Glendevin has 5 letting bedrooms which include one family room which sleeps 4 people, 2 double rooms and 2 twin rooms. All rooms have en-suite or private facilities. We charge a very reasonable supplement for single occupancy of any of our roomsAll rooms are tastefully furnished and have teacoffee making facilities as well as multichannel television. Most rooms have DVD players.Glendevin offers free WiFi to all our guests. Guests are also welcome to use the television lounge. Hairdryers are available in all rooms and ironing facilities are available on request. Children are always made welcome. Well behaved dogs are welcome by previous arrangement. Glendevin is strictly a non smoking establishment. Adequate off street parking is available.We pride ourselves on the cleanliness of Glendevin and also on the Glendevin breakfast which guests invariably comment very favourably upon.Glendevin is surrounded by woodland where the visitor can enjoy the sight of visiting roe deer, the occasional red squirrel and a variety of garden birds. The village offers spectacular marked walks which meander around waterfalls and through woods with views over Loch Linnhe to the islands. The lucky visitor may glimpse a pair of golden eagles in the distance.There is a small play park opposite the house and the stream and woods offer an exciting play area for younger children.
Directions from South to Glendevin, InchreeYou should be on the A82. About 12 miles south of Fort William, you cross the Ballachulish Bridge (wonderful views). The turn off from the A82 into our village of Inchree is almost exactly 3.5 miles beyond the Ballachulish Bridge.You will pass through North Ballachulish and Onich and you should see the sign for Inchree on the left side of the road and pointing to the right. Turn right onto the narrow lane (there is a telephone box on your right as you turn into the lane). Travel another 200 yards approximately and take the right fork. You should see Glendevin on the left after about 100 yards.Directions from North to Glendevin, InchreeYou should be on the A82. We are about 8 miles south of Fort William.About 7 miles after leaving Fort William you should see the sign to the Corran Ferry. The turn off from the A82 into our village of Inchree is about 1 mile beyond the sign to the FerryYou should see the sign for Inchree on the right side of the road and pointing to the left. You should also see a Glendevin sign on the left. Turn left onto the narrow lane (there is a telephone box on your right as you turn into the lane). Travel another 200 yards approximately and take the right fork. You should see Glendevin on the left after about 100 yards.
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