Tigh Mo Mhiann, formerly the village blacksmith's cottage, is an authentic traditional cottage nestling in wooded Glen Spean at the edge of the village of Roybridge. It has been tastfully modernised, retaining the timber panelled walls and real fires. Outside, weather-permitting, you can enjoy sitting in the garden which comprises about a third of an acre with trees, a long driveway and a flat grass area. Folding wooden outdoor furniture is kept in the large porch.

Downstairs are a kitchen/dining room, spacious sitting room, bathroom and glass porch. The bathroom and kitchen have varnished hardwood floors and were fully refitted in 2008/9. The kitchen/dining room has a heavy pine table to seat 6. The kitchen is equipped for serious cooking with dishwasher, double oven, ceramic hob, microwave, fridge, kettle and toaster and offers plenty of storage space. The bathroom has a bath and a separate shower cubicle.

Upstairs are the two bedrooms with Velux windows. The master bedroom has a double bed and the second bedroom has bunk beds plus a travel cot. The stairs in the cottage are narrow and steep and are unsuitable for those with reduced mobility. Small children should always be assisted on the stairs.

One of the sofas in the sitting room is a double sofa-bed to accommodate the 5th and 6th guests when needed.

Roybridge is an ideal base for exploring the West Highlands and Islands and is only 90 minutes by car from Inverness Airport.

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Roybridge is a small village with good connections to the main road network. It is also remarkably well-connected by rail. The is just 50 metres from the cottage and offers 4 trains per day in each direction (Fort William and Glasgow) plus the sleeper from London.

Geographically, it is close to the Great Glen and faces the "Grey Corries" across the River Spean.

There are some great local walks along and across the Spean and local spectacles: the (not roads at all) and are within an hour's walk. In the village, we have a and . Fort William, 12 miles away, offers great shopping. Local activities include mountain sports, fishing, canoeing, history trails and visiting distilleries.

Driving time from Glasgow Airport: 2.5 hours.
Train from Glasgow: 3.5 hours.
Driving from Edinburgh: 3 hours.

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The Ski season is from late December to around April. The last day of skiing in 2014 was 27 April at Nevis Range and 5th May at Glencoe. Snowsport operations are highly susceptible to wind and can be affected by poor visibility too. It is essential to pick the best days! You can find out about snowsport conditions on the Nevis Range and GlencoeMountain websites.

Glencoe on 5th May 2014 (last skiing day).
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The Small Print
A booking deposit of GBP100 is required. The deposit becomes a good housekeeping deposit which is returned to you, all being well, after departure.

Full payment is required 4 weeks before your stay.

The cottage is to be used only as holiday accommodation and can only accommodate those who are named on the booking form.

Smoking is absolutely forbidden in the house or in the garden.

The minimum stay is normally 3 nights (7 nights at New Year). Bookings can start and end on any day of the week.

The rental includes all linen, towels, electricity and solid fuel.

Heating is by a combination of electric storage, electric convectors and solid fuel fireboxes. The electric heating alone is quite adequate for most winter conditions, however most guests enjoy the atmosphere that only a real fire can generate. You may need to purchase firelighters and kindling.

We describe the features and facilities as accurately as we can. However, things get improved, replaced or just go wrong sometimes. If any facility or appliance is essential for your stay, please let us know a week before your arrival so that we can check that it is present and working.

Any of the following may lead to a deduction from the deposit:
Evidence of smoking in the house
Leaving the house unheated in winter
Disabling a water alarm or smoke alarm.
There is no retention of deposit for genuine minor accidental damage unless you fail to tell us about it

Things you should know
The West Higlands region tends to be quite wet and windy. You can be lucky or unlucky with the weather!

Midges can be troublesome, particularly around dawn and dusk from May to July. They don't trouble you if you are moving, but you won't want to stand still in a shady place during the midge season.

Hill walking requires suitable clothing and routine precautions. Please read this before going into the wilderness.

Walking through long vegetation in the countryside puts you at risk of sheep ticks. There are simple precations and remedies which you should read about.

Rates 2015 - 2016

Seasonal prices per week including all fuel, electricity, telephone, linen, cleaning etc.

Prices shown are for up to 4 people. There is an additional charge of GBP15 per week each for fifth and sixth guests.
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Short stays always welcome. Short stays are welcome too.
Tigh Mo Mhiann
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Action or sight-seeing? It's up to you! The area around Roybridge offers a wealth of opportunities.

Walking distance
Amble down to the Spean, or go further along wooded trails along the river and see Monessie Gorge.
Cross the river to access the Grey Corries.
Walk up Glen Roy to the Parallel Roads (ice-age relics).


Restaurants and pubs
The Stronlossit Inn real ales and friendly atmosphere
Roybridge Hotel - good pub atmosphere and weekend entertainment
Russel's Restaurant at Spean Bridge for fine dining
Crannog fish restaurant, Fort William

A short drive away

A full day out
Oban Seal watching Sealife Adventures - cruises - restaurants
Isle of Skye

Inverness area

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