on Glenelg bay, guests will enjoy a stunning view of south Skye across
the sea and beyond to the southwest, towards the sound of Sleat and the
islands of Rhum and Eigg.
The lodge has it’s own private entrance and sliding patio door
from the living area, which leads to the sunny covered deck with table
and chairs for two to relax and enjoy the views across to Skye.
There is a private, dedicated garden area to the front with on site,
roadside parking on the single-track road, which runs through the village
The owners, who have lived in Glenelg for 20 years, make every effort
to ensure a comfortable and memorable holiday. The Lodge offers the opportunity
to unwind or energise, and can meet a variety of needs.
Over the past 4 years the accommodation and area has been to the delights
of many guests, therefore early booking is recommended!
Change over day is generally Saturday. Guests can fly to Inverness from
various Airports in England and Scotland, where a car can be hired or
take a bus or train. The owners will collect guests from the bus or train
(from Kyle or Shiel Bridge) for a charge should this is required.
The Lodge, Glenelg Facilities
Covered Drying Facilities Available
Indoor Drying Facility
Outdoor Drying Facility
Bed Linen Provided
DVD Player Available
Electric Central Heating
Electric Shaver Point
Extra Linen On Request
Flush Toilet In Unit
Heating Throughout Property
Hot Water Shower/ Washing Facilities
Hot water In Unit
Linen & Towels Supplied
Oil Central Heating
Property Heated Throughout
Wash Hand Basin
Wash Hand Basin EnSuite
Z Bed available on request
Getting There by Car
From Edinburgh: Take A9 for Inverness, turn left at Dalwhinnie.
Follow directions to Spean Bridge; turn right for Kyle of Lochalsh until
Shiel Bridge. After Shiel Bridge Shop, take left turn for Glenelg (10
From Glasgow: take A82 via Crianlarich to Fort William.
Follow signs for Kyle of Lochalsh via Spean Bridge to Invergarry. At Invergarry
turn left onto A87 follow signs for Kyle of Lochalsh. After passing Shiel
Bridge Shop, take left turn for Glenelg, (about 50 minutes from Invergarry)
From Inverness: take A82 to Invermoriston and turn right
onto A887, which becomes the A87 and leads to Shiel Bridge as above (about
45 minutes from Invermoriston) The lodge is located beyond the village
of Glenelg, past the local church and war memorial, first house on left
facing the sea.
Getting There by Railway
By rail to the station in the centre of Inverness from Glasgow/Edinburgh/Aberdeen/London.
For further information see www.nationalrail.co.uk. From Inverness station,
visitors can take the 80-mile scenic train journey to Kyle of Lochalsh
on the west coast of Scotland. Details can be found on http://www.kylerailway.co.uk
Getting there by Aeroplane
By air to Inverness airport, 10 miles from the city centre. Ryanair, BA,
BMI, Easy Jet flights are just some of the available flights to Inverness
from both European and UK locations. From Inverness airport, visitors
can hire a car and drive the 74-mile journey to Glenelg, travel by train
to Kyle of Lochalsh or by City Link www.citylink.co.uk bus to Sheil Bridge.
The owners will collect guests from either Kyle or Shiel Bridge for a
charge. Advance booking is essential. If you decide to take the bus from
Glasgow, Edinburgh or Inverness contacts City Link.
Getting There by Ferry
If guests are arriving from the Isle of Skye, try the famous Skye ferry
to Glenelg. The Glenachulish can transport up to six cars with 'standing-room
only' for foot passengers. It takes 5 minutes to cross to or from Skye.
The ferry crosses every 15 minutes when busy and every 30 minutes when
quiet during the following times.
No Pets Allowed
No Smoking Permitted
Email The Lodge enquiries & reservations: email@example.com