We’re now closed for the winter, but re-open on 12 February 2022.
You can make a reservation or check availability by clicking the link to our on-line booking system. Of course, you can also phone us regarding bed & breakfast stays and holiday rentals.
Rest assured that we will continue to take all necessary precautions against Covid-19. Our “We’re Good to Go” accreditation from Visit Britain recognises that we have put in place government and industry guidelines regarding social distancing as well as stringent cleaning and sanitisation procedures.
Although Spean Lodge is a very spacious house, it’s our policy to accommodate a maximum of just seven bed and breakfast guests. Social distancing is therefore not an issue, especially in our large breakfast room and guests’ lounge.
Please contact us if you have any questions about reserving accommodation at Spean Lodge.
Please also note that you will not be charged for cancellations that result from any further nationwide or localised Covid-19 lock downs.
Best wishes, Glen and Suzanne.
Visiting the Highlands for the first time?
Please contact us to discuss how to get the most out of a stay in this fantastic area. We can provide information on travelling to Spean Bridge, recommendations for day trips, advice about activities outdoors and indoors, where to eat and drink and how to keep your children amused.
Researching your ancestry
We can give our staying guests lots of information on the research resources available in the Highlands. Glen is a history graduate with museum and archive experience. He can help you begin exploring your family history or provide advice on how you can continue your detective work.
Wireless internet connection
The Lodge has free and fast wi-fi access everywhere.
Cyclists and motorbikers welcome
We have a lockable store for road or mountain bikes and private off street parking for motorbikes. There’s also a drying room for wet gear. We are always pleased to welcome Land’s End to John O’Groats riders and many long distance cyclists have stayed with us over the years.
Make tracks to historic High Bridge
A public footpath links Spean Bridge to the historic remains of General Wade’s High Bridge. This two mile easy walk meanders through oak and birch woodland and then continues high above the River Spean as it spills through an impressive gorge by the romantic ruins of the bridge. It was at High Bridge that the first shots were fired in the Jacobite Uprising in 1745. You will also have the chance to admire the spectacular mountain panorama from the Commando Memorial.