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First off, the waitress/waiter staff were very good, no complaints there. When we arrived on day 1, after a very long journey ( 11 hours )we climbed the stairs, as there was no lift, of which we were OK with but others elderly residents were...More
My friends and I went on this short trip with David Urquhart Tours leaving Stirling and heading for Fort William where we stayed 3 nights., dinner, bed and breakfast. Food which was quickly served was good and staff very friendly, helpful and efficient.
Waitresses waitors reception and room staff impeccable all ways smiling always happy to help. Oh missed. Bar staff brill too .I was with a bus tour there were 3 other tours in hotel too the staff worked very hard I arrived 31/08/2015 for 4 nights...More
Had a lovely break away at this hotel with travelsure. Hotel clean staff friendly and very quick service at meal times .Our room was on the first floor with a lovely view of the loch .Fort William is quite a walk away from the hotel.
Arriving at the Croit Anna is a depressing experience. Situated by the beautiful
Loch Linnhe it has a dreary dull and dirty frontage with broken tables and chairs and
unused concrete planters (at least 3 dozen). We paid for a Loch view which would have...More
$40 - $56 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Official Star Rating provided by the AA.
#1 Best Value Hotel in Fort William
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Fort William has many shops and the local West Highland Museum contains numerous fascinating Jacobite exhibits. The Information Office can provide a wealth of local information on walks and natural history or you may like... More
Fort William has many shops and the local West Highland Museum contains numerous fascinating Jacobite exhibits. The Information Office can provide a wealth of local information on walks and natural history or you may like to take a boat trip on the Loch. Perhaps you would enjoy a leisurely stroll along the loch-side, a trip on the cable car or a journey on the railway to Mallaig. If you are interested in taking the steam train to Mallaig it may be advisable to book in advance to avoid disappointment because it is quite popular.
Ben Nevis Distillery is open 9-5 weekdays and 10 - 4pm Saturdays in September. There is a bus service from opposite the hotel to Lochy Bridge where the distillery is situated. Takes around 30 - 45 minutes with one change from no.44 to 46 in Ft William then a 3 minute walk to the Distillery from Lochy Bridge.