Where is Torlundy House?
Where is Torlundy House located? In the settlement of Torlundy, about 3 miles from Fort William the largest town in the Western Highlands. Fort William is considered the Outdoor Capital of The UK.
Fort William located at the head of Loch Linnhe, the south western end of the Great Glen. The Great Glen is a natural geological fault line running north east to Inverness a distance of some 65 miles by road. The Caledonian Canal, constructed by Thomas Telford, runs from Fort William to Inverness. Boats enter from Loch Linnhe, through the sea lock, at Corpach and after the passage through canal sections and lochs, including Loch Ness, exit into the Moray Firth at Inverness, taking to the sea again.
Torlundy lies in the shadow of Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the UK. Ben Nevis is part of the Nevis Range of mountains, all of which are dominantly visible from Torlundy House. Our views are quite spectacular on a clear day.
Torlundy House is located in a small cluster of houses in a valley know as Happy Valley, signposted off the main A82 Inverness road. Our well known “neighbour” is the world class Inverlochy Castle Hotel.
400 metres from the main A82 road we make a peaceful location for your stay. Apart from another couple of houses offering B&B all other houses in Happy Valley are family homes, and we ask our guests to respect their privacy.
Our Reviews page will show you what our guests say about their stay with us.
Signage and Travel to Torlundy House
Torlundy House is well signed from the main A82 road as there is a sign indicating the entrance to Happy Valley and our own B&B sign is located at the entrance as well.
You will find full travel direction to find us by all modes of transport here – Directions and Travel Times
There are bus stops at the entrance to Happy Valley to get you into town or on up to Inverness, Skye etc.
We strongly recommend you have your own transport to get the best from your stay with us.
If you are staying in Fort William you should make Torlundy House your base for exploration.