This is a great location set on the edge of the village. Ria and Phill made us feel very welcome. Pure peace and quiet no children running around a real away from it all place. The grounds are in immaculate order very neat and tidy and well kept. The lodge itself was adequate with everything that you would need for a quiet stay. We were disappointed after paying £435 for a week we had to pay extra for electricity? .There was a dehumidifier that was full and needed emptying. The white goods are well passed their use by date with the noisiest fridge and rusty microwave. It is an ideal base to visit Glen Nevis and Fort William, Spean bridge is a nice place with a small supermarket and a great takeaway. I think our lodge must have been empty for a few weeks as the smell of damp was quite overwhelming. Overall we had a good time here just let down by a few small details.
Nice hosts, lovely setting in the woods, well kept grounds.
Expensive for what you get, Damp smell, extra for electric, worn appliances, could be cleaner, web site shows flat screen tv and three seater settee.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The perfect hideaway for two at any time of year. One-bedroomed lodges set in natuaral woodland on the banks of the River Spean. Tastefully decorated, comfortably furnished and well equipped, with double glazing, insulation and controllable heating throughout, they are ideal for copuples at any time of year. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Burnbank Lodges Spean Bridge, Scotland