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Lovely room ,clean , comfortable, bar food good variety and nice , plus a lovely restaurant right next door if u wanted something a little more special.
The Royal Hotel£86The Royal Hotel£86
Great place to stay , only down side no car parking , have to pay council parking next to 🙃
Corran House Guest House & Hostel£45Corran House Guest House & Hostel£45
These homey rooms are a short walk to the town center (and port and train station) are very nicely done, and the immaculate rooms are equipped excellent bathrooms. A generous breakfast is served in a sunny parlor.
Glenview Guest House£53Glenview Guest House£53
Stayed here for one night night during a week in July Friendly staff, clean rooms, comfortable beds, quiet building, hot showers, good kitchen facilities
A great stay with a wonderful breakfast. Facilities were caringly maintained. Recommend to those looking for a great country experience.
Achnabobane Farmhouse£78Achnabobane Farmhouse£78
Older character hotel with good food and nice little pub. The commando museum is not to be missed . Only a couple hundred yards to train station.
MiltonSpean Bridge Hotel£82MiltonSpean Bridge Hotel£82
Riveting history and breathtaking landscapes abound when you book a great value stay in Fort William and Lochaber.
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Few places can claim to combine the historic and the natural to more captivating effect than internationally renowned Glencoe. It’s surrounded by a commanding mountain range which includes eight Munros, attracting hillwalkers and climbers from across the globe. There are also pleasant woodland walks for those who prefer gentler trails.
At the Glencoe Visitor Centre you can learn how the landscape was formed and about the wildlife that calls Glencoe home. You can also find out about the historic events that befell Clan Macdonald in 1692.
Delve into more local clan history with a trip to the Clan Cameron Museum at Achnacarry. Trace the clan’s involvement with the 1745 Jacobite Rising, learn about the founding of the Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders and discover the role Achnacarry played as a World War Two Commando Training Centre, before visiting the famous Commando Memorial at Spean Bridge.