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Set in Fort William, within 7.5 mi of Ben Nevis and 1.6 mi of Glen Nevis, The Garrison offers accommodations with a bar and free WiFi throughout the property as well as free private parking for guests... Good service and very courteous and efficient staff, very nice room, and very comfortable bed and...
Located in the shadows of Ben Nevis and overlooking the picturesque Loch Linnhe, this hotel offers bed and breakfast accommodations 5 minutes’ walk from the center of Fort William. Everything was perfect. The modern designer finished interior design was a very good combination...
Moorings Hotel lies alongside the banks of the Caledonian Canal at the famous Neptune's Staircase. Could not fault this hotel. Food and staff great. Location and view from room awesome.
Ideally situated, Old Pines Hotel and Restaurant is a 4-star hotel with a relaxed, welcoming atmosphere and stunning views of Ben Nevis. Fort William is a short drive away. Could not compliment this place any higher.
Looking onto Loch Linnhe, the Clan Macduff Hotel offers scenic views of the Highland landscape, free WiFi in public areas, free private parking and a restaurant serving Highland cuisine. Good location, convenient car park, nice lake view
Located in Fort William, 7.5 mi from Ben Nevis, Garrison Cells provides accommodations with a bar, free private parking and a shared lounge. Everything was perfect. I didn't try breakfast though as wetherspoons do a good one and it's...
Inverour is a charming 19th-century guest house in the center of Spean Bridge, a 15-minute drive from Ben Nevis, Britain’s highest mountain. There is free Wi-Fi and free parking on site. Very intimate restaurant with great food
Located in picturesque Fort William, The Lime Tree An Ealdhain offers spacious accommodations in the Highlands of Scotland. It has its own art gallery, and an award-winning contemporary restaurant. The staff went out of their way to help us.
This family-run hotel in the West Highlands has good food and comfortable, basic rooms. It is close to Spean Bridge Train Station and 9 mi north of Fort William. Everything great food great service great staff
The Nevis Bank Inn is a 4-star hotel located on the banks of the Nevis River, 4 miles from Ben Nevis. Large rooms have private bathrooms and free Wi-Fi. Friendly, helpful, humorous, clean, confortable, delicious!
Croit Anna Hotel is located 2 miles from Fort William, on the shores of Loch Linnhe, just 5 miles away from Ben Nevis, Britain's highest mountain.
Offering a restaurant, The Caledonian Hotel is located in Fort William. Free WiFi access is available in the public areas. There is also an electric kettle. This hotel was easy to find, the staff were helpful and friendly, our room was clean and...
Located at the head of Loch Leven, the area surrounding MacDonald Hotel & Cabins offers some of Scotland’s most stunning views. Where to start! The location is amazing,,set right at the head of Loch Leven.
This hotel has a stunning setting in the shadow of the Pap of Glencoe and surrounded by the beautiful Ardgour Hills. It offers rooms with homemade cookies, free Wi-Fi and free parking. Location, amazing view, comfortable, clean, pleasant.
The Bank Street Lodge is a motel style property based in the town of Fort William. Rooms with private bathrooms are available on a room-only basis (no meals included). Coming from the states for the first time I was unsure about the location of things in Fort William.
Enjoying stunning loch and mountain views, West End Hotel in Fort William has a central location just 10 minutes from the train station. Seaside view is really nice, even winter days. Breakfast was above average. Good looking interior.
Bring several different types/layers of clothing. It was 24 degrees at the bottom and probably about 5-7 degrees, [& v. chiily], at the top with a thick mist and several large patches of snow. Great walk but the mist came in and spoilt the view. All three peaks conquered - alas on three separate trips.
A great walk. Wear very sturdy hiking boots, walking poles. The track is well constructed with a km or more of rock steps, a km or two of formed track and rugged and rocky towards the summit. Carry wet weather and alpine layered clothes. Don't forget extra food and most importantly plenty of water - you'll be sweating a lot.
It was beautiful! Absolutely worth finding a hike online and heading on up. Wear layers! Invest in a cheap (or not cheap!) poncho. Goes over everything and keeps the rain off of you! Got surprisingly very cold at the top of our hike. Bring water. I know there’s are all pretty obvious but just be warned it got chilly.
There is a good path to the top, but unless an expert, go in good weather and take the safety advice given from the mountain rescue people. If you go in the morning, or early afternoon, then you will be with a number of others going up and down .
I went up in June 2019 the weather was appalling, it was very cold on top so I would say to all those who think "I don't need warm clothes" are wrong work on this 'if you've got it you can wear it if you haven't you'll be cold'
1) If you go up Ben Nevis wear suitable clothing/footwear for the weather conditions (check the forecast first). 2) Take some food and plenty of water (For example: At least 2 litres of you are planning on going up to the summit and back on a warm day. It's thirsty work getting up there and back)!
Great hostel that didn't feel like a hostel, very luxurious, drying room for wet clothes, organised and clean kitchen to use, plenty of fridge space, free tea and coffee, large clean rooms and plenty of showers/toilets in corridor, large social area plenty of seating, amazing view and access to Ben Nevis. Would definitely recommend!
The staff at the reception and in the restaurant were very friendly. The bar has a basic patio facing the waterfront, which was quite lovely to sit in the sun and enjoy a beer after Ben Nevis. The beds were comfortable with nice firm mattresses. As said, the hotel feels old and tired but the rooms were clean and had all we needed.
A very well equipped apartment. Kitchen is loaded with packaged pastries, fresh fruit bowl, coffee capsules etc. and offers excellent appliances for self catering. Located near a quiet residential neighborhood. Close to Ben Nevis and other attractions. Very well kept and clean. TVs with YouTube and Netflix were fun to use.
This BnB was just lovely for our visit to Fort William and climbing up Ben Nevis. What stood out was the hospitality from the host Mandy - she made us feel very welcome and would go the extra mile for us. The breakfast was also tasty. Would happily stay again
Clean, well equipped and comfortable rooms. A far better option when compared to the horrid Ben Nevis Hotel down the road. It's a 8 minute drive into the centre of Fort William. The hotel is easy to find.
Check with the visitors centre at the base of Ben Nevis what conditions are like, start walking if suitable weather and ask walkers on their return from the mountain of their experience, and remember weather can change at any time during the day for the better or worse, lucky for me it was for the better.
Visited loch ness at Fort Augustu and Glefinon viaduct in heavy rain, but missed the cable car ride up Ben Nevis due to bad weather during our stay
climbing Ben Nevis was the most beautiful and unforgettable day of my life especially walking pitch black without any torch or lights or seeking help from any Mountain Rescue Team,it took 3 hours to climb and took me 6 hours coming down because I injured my knee...that was pure hell but a very unforgettable moment of my life I just cant believe how I manage to reach down to my hotel in such pain and agony,thanks God I'm back home and preparing back to work next week
Ben Nevis climb, Steam Train to Malaig, and an easy return trip to Loch Ness
I have been to Fort William twice around the same time of year which was at end of April / early May, it has been great conditions for walking up Ben Nevis both times. Starting at the tourist info centre car park it has been a very busy route both times but well worth the effort at the top. The first accent was into a blizzard at around 900m upwards but the second time was crystal clear Stunning and snow capped. For the last 20 mins to the top it was very very cold ( -5 plus another -5 wind chill) but back at the bottom it was around 14'C so don't be fooled. enjoy!
If going up Ben Nevis must have correct clothing and footwear and have a reasonable level of fitness as climb and descent can be gruelling for the first time climber . Would not attempt in winter without a professional guide. We began our climb from the Ben Nevis Inn which is a good place to start your climb particularly if it's your first experience of a mountain climb.