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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.
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...
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.
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!
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.
There is free parking at the 'Braveheart Car Park' (before you get to the motorhome/caravan site) and up the dead end road, just past the 'Lower Falls' car park, otherwise you'll pay to park elsewhere.
Glen Nevis has many trails off it which afford views of the Ben Nevis or Loch LInnhe. this is also where the Visitor Center is for trail maps. At the end is Steall Falls, which will give an impressive photo evenin the rain.
Allow time to wander along the beautiful flat river path from the Visitor Centre ... mountain views are continually changing, dappled light on flowing river, varied flowers, wildlife and birds .... very fresh air .. but use midge repellent!
There's a nice walk down the glen to a waterfall if you decide not to walk up Ben Nevis, the scenery is lovely and there's some places to eat along the way near the youth hostel also places to pitch a tent or motorhome
I have travelled to Glen Nevis on a regular basis over the last Forty+ years. If you go there during the summer please be aware the midges are terrible so some sort of protection is needed. do not worry about looking daft with a hat and head net, the only people looking at you will be those also wearing the same and also wearing a smug smile, or those wondering if you would sell yours to them. Go to the end of the road, there is a carpark there, walk beyond the carpark , follow the path it will eventually lead through to where the view opens up to reveal Steal Waterfall, one of the highest vertical falls of water in the UK . Before you leave the area, be aware you have also by now walked past a must see location, as the pass through the gorge is at its narrowest and you are quite near the water level look down to the huge boulders sitting over the water. These boulders show the effect of water erosion. it is possible to sit inside a rock looking at the river below, at high water the river will rise up through that hole and scour the cup in which you sit making it ever larger. If you are daring enough, the locals will tell you of a plunge pool were you can drop from the side of the bank into a deep pool twenty feet below