BEN MORE LODGE LATEST NEWS
As we have been unable to recruit any suitable seasonal staff, and will not be able to open enough days or hours to make the business viable. We have taken the hard decision to close Ben More. Having survived Covid in good shape it is particularly disappointing to have to close our otherwise thriving business because of lack of staff.
We would like to thank all our past guests, particularly those who have been regular visitors and friends. We would ask that you support the guest houses in Crianlarich, Inverardran House and Glenardran House to try and keep the tourist industry in Scotland alive.
If you have a booking directly with us you will have had an email in the last 24 hours. If your booking is through booking.com they will be in touch with you shortly.
We would like to thank our current team who have worked very hard to look after our guests in some difficult times.
Thank you for your support over the last twelve years.
A main stop on the West Highland Way, & on the main route to the Highlands. Ben More’s lodges are an ideal stop if you are walking, driving, cycling, fishing or kayaking. Bring the dog they are welcome in the bar & there is music most nights.
If you are looking for somewhere to stay, or stop for lunch in central Scotland we are on the A82 just outside Crianlarich close to Glencoe, Loch Lomond in the Trossachs National Park.
The landscape of this mountainous area is ever changing and always colourful, with the evergreen spruce and fir trees contrasting with purple and brown heathers. There can be snow on the caps of the highest peaks even in July, and the light has a quality all its own.
The area around Crianlarich is ideal for exploring Scotland at its best. 6 miles north of Loch Lomond, and within easy reach of Glencoe, Oban and Stirling. We are in the heart of the Trossachs National Park making this an excellent place to walk, and watch the wildlife.
Undiscovered Scotland says “Anyone travelling in Scotland will pass through Crianlarich sooner rather than later as it lies at the junction of two of the main routes from the lowlands to the north west Highlands.”