Bed & Breakfast
Gold Standard Award By Visit Scotland
Due to the current effects of the Corona virus and the risks involved for ourselves, and the general public, we have decided to temporarily close Tom-na-Creige until the current outbreak has passed, therefore we will be unable to accept any bookings for our B&B until further notice.
We would like to welcome you to Tom-na-Creige, our pet friendly family run bed and breakfast.
John & Lesley Fisher Daly
Located in Onich, on the edge of Glencoe and just south of Fort William, the house overlooks Loch Linnhe and offers stunning views of Glencoe to the east and the Isle of Mull to the west.
Tom-na-Creige is an ideal stop-over for Skye, Mull and the Road to the Isles and a perfect base for enjoying the many activities the area has to offer, whether it be walking, climbing, mountain biking, watersports, fishing or sightseeing. In addition to the splendour of Glencoe and The Mamores, Ben Nevis is located just to the north, offering skiing in the winter months and the historic town of Fort William is only a short drive away. Onich is also the location of the Corran Ferry, for trips to the Isle of Mull, the Morvern Hills and the wilds of the Ardnamurchan peninsula.
And with such a lot to see and do, our hearty full Scottish or vegetarian breakfasts will be just what you need to keep you going for the day!
Find us and other hand-picked accommodation on the Secret Scotland Website where there are also touring guides and other useful information.
one twin bedroom, two double bedrooms and one family room (all en suite)
, each with tea and coffee making facilities.
View of Glencoe in winter taken from near Tom-na-Creige.
View of the sunset over Ardgour taken from near Tom-na-Creige.
View from Tom-na-Creige in winter
View of the Dragon's Tooth and the Beinn A' Bheithir horseshoe ridge across Loch Linnhe from Tom-na-Creige.