Find out to get here by car from Edinburgh, Glasgow or Inverness. You can also take public transit.
A.90 out of the city past the airport, go over the Forth Road Bridge. North on M.90 to Perth. From Perth take A.9 signposted to Inverness (Perth ring road), pass Pitlochry and carry on to Dalwhinnie. Turn off and go through Dalwhinnie village on A.889. At the ‘T’ Junction after the distillery turn left on to A.86. This road leads directly into Spean Bridge via Loch Laggan. From Spean Bridge village turn right on to A.82 (signposted Inverness) Up the hill at the Commando Memorial, set the milometer to zero and carry on for exactly 4 miles to Riverside entrance. The entrance is marked by a long white wooden fence on the left hand side immediately after crossing the road bridge – marked Invergloy. Follow signs to “Riverside”.
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From A74 turn off towards city on the M.8. Bypass the city to the west, pass the airport and carry on to the Erskine Bridge. Cross the bridge, take A.82 west through Dumbarton and carry on north passing along the west side of Loch Lomond to Tarbet (look out for bagpipe maker’s shop). Turn right following A.82 to Crianlarich. Continue on A.82 through Tyndrum to the Bridge of Orchy; this passes through fantastic scenery to Glen Coe. Continue on A.82 to Fort William.
After Fort William on A.82 continue on A.82 to Spean Bridge. From Spean Bridge village continue on the A.82 (signposted Inverness) Up the hill past the Commando Memorial. Carry on for 4 miles exactly to arrive at Riverside entrance. Riverside is identified on the left by a long white wooden fence immediately after crossing the road bridge and marked Invergloy. Follow signs to “Riverside”.
From Inverness – Direct Route
From Inverness Airport take A.96 past the old battlesite of Culloden into the City of Inverness – capital of the Highlands – good for shopping, dining, theatre, etc. and the beginning of the Caledonian Canal. Take the main route via A.82 south alongside Loch Ness (look for the monster) to Drumnadrochit where there is the official Loch Ness Monster Exhibition. You will then pass Urquhart Castle on your left (built 14th century). Continue on A.82 to Fort Augustus crossing the Caledonian Canal by loch gates. Carry on south past Laggan Locks. After approx 8 miles along the shore of Loch Lochy pass the Letterfinlay Lodge Hotel on your right. Two further miles pass The Heathers Guesthouse on your left. You will then see a ‘P’ for parking sign on the left. You should then indicate right at that point and prepare to turn right into Riverside at the end of a long white wooden fence marked Invergloy.
There are no direct public transport links to Invergloy, the nearest Stations for both bus and train are Spean Bridge (5miles) and Fort William (15 miles)
Car hire is available from Fort William with a company called Easy Drive They will have the car waiting at Fort William rail or bus station by pre arrangement and you can arrange to leave it there at the end of your holiday.
The Great Glen Way
For the VERY intrepid traveller, we are located along the Great Glen way (on the opposite side of the Loch at stage 2)
See the walk route here http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/great-glen-way.shtml You would need a canoe/kayak to reach us but how fabulous to land your boat on our private beach to begin your holiday!