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Quiet and beautiful location. View from suite 3 was awesome. Room was comfy and plenty of space. We explored the area hiking and site seeing. Breakfast was yummy downstairs. Only wish is that the restaurant was open later.
Great location: quiet, peaceful, close to Fort William center. The dinning room & patio have a beautiful view overlook a garden with flowers and the river. It's very conveniently close to bike and running trail. Hotel staff are very friendly. Checking in & out are very very smooth.
Cannot fault this B&B. Great location with all the amenities you expect and served as a great location to explore the highlands. The view from our room was beautiful.
We were looking for a one night stay somewhere with our dog, the cottage is lovely! Immaculately clean and fresh, great big room and fab kitchen dining living area with stunning views in the grounds of the Castle. The Castle is stunning and very high end but we were treated like VIP's when we checked ...
Nice reasonably priced hotel very convenient for the Corran Narrows ferry, which does mean there is a certain amount of noise when the ferry comes and goes. Our room was on the ground floor, very clean, comfortable and, strangely, quieter than the rooms on the first floor. Breakfast was good, but ...
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Discover dramatic tales of Bonnie Prince Charlie and the historic final Jacobite Rising at the nearby Glenfinnan Monument. Take in breathtaking views across Loch Shiel and glimpse the iconic Glenfinnan Viaduct, recognised across the globe from its appearance in the Harry Potter films.
Head south along the shores of Loch Linnhe to visit the striking (and often-photographed) ruins of Castle Stalker, perched dramatically on a small island within a tidal inlet. Astounding viewpoints can be found from the enticing cafe nearby as well as the general Portnacroish area.
Learn more about the engrossing history of this medieval tower-house on a guided tour, but these are seasonal and popular so make sure you book early.
Just outside nearby Appin you’ll find a burst of colourful blooms at the historic Kinlochlaich Gardens, part of Kinlochlaich House. This eighteenth century walled garden has an unusual octagonal design, wonderful woodland walks and an eye-catching variety of unusual plants due to the mild Gulf Stream climate.