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This beautiful former hunting lodge enjoys a spectacular location, set in 9 acres of woodland overlooking Loch Lochy. Perfect little diamond box. Ingenious food and drink offering. Cute, comfortable and clean accommodation. The surroundings of the hotel are amazing! We loved it!
Letterfinlay Lodge House has mountain views, free WiFi and free private parking, located in Letterfinlay. Everything. Just a perfect spot by the Loch in a nice quiet Area. 17ks from Fort William on the mountain side. Spacious and beautifully clean. Porridge pots jug and fridge it was perfect for us.
On the banks of Loch Lochy, this hotel features breathtaking views over the Great Glen. Watch the world sail by from the panoramic sundeck. The place is stunning, the view incredible, the restaurant great good and affordable, the people really nice. The chambers are amazing, nice... perfect place to be! I will for sure come back!
Set in Spean Bridge, 18 mi from Fort Augustus, Invergloy Riverside Lodges offers a garden and free WiFi. Everything was great. One of the best places we have ever stayed. Especially liked that it was dog friendly, the attention to detail of the lodge and the location.
Featuring a terrace, Ardlui Lodge provides accommodations in Invergarry with free WiFi and mountain views. This self-catered chalet features a garden and free private parking. Loved everything about the property, such a clean, cosy chalet With stunning views of Loch Oich Loved it so much we stayed an extra night! Fully equipped kitchen, bathrooms. Plenty of DVD’s and board games to choose from and information about the area with a useful guide on places of interest and places to eat
The property is situated in the banks of Loch Lochy with spectacular mountain views all round, which can be seen from the rooms and the outside deck. It is adjacent to the Whispering Pines hotel with a well stocked bar and restaurant offering an eclectic variety of quality Scottish and Asian dishes served by graceful staff. A short drive to Fort William, gateway to Scotland's highest mountain Ben Nevis, the road to Mallaig for Skye and the famous Glenfinnan railway viaduct of Harry Potter fame.
Beautiful lodge house and lovely scenery. Nice and peaceful if thats what your looking for. Not many eating places nearby so be prepared to travel. We went to the Corriegour restaurant only 5 minutes up the road. Excellent meal but take plenty money. We went on the Jacobite train, first class from Fort William to Malaig, we had fish and chips in Malaig eating outside in the sunshine.Top journey would do that again. Cable car up to Ben Nevis loved it. Bacon nutty waiting for us. We didnt starve despite not many restaurants around us. It was nice to get back to the the peace and quiet of Letterfinlay,open a bottle of wine and say cheers to the loch and the birds.
To be fair Letterfinlay is a small hamlet, really, on the way along the A82. No reason to visit specifically, but hotels in the area are well placed for further travels into Scotland in any direction.
Modern decor, clean and comfortable. Lovely decking area with view over loch. Did not know entry was by using key in a key lock to be opened by a code which was emailed to me on the day we were due to arrive. Probably more useful to have emailed me the code immediately after payment was tsken. It was a good job that I had been in an area with Wi-Fi coverage before getting to Letterfinlay..
We booked this hotel a week before, as we were surprising family in Fort William and couldn’t get a room anywhere in fort William, busy place! The hotel location was about 30 minutes from fort William which we knew before we booked so that was fine. Upon arrival we could hear voices behind the reception door, I had to ring the bell twice and even then I still had to go wandering to the bar to find staff to check us in, then all 3 staff came and stared at us while we got our keys. This made us feel quite uncomfortable. The rooms are pretty basic, we felt the whole place could have done with some TLC as the building was a great size. The room was freezing, only a small plug in heater, no double glazing which didn’t help and a very thin duvet! I’d have hated to be here any later in the year as I’m sure the temperature will drop significantly next to the Loch! The shower took around 10 minutes to heat up. Every creak of the floor boards and voices of other guests above and next door could be heard within the room. All in all not a great stay, and probably not worth the £150 we paid for 1 night. We won’t be back and wouldn’t recommend this hotel to family or friends.
There are no other places close by but we needed a spot halfway between Edinburgh and Skye so we could travel around and explore. The hotel has charm but it is short-staffed. The potential is there but management has failed them. Because of the location we had to eat there... the food lacks flavour and was very disappointing. Outdoor areas could be perfect but have been ignored. Inside is cozy and comfortable. Our bathroom was seriously outdated but the place was clean and dog-friendly.
Everything. Just a perfect spot by the Loch in a nice quiet Area. 17ks from Fort William on the mountain side. Spacious and beautifully clean. Porridge pots jug and fridge it was perfect for us.