Situated in the stunning village of Glenfinnan, West Highlands, we've converted half of The Old Laundry into a gorgeous self- contained, contemporary living space. Half hour west of Fort William, Glenfinnan sits on the famous Road to Isles & the West Highland Railway Line. It's the perfect place for outdoor pursuits or simply enjoy the tranquillity. Historically associated with Jacobites & Bonnie Prince Charlie, this stunning backdrop also attracts fans of Harry Potter, Outlander & Highlander.
“With the beautiful views from the large picture windows in our very comfortable and stylish (yes it is possible to have both) accommodations of the Old Laundry, we almost hated to go out. But we did and we weren’t sorry. We had a delicious meal just across the street at the Glenfinnan House. It looks and feels very expensive but our meal was very affordable (yes it is possible to have both). The next day we had lunch in a retired dining car at the nearby train station. Luckily there were many beautiful hikes to burn off some of those calories. Next time we visit the Old Laundry we might just stay in.”
Reached along a tree-lined avenue, this cottage of comfort and character, originally the dairy for the estate, enjoys a secluded setting with its own garden.
“We enjoyed a fantastic stay at The Dairy House. The space is as described, clean and well stocked with all the amenities for self catering. Fresh cut flowers and stocked dry wood for the stove were prepared for our arrival. Communication was clear and quick and an easy check-in and out is always appreciated. I would recommend you do your shopping in Fort William as local shops are quite limited. Don’t plan to have phone or network access but this place is about getting away from it all, after all.”
An idyllic wilderness holiday lodge with 6 bedrooms, in the heart of the Scottish Highlands. Offering a peaceful escape, reconnecting with the great outdoors and its wildlife.
“Glenhurich Lodge is a fantastic home in a really beautiful setting in a remote area of Ardnamurchan. 5 well apportioned bedrooms sleep 10 very comfortably and a further single bed in a tight room allows for 11. A nice big family kitchen with a large dining table is perfect for breakfasts and evening meals. The lounge with wood burner is the ideal spot to retire to in the evening or to chill through the day reading. The surrounding landscape is great for walking, trail running and wildlife spotting and there are some spectacular views from the higher ground. Gordon (and housekeepers Marilyn and Cliff) were great hosts with perfect communication and the time to come and chat and resolve a couple of issues with the heating! Would recommend to all with the only caveat being for those who are nervous driving on single track roads as the Lodge is at the end of a long one that climbs over hilly terrain and back down at Polloch.”