The Harry Potter film franchise is nearing completion with the final film in the series, Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows: Part 2, due to be released in July 2011. Whilst it is well known that JK Rowling wrote some of the books in Edinburgh and has now settled to living full time in Perthshire, what is fun for the fan and tourist alike is to visit some of the backdrops that were filmed in Scotland. The four Lochaber glens – Glenfinnan, Glen Nevis, Glencoe and Glen Etive have all featured heavily in the films. In fact the Glenfinnan railway viaduct is now known to children all round the world as the Harry Potter Bridge.

If you are looking to stay near the Lochaber area to explore these amazing glens, then nestled in a quiet glen in the shadow of Ben Nevis, you will find this Victorian Fishing Lodge. Built in 1870, this is a delightful large holiday house in Scotland that is ideal for groups of 14 people, who want a self-catering holiday house in the Lochaber area. Why not find out more today at Scotts Castle Holidays?