I booked to stay here months ago to take part in a nearby event. When that event was cancelled due to covid we decided we would still go and just do something else. However, we then noticed online that their bar and restaurant were closed so I emailed asking for a refund. I emailed several times over a few months, I have also called and left messages and nobody has ever replied to me. As I have had no reply I do not even know if they are still open and do not want to drive hundreds of miles to find out they are closed. They seem to think it is ok to take my money but not speak to me! Dreadful customer service and I will be taking this to the small claims court.
Just returned from spending a week at Inchree staying in a 4 bed lodge. Although small and basic the lodge provided everything we needed, was clean and well maintained, and good value for money. The site has great views of Loch Linnhe and the surrounding mountains and is ideally located for exploring this part of Scotland. We hope to return again next year.
We hosted a civilized stag do in the inchree bunkhouse. As best man, i was in constant contact with the manager and was always responded to quickly. I really appreciate the help given. The rooms were clean, the shared kitchen area was a great size for 16 of us. We were far away from other guests so we didn't have to worry about disturbing them. The pub on site was great too, good food and music.
Inchree is an ideal spot to stay if you are planning on climbing Ben Nevis. Myself, hubby and three friends stayed there for two nights early in the month. We were lucky to be given a chalet- three bedrooms, small kitchen and sitting room. Everything was clean and comfortable, but the bedroom was a bit cramped, with the bed right against the wall! The restaurant was good value- we had dinner there both nights. Food good and tasty but very busy and slow on our second visit. I had breakfast one Morning- coffee like water but fry was ok. At the end of the day you get what you pay for- a comfortable base for walking activities, no frills but clean and friendly. Would stay again and would recommend it to people who are walking Ben Nevis.
We stayed at Inchree Lodge for four nights during July 2019. Upon arrival we were greeted promptly and given the key to our room. We were very lucky as we were upgraded to a chalet (Glen Nevis) free of charge. The chalet was a good size with a small kitchen (kitchenware, toaster, microwave, kettle, oven, etc provided), dining area, bathroom and three bedrooms. Everything was very clean and comfortable and we had a lovely view in the distance over the loch and mountains. Towels, toilet paper and washing up liquid are provided too along with plenty of parking. The complex has a bar where drinks and food can be purchased. We ate in the restaurant once and the food was very nice and reasonably priced. The complex was in a good location – about a 10/15 minute drive to Glencoe, 20 minute drive to Fort William and around 45 minutes to Glenfinnan. There is so much to see and do in those areas. The Three Sisters at Glencoe is a must and if you are slightly adventurous you can walk up one of the Three Sisters to see the beautiful waterfalls. Fort William was lovely and has ample parking and some nice restaurants. In Glenfinnan you can view the famous viaduct, monument and we also did a boat cruise on Loch Shiel. We would recommend the Inchree Lodge (but a chalet rather than a budget room) and would definitely return if we were in the area again.…