Creag Mhor Lodge Guesthouse, a family run Victorian lodge on Loch Linnhe built for the wife of the Bishop of Argyll & the Isles
Creag Mhor Lodge Guesthouse. A family run Victorian lochside lodge: built in 1890 as a private residence for the wife of the Episcoplian Bishop of Argyll and the Isles. Our Victorian property is located on the shores of Loch Linnhe surrounded by stunning scenery. We offer spacious en-suite rooms, exceptional service and value for money to give you a perfect experience.
We are a family run business and together with our experienced friendly staff we will do our best to make staying at Creag Mhor Lodge a happy memorable one.
Ideally located for an action packed holiday or relaxing break, we are situated on the main West Highlands tourist route, Ben Nevis and Fort William are to the north, the Ardnamurchan Peninsula to the West, Glencoe to the East and Oban to the South. Why not relax in our residents lounge whilst sampling one of our many rare single malts from our well stocked bar.
We have 12 letting bedrooms, of which 3 are family rooms which can accommodate 4 people. Our whisky bar is world famous for our being well stocked and having rare mature aged whiskys. We stock whisky from all over Scotland, many are discontinued or very difficult to source. We take pride in being able to offer our guests such a wide variety of old and rare whiskys.
We include a full Scottish breakfast in our tariff with various options.
North Ballachullish, By Fort William, Inverness-shire, PH33 6RY