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The Heathers Guesthouse
Bed and Breakfast: 5809

View of The Heathers from the main driveway

Nr Spean Bridge
Pets Allowed:   No
Smoking Allowed:   No
Special Diets:   Yes
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    Liz and Andrew invite you to experience traditional Highland hospitality within their architect-designed guesthouse, set amongst the breathtaking scenery of The Great Glen.

    Situated 5 miles north of Spean Bridge and midway between Ben Nevis and Loch Ness on the site of a former railway 'halt'; The Heathers enjoys a natural hillside setting, providing magnificent views over Loch Lochy.

    With four generous en-suite bedrooms - two doubles and a twin on the first floor and a ground floor single room, designed, if required, to meet the needs of guests with mobility issues.

    Spacious public rooms, tastefully decorated and featuring handcrafted period oak furniture, The Heathers provides that welcome touch of luxury and attention to detail, rightly expected of a 4 star guesthouse.

    Equally so, The Heathers' breakfast menu provides a varied choice of foods featuring fine local Highland produce, award-winning Inverawe smoked salmon and a wide selection of prepared fresh fruits, to ensure a mouth watering and satisfying start to each day.

    Externally, The Heathers sits centre stage in 3 acres of naturally landscaped private grounds, with ample parking facilities.

    Adjacent are decking and patio areas, facing towards Loch Lochy and bedecked with home grown flowers, during the summer months, provides ideal facilities for relaxing during the late afternoons and warm sunny evenings, before going out to dine in one of a number of good local restaurants and hotels.

    Coupled with Liz and Andrew's philosophy, of providing for others what they would hope to receive themselves, guests can be assured of a wonderful stay, in a central location ideally suited as a base for touring the Highlands and Islands.

    Or simply chilling out and enjoying the local area, famed for its outdoor activities including walking, climbing, cycling, skiing, canoeing and white water rafting (to name but a few), wildlife and both natural and historical places of interest.

    This property appears courtesy of ClickBedAndBreakfast.co.uk

    Guests' Lounge
    Guests' Lounge
    Dining Room
    Dining Room
    Double Bedroom
    Double Bedroom
    Decking and Patio Areas
    Decking and Patio Areas

    Pricing and Opening Times
    Seasons Open: Spring, Summer, Autumn.

    2009 Tariff:-
    Single Room bed and breakfast: - £38.00 per night.
    Double / twin room bed and breakfast: - £36.00 per person per night.
    Single occupancy of double or twin room: - £48.00 per night.

    Open each year from 1st April (or Easter if earlier) until 31st October.

    Family Rooms:
    Single Rooms:
    Double Rooms:
    Twin Rooms:
    Pet Facilities: Pets are not allowed.
    Smoking Facilities: Smoking is not allowed. The Heathers Guesthouse is operated exclusively for non-smokers only.
    Special Diets Provision: Special diets are catered for. Special dietary requirements catered for with advanced notification.
    Disabled Facilities: There are disabled facilities. Category 3 disabled persons single bedroom on ground floor.

    The Heathers Guesthouse is situated directly off the main Fort William to Inverness A82 Road, approximately 5 miles North from the village of Spean Bridge.
    From the South:
    Drive North from Spean Bridge, you will pass the world famous Royal Marine Commando Memorial and 3 miles further on the signposted junction to Glen Gloy.
    Stay on the A82. The Heathers is now 1 ½ miles away on the right hand side of the road.
    Watch for the white stones at the old railway bridge and signal right as you pass.
    From the North:
    The Heathers is located 10 miles South of Invergarry and lies just over 2 miles South of the Letterfinlay Lodge Hotel on the A82 Road. Watch for the sheltered duck pond on the right hand side of the road and signal left as you pass.

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