosh of Macintosh. For many years it has been a famous landmark nestled in an area of natural beauty high in the Scottish Highlands. The charming small country house hotel sits within 5 acres of landscaped gardens and woodland and offers a relaxing, comfortable space in which to unwind at the end of your day. No two rooms are the same, but all are decorated to an extremely high standard. Travel Now Pay Later Glenspean Lodge Hotel Jetnow. The bedrooms will make guests feel relaxed, at home, yet utterly indulged. The highlight of the venue is its award-winning AA Rosette restaurant, Nevis View, where one can enjoy a hearty meal in the evenings and a glass of outstanding scotch whiskey to warm himself after that.
- Garden and woodlands
- Snooker Table
Flight & Transfer Information
Duration approx. 9 hours drive by car from central London. 30 Min drive from Fort William Train Station by taxi.
Variety of room types to suit your accommodation needs, no two rooms are the same but are all decorated to a high standard.
Twin or Double
All rooms are extremely well equipped with :-
Direct Dial Telephones
Flat Screen colour TVs
Tea &Coffee making facilities
Hairdryers and toiletries
Iron &Ironing board
Mountain View and Superior Rooms also have Dressing gowns
Food & Drink
Dine In our Nevis View restaurant with beautiful views over the gardens to the Mountains across to Ben Nevis, one of the most scenic areas of the lodge with views down the Spean Valley to Aonach Mor and beyond.
Nevis View Restaurant
Serving Home Cooked Food from locally sourced ingredients
From pristine beaches to crumbling castles, exciting cultural attractions and ancient heritage. Scotland has it all whether its the highlands or lowlands and everything in between.
When it comes to things to do in Scotland, you’re really only limited by your imagination. There are excellent places to visit, including castles, lochs, restaurants and activity centres, and so many ways to explore, such as tours, outdoor activities and self-guided itineraries. Scotland is renowned for its mountains, lochs and glens, and with good reason! But there is so much more. Forests and woodlands, beaches and rugged coastlines, island scenery and rolling hills await.
A good starting place is the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh which is a treasure trove of ancient artefacts and precious objects. It's the most popular attraction in the UK outside of London and offers a great, year-round programme of temporary exhibitions. Visit Edinburgh Castle which is a true icon of Scotland and has dominated the skyline of the capital for centuries. Glasgow is home the wonderful Botanic Gardens. Other top outdoor/nature attractions include Strathclyde Country Park in Motherwll, Loch Lomomd Shores in Balloch, Calderglem Country park in East Kilbridge, Duthie Park in Aberdeen and Drumpellier Country Park. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to climb the highest mountain in the UK? Well in Fort William you can, so pack a lunch and begin your adventure up the spectacular Ben Nevis from there make sure to see the magnificent Glenfinnan Viaduct up close, which also transports the famous Jacobite Steam Train. The Cairngorms National Park is a haven for wildlife, dense woodland, picturesque lochs and miles upon miles of forest trails to explore. Shrouded in mystery, myths and legends, Loch Ness is home to the famed creature that is the Loch Ness Monster.