Being only a short distance from Fort William on the A86 makes the ideal location for exploring the Highlands. The entire area is perfect for hill walkers, climbers and ramblers. Eight miles towards the town of Fort William is the Nevis Range gondola-style cable cart running to a restaurant 2,300 ft up Aonach Mor. This gives access to the ski slopes in winter and sightseeing and walking in summer with stupendous views of the Great Glen and the Inner Hebrides.
Stonlossit is easily accessable by road (A86) or rail. The Hotel is located only a short distance from Roy Bridge rail station, which is on the scenic West Highland Line.
Travel Directions by car to The Stronlossit Inn from M74 Glasgow, A9 Stirling and A82 Inverness
From M74 approach to Glasgow, take the M8 ( signed City Centre ) and follow directions on the M8 via Glasgow Airport towards the West, Greenock and the Erskine Bridge. Take Erskine Bridge ( toll 60p ), and follow A82 to Fort William. approx. 120 miles. Continue on A82 through Fort William and follow directions to Inverness. Continue on A82 to Spean Bridge, ( 8 miles ), take sharp right on bridge on A86 to Roy Bridge, 3 miles, the Hotel is on the left hand side on leaving the village.
From A9 Stirling
Continue on A9 directly from Stirling to Perth. The A9 will bypass Perth via 2 roundabouts. At both Roundabouts, keep left and follow directions on A9 to Inverness. Continue on A9 to Dalwhinnie, exit A9 at Dalwhinnie on A889, directions to Fort William. Continue on A889 (8 miles ) and join A86 to Fort William. The Stronlossit Inn is 24 miles further and 12 miles before Fort William. Look for landmark, Laggan Dam, 5 miles before Roy Bridge.
From Inverness A82
Take A82 with directions to Fort William. Continue on A82 approx 56 miles to Spean Bridge. Take sharp left immediately before bridge on A86 to Roy Bridge, 3 miles, the hotel is on the left hand side on leaving the village.
We wish you a safe journey.