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Nestling in the very heart of Glencoe, amongst the spectacular and majestic mountains of the Scottish Highlands, Clachaig Inn has been a source of accommodation and hospitality for travellers for over three hundred years.
Today it provides modern comfortable accommodation which is complimented with a traditional hearty Scottish breakfast - a really great way to start the day! The hotel has 23 fully modernised en-suite bedrooms with a choice of double, twin and family rooms. All have shower and toilet facilities, with some having a bath as well. Many of our bedrooms enjoy magnificent mountain views.
The MacDonald Hotel is at the foot of the Mamore Mountains, at the head of Loch Leven, providing a stunningly beautiful setting. We are on the edge of Kinlochleven, where the West Highland Way begins its climb towards Fort William. Whether you're walking the Way or visiting the Lochaber area on 2 or 4 wheels we can cater for you in our range of accommodation – 10 en suite bedrooms, cabins sleeping up to 4 and pitches for 11 tents. We welcome walkers, dogs, families and bikers (in no particular order!)
The Glencoe Inn, located in the heart of one of Scotland's most spectacular settings, Glencoe Village. This welcoming Inn sits under the dramatic shadow of the Pap of Glencoe, overlooking Loch Leven. A stay at The Glencoe Inn is all about traditional Scottish hospitality complemented by the nature and adventure that awaits you outdoors. The comfy and rustic inn will suit travellers from far and wide looking for a great base to explore the magic of Glencoe, walking the West Highland Way or climbing the remote Munros of Meall a' Bhùiridh and Bidean Nam-Bain.
The award winning Glenuig Inn is not only Scotland's exemplar green Inn, but the ideal base for doing things … set amongst stunning scenery perfecting located whether your passion is the hills or the water. Right by the beach on the Sound of Arisaig, we serve a full menu all day every day all year. Accommodation to suit everyone and we're dog friendly throughout.
Glenuig Inn runs on 100% renewable energy and generates minimal waste …. enjoy the great outdoors amidst stunning scenery with virtually zero impact to the environment.
Glenfinnan House Hotel stands around the bay from the tall Bonnie Prince Charlie monument on Loch Shiel, its lawn rolls down to the beach. The famous Glenfinnan viaduct railway bridge, used in several Harry Potter films, is a 10-minute walk away.
Today Manja and Duncan Gibson are extremely hospitable hosts - who will welcome you into the delightful Hall, log fire blazing. Attractive public rooms include a Drawing Room and a cheery Bar where traditional music is often played. As soon as you arrive at Glenfinnan House every effort is made to ensure your wellbeing.
Make yourself at home at one of Scotland s most famous Highland Hotels: The Ballachulish. Situated in a breath taking lochside setting at the foot of dramatic Glencoe, The Ballachulish Hotel offers a year-round warm welcome and comfort near Fort William. Whatever the reason for your break, be it romantic getaway, walking holiday or business trip, we offer a great choice of bedroom styles, many of which have outstanding loch views.
Almost afloat, the Isles of Glencoe Hotel and Leisure Centre nestles on the side of a peninsula reaching into Loch Leven at the foot of Glencoe. This friendly, modern 3 star hotel offers everything you look for on holiday.spacious bedrooms with loch and mountain-views and a relaxed atmosphere.
Ideally located on a picturesque loch side with spectacular views over Loch Linnhe and coastline, the dramatic Glencoe, the Morvern, Argyll and the Ardnamurchan peninsula..Rejuvenate in a truly memorable environment that is perfect for all occasions..Choose an individual bedroom design of your desire..Relax in our panoramic lounges to plan out adventures and endless activities including walking, climbing, golfing, fishing, running, biking, horse riding, sailing, canoeing and boat trips..A perfect base to explore the breathtaking Highlands and the West Coast of Scotland.
With its relaxed atmosphere, beautiful loch-side setting, dramatic views of the mountains, near to Glencoe, Fort William and Ben Nevis, and adjacent to the West Highland Way, this privately owned, family-run hotel has everything you could want for activity-based Highland holidays, or stress-free breaks enjoying the Scottish scenery and the fresh, clean air. The intimate, informal and relaxed atmosphere at the Loch Leven Hotel makes us particularly popular with walking groups, climbing groups, family reunions and so on. This is a wonderful place to get together, relax and enjoy yourself!
The Clan MacDuff is a friendly, family run hotel overlooking Loch Linnhe. 1.5 miles from the centre of Fort William - the Outdoor Capital of the UK. Ideally situated for walking Ben Nevis, the Mamores, Glencoe and numerous tracks, paths & trails. Our wonderful food, very comfortable accommodation, and the personal approach of our experienced team will ensure your stay here in the highlands is memorable. Ample free parking.
