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glenspean lodge games room



glenspean lodge games room



glenspean lodge games room




Conservatory Jacuzzi - Sauna - Exercise & Relaxation Room

Located at the side of the hotel, overlooking the woods and gardens, the conservatory is an ideal place to unwind after a hectic day sightseeing, hill climbing or skiing and snowboarding. Adjacent are the sauna and Jacuzzi, in an area recently refurbished and opened up for the use of hotel guests as a place to exercise and relax in a casual atmosphere.

Snooker Room

The snooker room is another area reserved for guest's use only and whether you are an expert or novice snooker player, we are sure you will enjoy the use of this room. In here you will also find a PC with internet access for hotel guests' use.


Glenspean Lodge is surrounded by 5 acres of landscaped gardens and woodland, with views across to the well known Monessie Gorge and down the Spean Valley to Aonach Mor and the Nevis Range. The gardens are open for our guests to wander in or sit on the terraces and enjoy a drink, particularly pleasant during the summer months.

A Little of Our History

The Glenspean Lodge was originally part of one of the largest private estates in Scotland, whose boundaries stretched up Loch Ness to Inverness and across the Cairngorms. Over the years, in the most part between the 1950s and 1970s, the estate was sold off to create smaller hunting estates.

Glenspean Lodge was a favourite with the 'hunting and shooting' set of the 1920's and 1930's. One of the estate's most famous guests was apparently King Edward the VII who visited the estate as a guest of Laird Mackintosh.

There are many stories to tell of the old estate. Laird Mackintosh's portrait still hangs proudly in its own little cubby hole. Guest books on display from years gone by tell of visitors from far and wide. The outbuildings still have a full garage and pit where the staff had to maintain the fleet of Bentleys left to pick up the rich guests when they disembarked at Tulloch or Roy Bridge stations from the likes of Edinburgh, Glasgow and England, who would then spend their time at Glenspean Lodge hunting and partying.

Those days are long gone, but the memories are still floating around the Lodge. Today, the majority of our guests are people seeking the splendour and solitude of the Highlands; adventure-seekers looking to enjoy hill climbing and mountaineering, sightseeing and travelling around this splendid and sparsely inhabited part of the world, or individuals just seeking a place where they can relax, enjoy good surroundings, excellent cuisine and a whisky or two.