The School House, Glenfinnan, PH37 4LT

Per Calendar Month £1,000.00
  • Charming Detached Dwellinghouse
  • In Immaculate Order & Beautifully Presented
  • Stunning, Rural Location with Loch Views
  • Fully Furnished
  • Lounge
  • Kitchen/Diner
  • Dining Room
  • 4 Double Bedrooms
  • 3 Shower Rooms
  • Sash & Case Windows (with the exception of the Kitchen/Diner)
  • Electric Central Heating & 2 Wood Burning Stoves
  • Mature, Landscaped Garden Grounds with Patio Areas
  • Garden Shed & Wood Stores
  • Landlord Registration Pending: HIG-0210677-18
  • EPC Rating: G 12
  • Available for Immediate Occupation

Property Description


Peacefully situated in the desirable rural village of Glenfinnan and enjoying an elevated position with views towards Glenfinnan Church and Loch Shiel, the subjects for rental form a charming detached dwellinghouse, set in private garden grounds. Built in 1876 and run for 108 years as the village school, The School House is in immaculate order and beautifully presented, benefiting from the original sash and case windows, electric central heating and two impressive wood burning stoves. The property is fully furnished and is available for immediate occupation.

The historic village of Glenfinnan is situated approximately 16 miles west of Fort William at the head of Loch Shiel. It was at Glenfinnan that Bonnie Prince Charlie raised the Standard in 1745 and in later years it is perhaps more famous for its viaduct and setting of the school as featured in the Harry Potter movies. The village itself has a church, hotels and restaurant, whilst offering many outdoor activities including walking, climbing and sailing.

The accommodation comprises: 

Entrance Hallway

Lounge (“The Classroom”)


Dining Room

4 Bedrooms (2 Double, 2 Twin)

3 Shower Rooms


The School House enjoys private and well maintained landscaped garden grounds. A private tarmac driveway leads to the property and the spacious, gravelled carpark. A walled barbeque area and paved patio feature to the rear, whilst the remaining grounds are offset with mature trees, shrubs and bushes. A garden shed and double log store is also located to the rear.

Additional Information

The village of Glenfinnan offers several local attractions including the National Trust Visitor Centre, the famous Glenfinnan Monument, Loch Shiel Cruises and Glenfinnan Railway. Local eateries can be found a short walk away at Glennfinnan House Hotel, The Princes House Hotel and at the Glenfinnan Dining Car.

Travel Directions

Travelling from Fort William on the A830 ‘Road to the Isles’ to Mallaig for approximately 16 miles. On entering the village pass the monument and continue up the hill towards the church. Take the second private turning on the right where signposted The School House.