Self catering chalets in Roy Bridge, Scotland

The Little Houses offers 10 self-catering detached houses in Roy Bridge. The houses are set in 25 acres of woodland on the edge of the village. Our accommodation is 9 miles from the Nevis Range & is set in an excellent location for exploring the Highlands. The Nevis Range, Ben Nevis, Glenfinnan, Loch Ness, Isle of Skye, Oban, Mallaig & Inverness are within easy reach. 

 4 Bedroom Houses:

We let five detached four bedroom houses that sleep up to 8 people. Each house features: free-Wi-Fi & electrical heating throughout.

An open plan layout includes kitchen/diner/lounge area, one double bedroom, two twin bedrooms, a smaller bunk bedroom, bathroom exterior covered veranda. Each 4 bedroom house is approximately 70m2. We can accommodate up to 40 people in these houses for larger groups.

 2 Bedroom Houses:

We have 5 detached two bedroom houses that sleep 4 people comfortably. The houses have free Wi-Fi & electrical heating throughout. The houses feature an open plan kitchen/diner/lounge area, one double bedroom, one twin bedroom and a bathroom.

Our Location
A tranquil location in Roy Bridge within a short walk of 2 pubs/restaurants and a café & shop. The café doubles as a geo-park info centre for the famous special geology such as the Parallel Lines of Glen Roy. There is also an electric vehicle charging station in the village.

The village has excellent local public transport links. We are 200m from the railway station. The Caledonian Sleeper has a direct daily connection with London Euston that stops at Roy Bridge. Trains go to Fort William, Oban, Glenfinnan & Mallaig. Buses link with Spean Bridge & Fort William & Inverness.

Our site is set amid heath and birch woodland with great views of Beinn Chlianaig & the Grey Corries. Our woodland area is 25 acres that is ideal for an evening stroll or where children and dogs can play and enjoy the walking trails along the River Spean & River Roy. In high summer, the brave can enjoy a refreshing dip/swim in the local rivers. There are a variety of fungi, wildflowers and plants such as primroses and orchids. Wildlife is also diverse. Sika & roe deer graze close to the houses year round. Red deer can be seen in winter time. Birds such as chaffinch, blue tits, wood warblers, tree creepers, woodpeckers, woodcocks and buzzards can be seen. We have two resident wild ducks, 5 free range chickens and 3 ponies, Highland, Welsh and Shetland breeds.

Chequered Skippers are a very rare butterfly which is usually only found within 30 miles of Fort William, recently has been re-introduced in Northamptonshire. They can be seen on site in late May and early June.