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On a recent bus trip to the Scottish Highlands, we spent 4 nights in a hotel on the shores of this loch. It was beautiful, offering many amazing views, primarily in the morning, but also as the mists gathered in the evening. Onich is a...More
Travel the length of Loch Linnhe for fine views. Not many stopping parking places but the the road from Connel to Ballachulish is hardly busy! We had misty mountains, sunlit Loch and moody mountains. Paradise for photo opportunities. Lots of places for coffee and snacks...More
Stunning scenery and a fascinating drive around the loch ~ the loch itself is captivating but the mountsins and firests that surround it are impressive and emotionally stirring: all one can expect from the Highlands.
We had the privilege to be part of a spectacular sunset on the shore of Loch Linnhe! It was a sheer beauty to stand there on the shore in silence, hearing the lapping of the water on the round stones and watch the orange sunset...More
We stayed here 2 nights during the west highland way walk and it was superb. Monika & her husband were very welcoming. The rooms and bathrooms were spotless and had everything you could need. The choice at breakfast was huge and Monika makes all the...More
We were fortunate to have a window looking over the loch and enjoyed the view very much. Beautiful sunsets and sunrises. Although we were there during typical Scottish weather, low-lying clouds over the hilltops, it is one many natural beautiful spots in Scotland.
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Hi James Just received your message. yes Fort william is the nearest town to the Callendonian Hotel, which has every shop, supermarket, bars and restaurant you would need on your holiday. I do recommend exploring the... More
Hi James Just received your message. yes Fort william is the nearest town to the Callendonian Hotel, which has every shop, supermarket, bars and restaurant you would need on your holiday. I do recommend exploring the sourounding area, especially Glenfinnan, time your visit there to see the steam train go past. Enjoy your visit to Scotland, oh and dont forget your midge spray, you will need it.