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Old Pines Location & Activities

Owing to Covid 19 restrictions, Old Pines is closed until 25 July 2020, subject to Government guidance. Any bookings made for 2020 can be transferred to a later date for no charge or cancellation fee. Looking forward to welcoming you back soon!

The Scottish Highlands is the last remaining true wilderness in the UK. Home to the highest mountains, largest lochs, and most stunning scenery, Old Pines hotel surroundings are to be explored whether you are a cyclist, a walker, or just driving.

Old Pines Directions from Inverness

Old Pines Hotel is 65 miles or 100 minutes drive from Inverness Airport:

  1. Exit the airport on to the A96 and head south toward Inverness following signs to Fort William.
  2. At the ring road roundabout, take the second exit onto the B865 to Inverness.
  3. At the next roundabout, take the third exit onto Harbour Road though Longman Industrial Estate.
  4. Continue through the estate heading toward Fort William on the A82.
  5. Follow the A82 along the western edge of Loch Ness.
  6. Turn right on to the B8004 at the Commando Memorial.
  7. Old Pines Hotel & Restaurant is 300 metres on the right.

Old Pines Directions from Glasgow

Old Pines Hotel is 110 miles or two and a half hours from Glasgow Airport:

  1. Exit the airport and take the third exit at junction 29 on to the M8 toward Greenock.
  2. After 3 miles, exit at junction 30 and take the M898 toward Erskine.
  3. After 2 miles, follow the left fork to the A82 toward Crianlarich.
  4. Follow the A82 to Fort William, along the western side of Loch Lomond.
  5. Drive through Fort William following the A82 to Spean Bridge.
  6. Turn left on to the B8004 at the Commando Memorial.
  7. Old Pines Hotel & Restaurant is 300 metres on the right.

Local Activities

A selection of Scottish activities and unmissable Highland areas to be experienced within one hour travel of Old Pines:

We have our very own walk across the road from the hotel. The Highbridge Circular walk takes in the old Highbridge ruins, the site of Jacobite rebellion, the remains of the abandoned Gairlochy to Fort Augustus railway, the Commando Memorial, and the dramatic Spean Gorge. An hour and a half of easy, mostly-flat walking is the perfect way to rejuvenate the body, relax the mind, and work up an appetite for dinner.

  • Spean Bridge Commando Memorial
  • Old Pines hotel grounds and wildlife
  • Old Pines restaurant
  • Old Pines restaurant, main course
  • Old Pines driveway
  • Scottish single-malt whisky

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