Great Glen Lodges offer quality self-catering accommodation in a peaceful and scenic Highlands location.

You’ll find us nestled in the Great Glen between Fort William and Loch Ness, in the region of Lochaber, the UK’s centre for outdoor activities.

Each of our five detached timber lodges enjoys a spectacular panoramic view of Loch Lochy and the hills beyond.

Our main gate opens onto the Great Glen Way, giving you a direct route to the two Munros just behind us or the area’s many less challenging walks.

At the bottom of our property, you’ll find private access to our own stony beach.

We take pride in providing a slow and quiet getaway as well as excellent service for our guests, many of whom return time after time.

We are dog and pet friendly, too!

  • “Had a fantastic week at the Great Glen in September. Ian and Claire were very helpful in all matters and offered lots of info on where to go. The lodges are ideally situated for the glen and the views are breathtaking across the loch. The great glen way passes nearby and its”... More

  • “My partner and I stayed here early October and we cannot wait to go back. The owners Claire and Ian couldn't have been more helpful. They provide beautiful, well maintained lodges in a stunning location, completely exceeded my expectations. Whilst you're here we”... More

  • “We stayed at Great glen lodges at the end of July 2013 with our 8 year old grand-daughter and our 20 year old son with learning disabilities and we all loved it!! The lodge was lovely and clean and well equipped, with spectacular views! We went with our first nights food for”... More

  • “This was our second stay in the Bramble Lodge and we will be returning again (hopefully soon). The lodge is spotless, comfortable, cosy and fully equipped. The laundry facilities on site are great and Ian & Claire are the prefect hosts. The location is just”... More

  • “Just back after spending a most enjoyable weekend at the Great Glen Lodges, Kilfinnan. This was our first visit and definitely not our last. A real gem of a find. The location and views over Loch Lochy from the lodges are to die for, just lovely opening the curtains”... More

  • “We could not fault the accommodation, everything we could have needed was supplied by the very friendly owners Ian and Claire. The location of the lodge could not have been better, on the side of a loch with a view of the hills. I was originally attracted to the lodge”... More

  • “you need for a great holiday.flat or hilly walks & cycles outside your door.Best part of holiday are the rare pine martens feeding several times each evening.we will return soon thanks Graham & Val jones Formby Liverpool”... More

  • “This was the holiday to remember, we were lucky to have good weather but the location and the log cabins could not have been dampened by bad weather. To chill out on the veranda and look at these marvellous views, watching the wild life which there is plenty and recharging”... More

  • “I’m one of those people that say I’m going to write a review then never get round to doing it but on this occasion I feel I have to because we have had such a good time. The Great Glen Lodges are fantastic (NOT to be confused with the Great Glen Chalets or Great Glen”... More

  • “Our stay at the great glen lodges was superb. There is nothing we could fault with the great glen lodges. The lodges are so cozy and warm , with everything you could need. Home from home! The beds are comfy and everything was super clean. The lodges are in a beautiful”... More

  • We've put new beds and high-quality pocket-sprung mattresses in the bedrooms of all the lodges. Several guests have since told us that they've had the best sleep they can remember,… More

  • We're pleased to have received a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for the two years running since we took over (2016 and 2017)! We can't quite figure out how to post… More

  • Hello friends! We are Brian Heys and Will Schroeder, the new owners of Great Glen Lodges. Claire and Ian have just entrusted the place to us, and we wish our… More