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Location

Ideal for a get-away-from-it-all holiday, the two wooden lodges are located in beautiful Glen Roy a little way beyond the end of the narrow public road, close to the river bank and natural deciduous woodland. Bohenie Lodges are 3km north east of the village of Roy Bridge.

Approaching from the east on the A86, Roy Bridge is approximately 30 miles from the junction at Dalwhinnie with the A9, the main Perth to Inverness trunk road. Alternatively if approaching from the west coast, Roy Bridge is 3 miles from the junction at Spean Bridge where the A86 meets the A82 Glasgow to Inverness trunk road. See location map below or click here for road map.

The picturesque village of Roy Bridge has a grocers shop, post office, two hotels (with public bars serving food), a village hall with frequent events, a railway station with services to Fort William, Oban and Gasgow and a regular bus service to Fort William.  The railway links to the West Highland Line steam service at Fort William. For motorists, Roy Bridge makes an excellent central location for day trips to the west coast, Speyside, the Cairngorms National Park, Inverness, Loch Ness & Urquhart Casle, Pitlochry and northern Perthshire. Close to the cottages are excellent views to Ben Nevis and Aonach Mor ski slopes to the west, and views to the east up Glen Roy famous for its parallel roads left by the ice-dammed lakes and glaciers of the last ice age.

Just 3 miles away, the village of Spean Bridge has a few pubs and restaraunts, a Spar convenience store, and a large branch of Edinburgh Woolen Mill.

Directions

On entering Roy Bridge take the road signposted Bohenie opposite the Roy Bridge Hotel and follow the signposts to Bohenie Lodges, approx 1.5 miles.  The lodges are located beyond the farm-yard at the end of this road in a secluded setting amongst natural hardwood trees on the edge of open countryside, close to the River Roy.  

Satnav

The post-code is not accurate enough for use with a sat-nav to find the actual location of the lodges so please just follow the directions in the final mile of your journey. You can use the following postcode for an approximate location which will put you on the correct road within a mile of the chalet PH31 4AN.

Grid Refs

The OS Grid reference is NN294832. GPS co-ordinates 56.9078 -4.8040. Use the interactive google map below,

The Famous Parallel Roads Of Glen Roy (Glacial Features)

Using the full screen google map link below it is interesting to switch on satellite view which allows you to see from above the famous parallel roads of Glen Roy (glacial features) 3km to the north of our location. If visiting the parallel roads in person there is a viewpoint accessible by car or bicycle on the other side of the River Roy at OS Grid Ref NN297853. Please note there are no crossing points of the River Roy apart from the road bridge in the centre of Roy Bridge village (an old bridge close to the lodges has fallen down but is still marked on OS maps at a farm named Cranachan)



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