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We stayed here prior to trip on Jacobite train. Excellent choice as easy to get to Fort William station.
Stayed for two nights. Our first room was absolutely beautiful with a lovely view, however as they were heavily booked we had to change rooms and the old part of the house did not compare, although the beautiful old staircase and windows up to the room were stunning. Staff were helpful and very caring, ...
From trying to navigate to the hotel with help from the staff to every moment on the property, everyone was amazing! Superior to many hotels in the US. Rooms are spacious, comfortable and breakfast was fresh and flavorful. Stellar!
Everything was good; it proved to be good value. It's not a 5* hotel but what do you expect for the money? The evening meal was excellent. Well worth £22 extra. Breakfast was lovely too. Room was nicely decorated, en-suite was good. TV was small but good. A teddy bear was holding the remote control ...
Fort William is a truly idyllic spot, perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, keen-eyed wildlife spotters and those who prefer their holidays with a healthy dose of scenic beauty.
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Fort William is part of the Lochaber Geopark, a designation recognising the area’s remarkable geological heritage. Explore the mountains, rivers, coasts and lochs of this mesmerising region on walking tours, safaris, kayaking adventures, boat trips and more.
The ‘Small Isles’ of Eigg, Rum, Muck and Canna mark the western bounds of the geopark. These sparkling island gems each have their own special charms. Pick one to explore at your leisure or plan your very own island-hopping adventure!
Eigg is home to mysterious ‘singing sands’ and a great location to spot majestic golden eagles and marine marvels like whales, dolphins and otters. Rum boasts nature trails, its own mountain range and many ancient monuments including the impressive Kinloch Castle.
Spot elusive native birds like corncrakes and enjoy a delicious picnic on Muck’s secluded Gallanach Beach, before heading to Canna, a bird and wildflower haven.