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Only stayed one night on a coach trip but enjoyed our stay. Nice room, but at the back with no loch view. Really cheerful staff and good dinner and breakfast. Best of all was the accordionist who played and sang a great selection of mainly...More
Outside looks a bit drab but clean and tidy charming staff to be honest couldn’t sleep all night due to the noise of people moving around in the room above ours floor boards squeezing and toilets flushing and walking around the room all the time...More
We stayed in this quaint hotel deep in the Scottish Highlands. We were welcomed warmly and directed to our rooms which had everything we needed to be comfortable.
The hotel had beautiful views and facilities that suited us. The style of the hotel was a...More
We recently returned from a trip with Alfa coach holidays for 5 days.. We stayed on the 2nd floor and our room had a stunning view, however the décor was shabby and stuck in the 1970s. Bathroom was modern but the supply of hot water...More
The Croat Anna is sorely dated and a bit shabby--especially for the price, which, while not steep, was more than we paid for better accommodations elsewhere in the Highlands.
There is no lift. While we enjoyed the water views from our 3rd floor room, it...More
Response from VeronicaGorman | Property representative |
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.
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"2nd floor offers great views: Definitely ensure you book a first floor room if you have a mobility or health..."