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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.
If you want to be treated like royalty stay at the Inverlochy Castle. The staff is superb and the castle itself is wonderful. Once you check in the staff knows who you are and is always there to help and serve. Silver and fine china at meals are the norm. Our room was very big and very comfortable. ...
We stayed here prior to trip on Jacobite train. Excellent choice as easy to get to Fort William station.
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 ...
Experience the best of the Scottish countryside with a trip to Fort William in the heart of the West Highlands. A picture perfect town in rural surroundings close to Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the United Kingdom, Fort William is an ideal destination for an active outdoor holiday by the banks of Loch Linnhe, or a relaxing break exploring local history and enjoying the peaceful atmosphere of the town's traditional high street.
The area of Lochaber around Fort William features a collection of charming villages and a range of family friendly accommodation including bed and breakfasts or small and large hotels with big rooms. The nearby Ben Nevis ski slopes are popular in winter while attractions like Inverlochy Castle and Glen Coe provide an opportunity to take in some of the magnificent local views and rugged Scottish terrain.
Local restaurants in Fort William cater for families keen to sample a taste of the Highlands with dishes inspired by local produce. The town provides a base to venture through the Great Glen or take a journey down the Caledonian Canal. Rent a mountain bike to take a journey through nearby forests or walk nature trails to enjoy the outdoors with your family. Every year Fort William hosts the Mountain Bike World Cup, an exhilarating event for budding young mountain bikers to watch.