Holiday Lodges Fort William, Scotland
Rowan Lodge, Roshven, Sleeps 4, Pets Welcome
Rowan Lodge is located in a quiet woodland place only a short walk into shores of Loch Ailort. This part of Moidart is known as the “Pearl associated with the West” while offering spectacular surroundings and a good amount of wildlife. The property would make an ideal base for all attempting to explore this area more, or simply as a retreat for a real Wilderness Cottage getaway.
The accommodation during the lodge is perhaps all regarding the one degree, entering the property takes you into the sitting room with its dining area; this area is brilliant and spacious and enjoys views toward surrounding woodland. Your kitchen is situated near the dining location, and it is loaded with all the typical devices and gear. At the various other end the rooms, a double and a twin can be found. A bathroom finishes the facilities. Away from home has actually a tiny area of yard detailed with some furnishings.
The location offers much choice for visitors by means of tourist attractions and days out. Glenfinnan which sits within head of Loch Shiel is based only fifteen kilometers away, therefore the National Trust for Scotland has a Visitor Centre here. The center features an audio artistic show which chronicles the real history of this 1745 Jacobite uprising, and visitors are able to climb to your the surface of the well-known Glenfinnan Monument. From customer centre a viewpoint allows you to look at iconic railroad viaduct, that has showcased in many films including Harry Potter.
For a truly unforgettable day trip why-not make the Jacobite Steam Train from Fort William to Mallaig. The route has been referred to as among most dazzling railroad journeys worldwide therefore the surroundings en-route is awe inspiring. Loch Shiel itself stretches twenty miles south-west to Acharacle, and it is among Scotland’s biggest inland lochs. Boat trips are available, a particular well-known option being the Loch Shiel Eagle-Watch Cruise. Various other destinations in the region through the Glenfinnan facility Museum while the Carriage Diner, which has been transformed from a genuine 1950’s railway carriage.
Travelling west take the “Road on Isles” and see the pretty village of Arisaig and thriving fishing port of Mallaig. The interface may be the base for Cal Mac ferries, which work from mainland across towards Isle of Skye, and smaller countries of Muck, Eigg, Rum and Canna. The region normally house toward Mallaig Heritage Centre, while offering a good number of cafes, restaurants and shops, and as its a fishing interface then go to the harbour and buy a few of the local catch at Andy Race’s Fish vendor shop.
- Sitting space with comfortable sofa, armchairs, Sky TV, DVD athlete, CD Player, iPod dock.
- Dining area with table and seating for four.
- Kitchen with electric range and hob, microwave oven, fridge/freezer, washing machine/dryer.
- Master bedroom with double sleep.
- Twin bed room.
- Restroom with bath, shower over, wc, whb, heated towel railway.