Glenfinnan House Hotel is located across the bay from the NT monument to Prince Charles Edward Stuart and just a 10 min walk from the famous Glenfinnan viaduct railway bridge.
What makes a stay at Glenfinnan House unique?
Beyond the monument Ben Nevis is visible, the highest mountain in the UK, while the famous Glenfinnan viaduct railway bridge, used in scenes from various Harry Potter films, is a 10-minute walk through the red deer dotted Glenfinnan Estate. This country house in Scotland is a fine stone mansion dating from 1755.
Attractive public rooms have a spacious living room, a beautifully decorated dining room and a welcoming bar where traditional music is often heard. Manja and Duncan Gibson are the resident managers who will welcome you to the lovely hall where a log fire is blazing in. An atmospheric array of paintings including an spectacular portrait of the 1745 Jacobite Rebellion at Glenfinnan hang along pine-paneled walls.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Glenfinnan House?
Bedrooms are individually furnished some with four-posters, spa baths and fantastic views across the loch or garden, no TVs or phones here to aid complete relaxation.