Sharon and Alan would love to welcome you to Lundie View B & B. The original part of the property was a Croft House and was built around 1850. Later in 1910 is was the village post office.
The House is set in a wraparound garden with stunning and ever changing views over The Great Glen. There is an outside decking area and garden seating, and a designated smoking area. You'll see lots of wild life - Deer, Pine Martens, and beautiful birds including the twice daily visit from an Owl. To the back of the property is the Aberchalder Forest, with high and low walks and a beautiful back drop view from the bedrooms. We have a drying room and bike storage.
All of our water comes from our own borehole. It's safe to drink as is tested regularly and tastes amazing.
All our rooms have 32 inch TV's, USB charging points, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, use of iron and ironing board, toiletries, towels and bedding.
Free WiFi, most phone networks receive 3 & 4G.
- 1 twin room with en-suite. Garden and mountain view
- 2 large double rooms with en suite. Garden and mountain view
- 1 Family room, double bed and day bed with pull out bed, suitable for ages 5+ ( sorry no baby facilities) with en-suite. Front Glen View.
Current Rates (B&B)
- Twin - £90.00
- Large Double - £100.00
- Family Room - from £100.00 (depending on occupancy)
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Located centrally in the Highlands on the A82, Lundie View is accessible to all attractions in and around Inverness and Fort William.
Historical Bridge of Oich, stunning walks along Loch Oich, the start of the Caledonian Canal, Cycle Route 78 and The Great Glen are just a minute drive, 4 minute Cycle and a 10 minute walk.
With Cycling, fishing, Kayaking, Canoeing and walking are all just on our doorstep.
Fort Augustus is just 4 miles away so a short drive or a nice walk along the Caledonian Canal. You'll find pubs, restaurants and Loch Ness Boat Trips.
A Little Further Afeild
Fort William, Ben Nevis Mountain range, Glen Coe, The Cairngorms National Park, The Skye Bridge and Glenfinnan Monument and Viaduct (Of Jacobite / Harry Potter Steam Train fame) are all with in an hours drive.
From Inverness Airport
1hr 15. A96 towards Fort William, turn right onto A82 (not A9 as some sat navs may direct you!) just follow signs to Fort William and stay on A82 all the way. You'll see signs after fort Augustus for Lundie View and Thistle stop cafe.
From Glasgow Airport
3hrs. follow signs to A82 and continue through the Trossachs national park, through Glen Coe, Fort William and then over the Aberchalder Swing bridge and we're on the right hand side next to The Thistle Stop Cafe.
From Edinburgh Airport
3hrs. Follow signs to M90 continue towards Cairngorms National park, then onto A9 towards Inverness, onto A889, onto A86, then onto A82 towards Inverness, continue over the Aberchalder swing bridge up the hill and we're on the right hand side next to Thistle Stop Cafe.
There are bus services to and from Inverness & Fort William. The Citylink 919 stops at the Aberchalder Swing Bridge (if we can, we'd be happy to collect you) just a 10 minute walk up to us.
The Citylink 915 runs from Glasgow to Fort William and then onto 919 to the Aberchalder Swing Bridge. For Edinburgh, take the 919 to Inverness then either train or City Link bus.