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Inchree Chalets, Onich, Highlands

Inchree Chalets
Onich
Highlands

PH33 6SE | View map

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Inchree Chalets is a family-run holiday centre offering self-catering chalets at good-value rates. We are situated in a scenically magnificent part of the Scottish Western Highlands, midway between the Ben Nevis and Glencoe Mountains. (15 minutes to each.) Inchree is a small hamlet, situated at the north end of Onich village, and is just 500 metres from the Corran Ferry, which provides ferry access to the beautiful Ardnamurchan Peninsula. The tourism centre of Fort William is 7 miles north.Each chalet has a twin and double bedroom, along with well-equipped kitchen, living room and shower room. From their elevated positons, each chalet has splendid views overlooking Loch Linnhe and the Ardgour Mountains. (See photos) You can enjoy picturesque forest, waterfall and beach walks from the doorstep.At the end of your day's outing, you can relax in front of the open log fire in our on-site Pub - Restaurant, open daily from 5.30pm until late. A menu is available from 6pm until 9.30pm, serving freshly-prepared dishes that make strong use of local produce. (menu not served Tuesday nights in September and October.)Free wi-fi and internet access is provided in the reception, and your hosts are available to provide as much information as you require on local attractions to visit, walks, tours, etc.

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