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Spean Bridge hotel Welcome To Achnabobane Farmhouse!

From our vantage point, we look right out onto Ben Nevis, Aonach Mor and the Gray Corries. The location of Achnabobane Farmhouse provides an ideal central base for exploring The Highlands to best advantage.

Achnabobane Farmhouse Accommodation

All rooms are tastefully decorated to high standard and maximize the space available. The types of rooms we have are: -

· A Standard Twin (Room 3)
· A Standard Single (Room 5)
· A Standard Double (Room 4)
· And a Family Room combination (Rooms 1 & 2)

The Family room is a combination room consisting of a Single (en-suite) and a Double (Standard) with interconnecting doors. Both rooms have independent access. These rooms generally sleep 3 persons and gives great flexibility enabling a Single (en-suite at our discretion) a double en-suite (normal family room rate charged), a twin en-suite (again normal family room rate charged) or as a Family room.

All rooms have a mountain view, some to the north and others to the south of the Farmhouse.

Pets welcome, charges apply per dog regardless of length of stay.

Well Behaved Children are welcome.

High Season: Apr 1st – Sept 30th (excluding Easter & all Scottish & English Bank Holidays).
Children under the age of 3 years, half adult fee. All other ages over 3 years, normal rates apply.

Low Season: Oct 1st – Mar 31st (excluding Easter, Christmas, Hogmanay & all Scottish & English Bank Holidays). Children under the age of 10 years are charged at 50% of Adult rates.

We are open All Year excluding December 23rd - 26th inclusive.

Room Amenities
· Complimentary Tea/Coffee tray
· Vanity unit
· Towels & Toiletries
· Clock/radio
· Flat screen TV/DVD player in some rooms
· Some rooms en-suite
· TV with 'freeview'

Some of the things we can do...
· Secure Private parking
· Dinner/Supper available on request
· Early Buffet Breakfast available on request
· Vegetarian/Gluten Free (no Vegan) available on request
· Dinner/Supper available on request
· Packed Lunches available on request
· Drying Facilities
· Payphone
· Limited free Wi-Fi
· Guest Lounge with TV & Sky Satellite
· Pets by prior arrangement (chargeable)
· Pick up/Drop off transport available on request (chargeable)

Activities and Attractions
Journeys covering the length and breath of Scotland can be achieved from Achnabobane - with plenty of time to spend when you get to your chosen destination, within reason of course.

Previous guests have travelled as far north as Thurso and Castle of Mey and even across to Edinburgh, although they do admit the Islands, except Skye, are a little more tricky to 'do' in a day!

Or take the Road to the Isles (A830) northwest from Fort William to end at the fishing port of Mallaig. This is one of Scotland's most scenic routes, with both road and the famous West Highland Steam railway (of Harry Potter fame) running through a region of rugged grandeur.

Along the way, why not stop off at Glenfinnan where the monument commemorates Bonnie Prince Charlie's uprising stands in a setting of incomparable scenic beauty. Opposite Loch Sheil and the monument, is the now famous multi-arched Glenfinnan Viaduct.

Further on the great mountains give way to an equally stunning coastline around Arisaig and beyond. The beautiful White Sands of Morar that featured in the film Local Hero, are yet another draw to this spectacular region.

Alternatively, you can simply chill out and enjoy the local area, famed for its wide variety of outdoor pursuits, wildlife and numerous attractions and places of interest to see.

Achnabobane Farmhouse is easy to find on the Inverness A82 road between Spean Bridge and Fort William at the southern end of the Great Glen Location is clearly indicated by brown tourism signs and the thistle logo. Just follow the lane straight up the hill until you see a farm gate with 'Achnabobane Farmhouse' on it, open the gate, park on the right and come on in!

By Road:
Either via the A82 from Glasgow north to Inverness or A9 from Perth to Inverness and take the A86, through Dalwinnie, to Spean Bridge. There are Coach companies that pass through Spean Bridge and if you ask the driver, I am sure he will stop and drop you off at the bottom of our drive.

Car Hire:
If you need to hire a car, van or people carrier for your travels, check out EasyDrive in Fort William. They also operate in Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness.

· Stelios has been at it again, this time with cars: Easy Car Low Cost Rental
· Avis and Hertz car rental, available at all good Airports!

From Fort William:
Travel north passing the brown road sign on the left indicating Aonach Mor Ski Centre, past a low white building on the left side of the road, (easily identified by the painted black cow on the side of the building), through the double bend sequence and look out on the left hand side, for a brown tourism sign declaring B&B and a thistle symbol, in a field, a big sign stating Achnabobane, Red Deer, Trout Fishing, just beyond that is a lane to the left.

Clearly marked by a huge brown tourism pointer sign opposite the junction indicating Achnabobane Farmhouse B&B. If you get to Spean Bridge, you have gone too far!!

From Spean Bridge:
We are 2 miles south, on the way to Fort William. Past the Little Chef Restaurant on the left, keep a lookout for the small crossroads to Leanachan Forest (left) and Kilmonivieg (right), a bout 800 metres beyond that on the left is a huge brown Tourism sign warning of the turning To Achnabobane Farmhouse, 250 metres beyond that, on the left, is the brown Tourism pointer sign indication Achnabobane Farmhouse.

If you get to Torlundy, turn round, you have gone too far! Turn up that lane and keep going straight up the hill, past the house with a red telephone box on the right, until you reach a gate with our name on it! Open the gate and park up, sensibly please and come on in and say ''Hello''!

By Train:
From London Euston, through to Glasgow then onto Fort William, there is a Station in Spean Bridge. If you let us know, we can arrange transport to collect you from the Station but you will require a vehicle to explore the Highlands.

By Air:
This is probably the the most convenient method. Fly from any of the major airports to Inverness, Glasgow or Prestwick airports.

· If you research and plan your flights to take advantage of the various fares that Airlines offer, then hire a car at Inverness and explore the Highlands at your leisure. EasyJet offers the most competitive prices if booked in advance.

Email Achnabobane Farmhouse enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com