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Stronlossit Inn, Roy Bridge

Roy Bridge, Inverness-shire, PH314AG, UK
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  • Free Wifi
    Free Wifi
  • Disabled Rooms
    Disabled Rooms
  • Private Car Park
    Private Car Park
  • Walk-in Showers
    Walk-in Showers
  • Golf in Local Area
    Golf in Local Area

Stronlossit Inn is a little authentic Scottish country inn style hotel, nestled in a picturesque highland village.  

Beverly SmithNational Accounts Manager
Rooms & Facilities
Facilities: swipe to see more
  • Free Wifi
    Free Wifi
  • Disabled Rooms
    Disabled Rooms
  • Private Car Park
    Private Car Park
  • Walk-in Showers
    Walk-in Showers
  • Golf in Local Area
    Golf in Local Area

Number of Bedrooms: 10

Parking Spaces: 40

Steps into Hotel: 2

Check In Time: 2pm

Check Out Time: 11am

The Stronlossit Inn is a cosy little hotel situated in the quaint village of Roy Bridge, 10 miles from Fort William. Enjoy everything you might expect from a highland hotel as well as a very special brand of warm welcoming hospitality.

Enjoy a choice of 10 cosy, comfortable and welcoming en suite bedrooms each with fluffy towels and extra bedding as standard. All bedrooms and bathrooms have recently been refurbished and are decorated in lovely highland rustic colours, mainly of soft browns and beiges. 

The extensive menu at the Stronlossit Inn showcases the local ‘larder’ and can be enjoyed either in the lounge or in the more relaxing restaurant. The bar offers over 80 Scotch malt whiskies and 3 real cask ales on tap daily all year round.

The Stronlossit Inn near Fort William offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year.



tick TV
tick Tea/Coffee
tick Iron/Board
tick Toiletries
tick Hairdryer
tick Telephone
tick Room Service
tick Cots Supplied
tick Wifi
tick Family Room for 3
tick Walk In Showers

Each of the 10 spacious en suite bedrooms at this Scottish Country Inn feature every modern facility, required by the discerning guest. With many personal touches to reflect the real home from home atmosphere of the hotel - many customers are delighted by its charm and become regulars.

Armchairs covered in warm fabrics add to the overall comfort of the rooms. Crisp white bed linen - a joy to sleep on, with plentiful comfortable plump pillows. Most bathrooms, en suite, have over-bath showers. The attractive toiletries are supplied by a local manufacturer. This, and plenty of white fluffy towels, add to the whole bathing / showering experience.

Family Rooms - the Stronlossit hotel has two doubles that can take ½ foldaway beds which are suitable for children only. These rooms will be on a request only basis. 

To book for Single Occupancy , please call 01357 529 129

Bar & Restaurant

tick Outdoor Dining Terrace

The food quality and service you will receive and savour at the Stronlossit Inn is inspirational. From mouth-watering Scottish cuisine promoting authentic natural flavours of fresh local produce in season to levels of comfort and found in all but the very best of Scottish Inns.

The simple, uncomplicated, totally consistent quality cuisine at Stronlossit Inn has won many admirers over the years, and continues to attract repeat local and residential repeat guests alike. 

The chef and his team will prepare your meal from a range of local Scottish highland produce, delivered fresh to the inn every day. Fresh fish, shellfish and vegetarian dishes are always on the menu.

Evening meal, Light Bite and Lunch menus are always available. 

Breakfast is served from 8.00 am until 9.30 am.
Meals are served all day until 9:00 pm.

Sample menus and wine list 

At the Stronlossit Hotel’s bar you’ll find one of the best selection of beverages, ales and malts, anywhere in the highlands of Scotland. Great drinks choices and friendly bar staff makes Stronlossit Inn, as well as being a delightful country inn a really refreshing place to drink – inside, or outside in the al fresco areas and beer gardens.

The warm and welcoming snug bar area extends to the spacious lounge. The lounge is beautifully light and airy, with plenty of comfortable seating – and real fires for cosy winter warmth too. Sit down, relax and enjoy the soothing music and great laughs. Friendly hassle free service, a real welcome, keeps you together and serves great drinks.

Location & Directions

Directions to Stromlossit Inn near Fort William

By Road:
From Inverness:
A82 all the way south via Loch Ness to Spean Bridge. At Spean Bridge take a left onto the A86 and the Inn is 3 miles along this road on the left.

From Glasgow:
A82 all the way north to Fort William, then Spean Bridge. At Spean Bridge take a right onto the A86 and the Inn is 3 miles along this road on the left.

From Edinburgh:
Take the M90 to Perth then follow the A9 North to Dalwhinnie. At Dalwhinnie take the A889 to Laggan, join the A86 road to Fort William and Spean Bridge and travel this road for around 20 miles, looking out for the inn on the right as you approach Roy Bridge.

By Rail:
Take the West Highland Line (Mallaig train) all the way from Glasgow Queen Street to Roy Bridge. The inn is 250 yards from the station, over the railway bridge.

Notice Board

Hotel Notice Board

Notice to guests The hotel is not open 24 hours. Hotel Doors are locked at 11:30pm
Things to See and Do
tick Walking
tick Horse Riding
tick Skiing
tick Cycling
tick Fishing
tick Shooting
tick Whisky Tasting
tick Golf in Local Area
tick Wildlife Watching
tick Climbing

Lochaber is, quite simply, a must visit for anyone wishing to see, experience and appreciate the very best of Scotland and its awesome diversity and beauty. From the most stunning mountain scenery in Scotland, to possibly the best and best quality range of outdoor pursuits anywhere in the UK, and certainly in Scotland – hence the term ‘The Outdoor Capital of Scotland’ – this remarkable area will leave you reeling in delight, and immediately instil a spirit of adventure.

Nestling under Ben Nevis, UK's highest mountain, is the busy town of Fort William. It is the gateway not only to the Lochaber area, but also to Skye and the Western Isles. The main highway runs through it, virtually South to North, following the Great Glen geological fault from Oban to Inverness.

Jacobite Steam Train
Fort William Golf Course
Traigh 9 hole golf course near Arisaig
A cruise on Loch Shiel
Nevis Range Gondola 
Highland Games or Gathering – notable Highland Games nearby are at Lochaber, Arisaig and Glenfinnan.

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