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Bealach House Duror by GlencoeThe perfect place to stay in The West Highlands of Scotland for Dinner, Bed and Breakfast.

Bealach House is a small, friendly, luxury guest house offering superb bed and breakfast accommodation with award winning evening meals. Situated between Oban and Fort William, it is an ideal place to stay to explore this beautiful area of the west coast of Scotland including Glencoe, Ben Nevis, the white sands of Morar, Glenfinnan with its Monument and famous Viaduct and much more…

Double Bedroom at Bealach HouseEvery effort is made to ensure guests feel at home to enjoy the tranquil setting, excellent food and wonderful location, from your welcoming afternoon tea to the hearty Scottish breakfast before you leave.

Bealach is the only surviving house situated one and a half miles up a well maintained forestry track into Salachan Glen, it was originally a shepherd’s croft that has been extended over the years to become first a farm house and then into the large comfortable family home it is now. There are few places in this world where you can escape from the hustle of daily living but still enjoy the comforts of modern life – Bealach House is one such place.

Pine Martens

We are fortunate enough to have regular visits from pine martens who live in the surrounding area. These little mammals are fascinating to watch and our guests find them most entertaining. Recently one of our guests took a short video clip of one such visit.  You can see the video clip of the pine marten at Bealach House here.

You can now check availability and book online by clicking

the button on the left hand columnPine Marten

WINNER!!!

Good Hotel Guide
Scottish Guesthouse of the year 2009