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This is a Shearings hotel so expect lots of elderly guests. The entertainment is also geared at this age group. But the rooms are adequate, the ones at the front have the view of the loch. It is a bit too far for most people...More
Excellent views of Loch Linnhe from the rooms at the front of hotel including the dining room and bar, good food with buffet breakfast and served dinner, friendly attentive staff, the hotel is ideal for touring the Ben Nevis / Fort William area,traditional entertainment.
Spent a long weekend as part of a Shearings break. Chose an upgraded room which gave us a lake view and refurbished room. Room was comfortable and the view superb.. heated towel rail didn’t work nor did the extractor [ room 214 ] , there...More
We stayed here on the =10th September with Shearings. Five day break First impression not good hotel looks a bit drab from the outside. But once inside its . Lovely.reception is very nice staff friendly our room 422 on the fourth floor was very nice...More
We stay at the Caledonian Hotel with Shearings from the 10th of Sept to the 24th of September & as usual this hotel delivers very good standards we stayed in room 104 which was excellent as I have health problems but this did not stop...More
Situated directly opposite Loch Linnhe, you can admire the fantastic views of the beautiful surrounding wooded hills and mountains from this hotel. Along with the dining room and pleasant lounge area, all front ...Morefacing rooms offer super views of the breathtaking Loch Linnhe. The comfortable lounge and ballroom host entertainment most nights, often with a distinct Scottish flavour which is perfect for unwinding after a day’s sightseeing or exploring. A number of rooms have been recently refurbished to increase the capacity at this popular hotel and there is a convenient lift that serves all floors. At nine miles long and over a mile wide and with Ben Nevis towering above, Loch Linnhe is one of Scotland’s natural treasures. The hotel is also just two miles south of the town centre of Fort William, known as the outdoor capital of Britain, and here you can explore the many small and interesting shops and museums. Less
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