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We stayed here prior to trip on Jacobite train. Excellent choice as easy to get to Fort William station.
Ideal for a midweek break , staff very friendly , good food especially breakfast buffet and evening dining in Main restaurant, location great for outdoor activities even although the snow has not appeared yet.
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 ...
A very nice remodeled hotel in a quiet area away for the noise and pubs, yet an easy walk to the train station and the center of town. Great Scotish breakfest and pub in the hotel. The hotel has been remodeled and is very classy.
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 ...
I only had an overnight stay and breakfast, but it was okay for my requirements. The room was more than adequate in terms of size. The breakfast was excellent.
There is no place in the UK that provides travellers with a more stunning and dramatic landscape and diverse wildlife than the Scottish Highlands, and if you happen to be visiting with your own friendly animal then you’ll want to stay at one of the region’s pet friendly hotels.
This northern area of Scotland boasts outdoor adventures that can be enjoyed solo or with your pet. Try trekking your way to one of the famed peaks of Scotland’s Munros, such as the country’s tallest mountain Ben Nevis, or enjoy exploring the traditional coastal towns like the fishing village of Oban, home to historical sites like Dunstaffnage Castle and Chapel, and the world-renowned Scotch whisky producing, Oban Distillery.
If you’re travelling with your pet through the Highlands then there are a variety of great pet friendly hotels you can choose to stay in, from luxurious four-star resorts to guesthouses and cosy three-star hotels. To book the right accommodation for you and your pet during your Highland vacation, be sure to use Expedia’s search tool.
Make your way to northern-most region of the UK, and enjoy all the natural wonders and history that this mythical land has to offer.