A haven of peace awaits you in The Highlands of Scotland.
Located 3 miles east of Spean Bridge and 10 miles north of Fort William, Roy Bridge (Scottish Gaelic: Drochaid Ruaidh, "the bridge over the Roy") is a secluded village set in the heart of Scotland. If you are looking to get away from it all and escape the day routine, you have found the right place! Quiet, peaceful and relaxing.
There are two pubs The Roy Bridge Hotel and The Stronlossit Inn, and a cafe Darwin's Rest in the village serving food. There is also a railway station and amongst many destinations, you can take a trip into Fort William, try the scenic journey to Mallaig or go to Rannoch Station or Corrour for some serious walking. Spean Bridge (3 miles) has a larger shop, post office, woollen mill with nice cafe, restaurants, and a challenging 9 hole golf course. Steam Train crossing Glenfinnan Viaduct Steam Train crossing Glenfinnan Viaduct, made famous by the Harry Potter films and Hogwart’s Express In Fort William (12 miles) you will find a good range of shops, as well as a Leisure Centre with indoor swimming pool and rock face. A good indoor complex has 10 pin bowling and a children’s play area and Fort William has an 18 hole golf course There are plenty of trips to take from here including seal cruises and trips on the famous steam train which appeared in the Harry Potter films. This is a great base from which to explore the lovely area which is ideal for walking or touring with stunning scenery, great wildlife and plenty of interesting places to visit close by. Around the village there are beautiful glens and lochs, such as Lochan na h-Earba which are easily accessible by road, bicycle or on foot. By the village is the wild and lonely Glen Roy, home of the golden eagle and red deer. Here you’ll find the unique Parallel Roads – evidence of the Ice Age 10,000 years ago, and site of the last clan battle in Scotland. Well worth a visit is the tiny local church of Cille Choirill, perched on the top of a hill with fantastic views of the surrounding area.