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We stayed here prior to trip on Jacobite train. Excellent choice as easy to get to Fort William station.
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 ...
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.
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.
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 ...
Stayed here for one night night during a week in July Friendly staff, clean rooms, comfortable beds, quiet building, hot showers, good kitchen facilities
Stay connected during your break in Fort William by staying in one of our hotels with WiFi. Lots of the accommodation options available – whether it’s a luxury hotel or a family bed and breakfast – have internet access in the room and/or reception areas. So, there’s no excuse not to keep in touch with your friends and family during your Scottish Highland retreat.
Fort William is known as the gateway to the West Highland Way, Ben Nevis, and many other Munro mountains in the wider Lochaber area. Its proximity to these scenic climbs makes it a popular spot for walkers and ramblers, who enjoy relaxing at the many fine pubs and restaurants in town after a hard day exploring the mountains.
Even if you are not a climber yourself, there is plenty to see in and around Fort William. The town's lovely location, perched on the shores of Loch Linnhe, ensures absolutely breath-taking views on a fine day without any difficult climbing required. Or, you can explore the ruins of Old Inverlochy Castle, which offer a unique insight into a slice of Scotland’s colourful history.
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