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room was very comfortable double. very clean. not noisy had good sleep. plenty of toiletries and replenished daily. plenty of tea/coffee making facilities plus biscuits every day. my husband and I stayed for 3 days and had no problems at all.
It's more pricey then many hotels but the ammenties and room size make up for it. The food in bar, restaurant and breakfast was the best we had anywhere in UK hotels this trip. After hiking that hot tub feels like a million bucks. Boxed lunch packed for hikes are cheap, very filling and really fresh ...
The drive to the Loch Leven hotel (from Edinburgh) was unbelievably gorgeous. Once we got to the hotel, it was a little past our preferred dinner time and we were quite hungry. We had a delicious meal and felt very welcome. We had a loch view room, which I recommend. It's a great way to wake up in ...
We stayed here prior to trip on Jacobite train. Excellent choice as easy to get to Fort William station.
It’s easy to see why Fort William and Lochaber is an excellent place to meet and do business.
Fort William itself boasts not only the enviable title of ‘outdoor capital of the UK’ but also a prime location on the Road to the Isles, while nearby Spean Bridge is known for being the ‘crossroads of the Highlands’.
Due to its accessible location, Fort William benefits from excellent road and rail links from Glasgow, the Central Belt and indeed most major Scottish cities, linking them with the Inner and Outer Hebrides to the west.
Business centres, concierge services and high-speed wireless access can be found in many of the area’s business hotels. Choose from luxurious country house hotels more intimate meeting venues in the town centre using Expedia’s search tool.
Take it easy after a productive day’s work with a relaxing round of golf before dinner and drinks at one of the region’s fine restaurants. Fort William Golf Club is a challenging 18-hole heathland course beneath the lofty peak of Ben Nevis, while Traigh Golf Course distracts you from your game with magnificent sea views out to the ‘Small Isles’.
If you have some extra leisure time on your hands, why explore the Caledonian Canal and visit the remarkable Neptune’s Staircase or take on the challenge of walking or cycling the Great Glen Way, which follows a similar path?