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Great Glen B&B | B&B In Spean Bridge, Loch Ness
The Great Glen is the area between Fort William and Inverness along the Caledonian Canal - Spean Bridge, Roybridge
If you plan to visit the Spean Bridge, the Great Glen and Glen Spean area there are lots of bed and breakfast, holiday accommodation options to consider. The area is quite diverse but completely rural with many small communities and small villages to explore. There are two real Scottish Castles in this area and you can stay in them too! Whether you are looking for an hotel in the Great Glen or a secluded, cosy self-catering holiday in Glen Spean, or a friendly bed and breakast in Spean Bridge surrounded by mountains, this could be the place just for you. The links on this page will take you to lists of accommodation providers listed in our Lochaber Directory. If you don't find what you are looking for, remember that Fort William is no more than an hour's drive to Loch Ness and much less to many of the locations on this website. There are also links to other sites at the bottom of this page. Wherever you decide to stay when visiting Lochaber, we hope you have a wonderful experience.
The Great Glen Way
The Great Glen Way begins at Fort William and takes walkers on peaceful and scenic route along the Caledonian Canal and hillsides of the Great Glen. From Fort William to walk takes you through Lochyside to the village of Corpach, then onto the canal bank which will take you past the village of Banavie, and then on to Gairlochy and Loch Lochy. over the 60+ mile walk there are numerous places of historical interest with big scenery. There is a good choice of accommodation and this page shows members of the Lochaber Business Directory who provide hotel, guesthouse or bed-and-breakfast accommodation.
in the Great Glen
often large vessels travel north through the canal
on Loch Lochy, in the Great Glen
visit here at Corpach
at Loch Oich, Caledonian Canal
on the Caledonian Canal
with Loch Linnhe in the distance
in the Canal at Banavie