Bunroy Park Lodges
Scotland

Details for Bunroy Park Lodges

View over the fields from inside the lodge
Lodge Kitchen

Situated in the middle of the Scottish Highlands in Inverness-shire and within reach of Ben Nevis and Fort William is the delightful holiday destination of Bunroy Park.

Set amidst spectacular mountains and stunning countryside this is the perfect place to get away from it all. There is a selection of one and two bedroom self catering lodges to choose from. All lodges are positioned in a natural clearing right by the River Spean. Each lodge is fully insulated with double glazing and are luxuriously fitted out. The kitchen has all the appliances necessary to enjoy a self catering break. The two bedroom lodges have a double and a twin bedroom. Each lodge benefits from having a separate outdoor heated shed, ideal for storing bulky items and to dry off wet coats and boots. Well behaved dogs are welcome although they must be kept on leads while on the park. For those who would like to choose accommodation with a difference the park also has three logpods to choose from which can sleep up to four adults each.

This is a great area for walkers, mountain bikers, pony trekkers and climbers as the countryside offers something for all tastes and abilities. Golfers can try a round close by at either the 9 hole course at Spean Bridge or the full size course at Fort William. Anglers will love the fact that there are many choices of fishing venues in the rivers and lochs of the surrounding area where salmon and trout can be caught. Wildlife enthusiasts may spot a golden eagle or some red deer in the wildness of Glen Roy. Also there is an RSPB reserve at Inch Marches and a nature reserve at Craig Meagaidh to explore. For the energetic there is...

 
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Bunroy Park Lodges
Roy Bridge
Fort William
Inverness-shire
PH31 4AG
01397 712332
 
 

Further Details

Accommodation Type:  Lodges & Log Cabins
Beds:
  • 1
  • 1
Bedrooms:  2
Sleeps:   4
Speciality:
  • Pet & Dog Friendly

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