The Imperial Hotel is situated in the centre of Fort William, offering breathtaking views over Loch Linnhie and next to all the amenities of the town..All rooms are of a very high standard offering a lot of comfort and space..There are two bars in the hotel along with our award winning seafood restaurant..This hotel is highly recommended for every type visit may it be leisure or business.
Our hotel is situated at the foot of Ben Nevis on the outskirts of Fort William close to the ski slopes of the Nevis Range.. The leisure facilities are second to none with a 50 foot heated indoor pool, jacuzzi, fully equipped gym, sauna & steam room.. A warm Highland welcome is assured with friendly staff and relaxing atmosphere..Free Wi-Fi only in public areas.
The Lochailort Inn is a privately owned, small hotel & bar set amidst the stunning scenery of the West Coast of Scotland. Clean, comfortable accommodation, locally sourced, freshly made cuisine and friendly staff will ensure that you have a most relaxing stay. br /.br /.br /.br / Known to be open in the 1870s (and almost certainly much earlier as a drovers.inn), the Lochailort Inn was rebuilt in the 1990s and refurbished in 2011.
Nestled between Spean Bridge and Loch Ness on the road to Skye, amidst the glorious splendour of the Highlands, this magnificent hotel offers panoramic views, exquisite dining and free Wi-Fi and on-site parking.. Originally built in 1880, this former Victorian hunting lodge sits high above Loch Lochy and is framed by nine acres of mature woodland. Whether relaxing by the private lochside beach (complete with jetty), or simply strolling through the extensive gardens, the area cultivates a calming ambiance far removed from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Located directly across from Loch Linnhe, The Caledonian Hotel is situated 2 miles south of Fort William s town centre, known as the.Outdoor capital of Britain . From this spot there are fantastic views of the of the surrounding wooded hills and mountains to admire. While staying at the Hotel you are welcome to dine in our Restaurant choosing from our set-priced Table d Hôte menu, or simply relax in our comfortable lounge while enjoying the evening s entertainment.. Free Wi-Fi available in the lounge/bar area.
Privately owned and managed small hotel set amidst stunning West Highland scenery. Comfortable en-suite bedrooms, all located on the first floor. Spacious lounge bar serving light lunches, tea and coffee, evening bar meals from an extensive blackboard menu. Award winning fine dining restaurant with 2 AA Rosettes open for dinner only (seasonal). Located close to the National Trust for Scotland visitor centre and monument. Local scenery such as the Glenfinnan viaduct and Loch Shiel has been used extensively in the Harry Potter, Highlander and Braveheart films.
Celebrated as one of the most popular hotels in Fort William, the Moorings Hotel is a hidden gem, located just five minutes drive from Fort William town centre but a million miles away from every day hustle and bustle. Situated on the banks of the Caledonian Canal at the famous Neptune s staircase locks the location is perfect for a short stroll along the canal-side or enjoying a more strenuous walk along the Great Glen Way.
We are close to Ben Nevis yet only a ten minute walk to Fort William town center. Situated within yards of the finish to the West Highland Way, we offer an ideal base to explore and enjoy the huge variety of activities in Lochaber.. We provide lovely comfortable rooms with all the facilities expected of a modern Inn.
Alltshellach is a fine Highland residence, situated on the dramatic shores of Loch Leven, close to Glen Coe. With magnificent mountain views, excellent accommodation and a superb indoor pool, it is extremely popular with all outdoor enthusiasts.. During your stay you can relax in our comfortable lounges, enjoy a drink in our Highland Bar, or soak up the inspirational views from our indoor swimming pool.
The Alexandra Hotel is located in the centre of Fort William with shops, restaurants and bars close at hand.. Ideal for soaking up the apres ski-ing atmosphere in and around the town..You will have free membership at the Ben Nevis Hotel & Leisure Club.only 1 mile away.. A warm, friendly Highland welcome awaits you.
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The Arisaig Hotel sits on the edge of the sheltered Loch nan Ceall, in the small village of Arisaig, on the west coast of the Scottish Highlands.. The Hotel is an old coaching inn, built in around 1720..It has 13 rooms, all en suite, most of which offer sea views overlooking Arisaig Bay and out towards the distinctive shapes of the Small Isles of Eigg and Rum..Arisaig has a certain magnetic charm.a real lived-in village with a friendly feel.