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The Roy Bridge Hotel

Roy Bridge, Inverness-shire. PH31 4AN

Web:- roybridgehotel.co.uk

Email:- roybridgehotel.co.uk

Tel:- 01397 712236

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Meals & Bar with Free Parking and WI-FI.

Full Highland or Continental Breakfast.

Accom = Room Only, for up to 2 Persons

>2 pax = £25 per person per night extra.

En-suite Bathroom = entered from Bedroom.  

Private Bathroom = external to Bedroom.

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Roy Bridge Hotel

(10 Guest Reviews)

Guest Ratings

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Review Summary

  • Rooms 3.0
  • Value 3.5
  • Friendliness 4.6
  • Cleanliness 3.7
  • Facilities 3.0
  • Service 4.2
  • Location 4.2

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Roy Bridge Hotel Information

Description

The Roy Bridge Hotel is a Traditional Highland Inn Located Deep in the Northwest Highlands of Scotland on the A86, close to the Nevis Mountain Range and 12 miles from Fort William. Continental Breakfasts can be ordered when Booking or on Arrival, we also offer Packed Lunches. The hotel is easily accessible by car or train and the Train Station is only 300 metres from the Hotel. We also offer Free Parking. Restaurant & Bar Meals are served daily from 6pm - 9pm. (10pm in the Summer) Menus can be viewed on our website. The Lochaber area is a fantastic destination for those who enjoy the many outdoor pursuits available locally, including Canoeing/Kayaking, Hill-Walking, Mountaineering, Mountain Biking and Fishing. It is also known as the Outdoor Capital of the UK. The Nevis Range enjoys great Skiing conditions during the Winter Season and is only 5 miles from Roy Bridge. It is a must for Mountain Bike enthusiasts and Walkers/Climbers throughout the year. The Mountain "Aonach Mor" boasts Scotland's only Mountain Gondola which will transport you 650m up the side of the Mountain where you can follow Mountain Trails to Panoramic Viewpoints. If those activities sound a bit stressful, you can just enjoy the magnificent scenery, take a gentle stroll in the majestic Glen Roy and observe the parallel roads, a geographical, oceanic feature. Guests can also relax in our Friendly Bar roasting in front of the Log Fire to plan the next days' activities whilst sampling some of our Traditional Ales and Fine scotch Malt whiskies, or in Fine Weather enjoy a Wee Dram in our lovely enclosed Beer Garden.

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Restaurant

Parking

  • On-site parking
  • Free parking

Children's Facilities

  • Highchairs

Dining

  • Continental breakfast
  • Cooked breakfast
  • Dinner

Activities and Experiences

  • Archery
  • Bird watching
  • Canoeing
  • Fishing
  • Fly fishing
  • Golf
  • Horse riding
  • Kayaking
  • Mountain biking
  • Rock climbing
  • Walking
  • Water-skiing

Policies

Check in: 17:00 till 22:00
Check out: 10:00
Child Policy: Children welcome
Smoking Policy: No smoking
Pets: Dogs welcome
Accommodation type: Hotel
Booking Terms and Conditions

Directions

  • Road from Fort William (12.0 miles)
    When travelling from the direction of Fort William ¦Travel right through Fort William and carry on along the A82 for 9 miles to Spean Bridge. ¦At Spean Bridge cross the bridge and (woolen mill on the right) and turn right onto the A86. ¦Continue for 3 miles when you will reach Roy Bridge. ¦Carry on through Roy Bridge and the hotel is on the right hand side – we are well signposted.
  • Road from Dalwhinnie/A9 (35.0 miles)
    When travelling form the direction of the A9/Dalwhinne ¦Turning off the A9 onto the A889 at Dalwhinnie. ¦At the T-junction turn left onto the A86 (signposted Spean Bridge, Fort William) ¦Carry on for 24 miles to Roy Bridge ¦The hotel is on the left on entering Roy Bridge.
  • Train from Glasgow Queen Street (120.0 miles)
    When travelling by train ¦Roy Bridge station is on the main Glasgow - Fort William line ¦The station is a short walk from the hotel ¦Advance bookings can be made through Scotrail ¦The excellent Caledonian Sleeper service calls at Roy Bridge - ideal for overnight travel to and from London

 
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