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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 ...
My daughter and I only spent the one night but thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Our room was very clean with amazing views from our window and the bathroom was spotless. The staff were extremely friendly and breakfast was delicious. Would definitely recommend this hotel.
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 ...
Fort William, on the banks of Loch Linnhe, is the ideal place to stay when exploring the West Highlands. Surrounded by rugged and picturesque countryside, the town is close to the highest mountain in the United Kingdom, Ben Nevis, and historic Glen Coe.
When booking a hotel in Fort William with Expedia, consider the range of amenities available and the opportunity to enjoy an active holiday in the heart of rural Scotland. Hotels with pools in Fort William offer a chance to unwind with a relaxing swim before taking a journey through nearby forests, renting a mountain bike or browsing the unique shops on the lively high street.
At the start of the Caledonian Canal and close to Ben Nevis, Fort William is close to some of Scotland's most magnificent mountains, lochs and glens. Stay in a hotel with access to a pool or spa facilities and enjoy a touch of pampering and relaxation indoors before heading into the great outdoors for adventures. During the winter, the Ben Nevis ski slopes are a popular way to enjoy the mountainous terrain of the Great Gle, while in summer a boating trip on the loch allows visitors to take in the magnificent views of Fort William and nearby villages.