We are located in the picturesque village of Onich, in an area of the Scottish Highlands renowned for its magnificient and varied scenic beauty.
Established nearly 30 years ago, and continually owned & managed by the Heron family, Inchree offers a combination of self-catering chalets, rooms & hostel accommodation, all complimented by an on-site Pub-Restaurant.
All accommodation is purpose-built and offers a high-quality, good-value holiday-base to individuals, couples, families, groups or clubs. (Accommodation open all year, except between 4th and 26th of December.)Inchree Chalets is a family-run holiday centre offering self-catering chalets at good-value rates. We are situated in a scenically magnificent part of the Scottish Western Highlands, midway between the Ben Nevis and Glencoe Mountains. (15 minutes to each.)
The chalets are tastefully decorated with attractive furnishings, and are carpeted & electrically heated throughout. Whilst compact in size, all have been extensively refurbished in recent years.
All chalets include: patio & picnic table, flatscreen digital TV, DVD player, stereo / CD player, fridge, microwave, electric cooker, kettle, toaster, cutlery & crockery & cooking utensils. Shower room with toilet, sink & shaver socket.
Free WI-FI in each chalet.
Situated at the rear of the site, the chalets are entirely separate to the on-site pub-restaurant and other accommodation.
Our chalets are rented on a highly flexible basis;
Short-stays are available all year. (Except New Year. 7 nights then)
Minimum 2 night stay. Minimum 3 night stay over Easter and in August.
Arrival and departure dates can be any day of the week.
Our Four Seasons provides a popular meeting place for residents, locals and non-residents.
With its informal and friendly atmosphere, you can sample the evening menu or if you want, just relax around the impressive log fire with perhaps a 'wee dram'.....
The evening menu is served 6pm to 9.30pm from Easter to end of October. Bar is open 5.30pm until late.
Inchree is situated 8 miles south of Fort William and 5 miles north of Glencoe, at the north end of Onich village, 200 metres off the A82 main road, in the hamlet of Inchree.
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