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Everyone we spoke to was friendly and helpful. The facilities, especially the leisure club were very clean. We really enjoyed soaking in the hot tub, with wonderful views out of the windows. The breakfast was delicious! Wonderful pancakes and freshly baked croissants. The room seemed just a little ...
Ben Nevis Hotel & Leisure Club£63Ben Nevis Hotel & Leisure Club£63
The staff went above and beyond for me. The front desk helped me check my next reservation. The dinning staff made me a great cup of coffee while I was waiting. The food in restaurant was really good. I felt as if I was in a five star restaurant the service was so polite.The offerings where unique ...
Cruachan Hotel£82Cruachan Hotel£82
Fort William in Lochaber is associated with many of the great clans of Scotland and the surrounding area offers the opportunity to stay in an historic hotel when you visit the West Highlands. The town was originally based around a garrison of troops established by Oliver Cromwell. It is particularly connected to events of the Jacobite rising in 1745.
A stay in Fort William gives travellers the chance to delve into local history and to also choose a hotel that has a distinctive character and a story to tell. Historic hotels in Fort William and the surrounding area are an ideal base for exploring the nearby countryside including Glen Coe and Ben Nevis.
The Fort William area has many buildings of note including Inverlochy Castle and there are hotels that offer comfortable accommodation within locations with historic significance. The countryside provides a backdrop to an adventure in the Scottish Highlands as you learn more about this beautiful rural part of Scotland. Fort William is easily reached from main transport hubs in Scotland with travellers arriving to Glasgow, Edinburgh or Aberdeen airports before making their way to this welcoming town on the banks of Loch Linnhe.