Why stay at Cedar Lodge ?
1 Our holiday cottage is a very well presented property for a stress-free holiday
2 Our location is almost second to none – with superb views on our local mountains
3 The choice of outdoor activities in Fort William & Lochaber is immense
4 Climbing Ben Nevis or walking up the mountain footpath is a great experience
5 The steam train locomotive is a world-class day trip to Mallaig
6 Nevis Range Gondola provides a great mountain experience in complete comfort
7 Fort William is small Highland town with a good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants
8 Walkers are spoiled for choice with so many low-level walks and hikes in the area
9 Fishing on the River Lochy, Torlundy Farm trout ponds, Loch Lochy, Loch Arkaig and Loch Linnhe are not far away
10 We are here to offer advice and daily suggestions if you are stuck for day trips or activities. We can even offer you a sailing excursion on our own yacht based on Loch Linnhe.
We know visitors have a lot of choice when it comes to staying in self catering accommodation. We are pleased to welcome visitors from all over the world and enjoy helping you to get the best from your visit to the Highlands. So, when you book a stay in our Fort William holiday cottage you also get the experience of our extensive knowledge of the local area, where we also live and play.
The accommodation is modern and spotlessly clean and we take a lot of effort to present it to you at its best. Our location is just outside of the town centre so we get the benefit of living in a countryside sitting whilst at the same being only 10 minutes or less from shops, pubs and restaurants.
There’s an excellent cycle path and route which will take you safely into Fort William without riding on the highway.
Some suggestions and more information:
The Nevis Range Mountain Centre
Visit Glen Nevis waterfalls and low level walks
The Ben Nevis Distillery
Glenfinnan Visitor Centre & Viaduct
Arisaig’s fabulous beaches
Visit Loch Ness
Old Inverlochy Castle Ruin
Glencoe Forestry Lochan
Discover the Caledonian Canal (Neptune’s Staircase)