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Rent a holiday apartment, home or cottage in Spean Bridge: from £38 per night
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The weather in Spean Bridge
This is the climate diagram in Spean Bridge. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 19° February is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 0°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Enjoy Spean Bridge's history and hospitality at a holiday cottage
Nestled in the Highlands, surrounded by landscapes of snowcapped mountains and deep, sparkling lochs, is the village of Spean Bridge. Typical Spean Bridge accommodations are warm, cosy holiday cottages, perfect for soaking in the friendly, small-village atmosphere.
Hearty, warming meals dominate Spean Bridge cuisine
Spean Bridge cuisine is characterised by hearty, homecooked meals and local products, including meats, cheeses, and fish. The Bridge Café serves simple, classic meals, such as its famous Sunday roast, in a homey, comfortable environment.
A glimpse into Spean Bridge's long history
Spean Bridge's long and fascinating past is captured in the village's many historical monuments and museums. The Well of the Seven Heads, an intriguing monument set against a picturesque lakeside backdrop, provides visitors with a glimpse into the area's dark history.
History lovers can also pay a visit to the Clan Cameron Museum, an exhibition on the Scottish clan from the 14th century to the present day. Although small, it contains in-depth information, evocative stories, and well-preserved artefacts. Lucky visitors may even get the chance to meet the present-day chief of Clan Cameron.
Spean Bridge's unique wildlife and natural scenery
Spean Bridge's large variety of animal life can be observed up-close on one of the many tours offered by Wild West. Visitors can spot animals, such as the majestic red deer or the harbour seal, while cruising the vivid green landscape of the Highlands and the sparkling lochs by bus and boat.
Avid hikers can also trek one of the many trails through the nearby forests, including the Eas Chia-aig waterfall walk. As well as experiencing the peace and tranquillity of the Highland forests, travellers on this walk will be granted breathtaking panoramic views over the area's lochs and the rushing Eas Chia-aig waterfall, cascading over mossy rocks in a lush, secluded glen.
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