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Great budget accommodation, easy to find and good location. Booked here for the night before starting the Three Peaks Challenge, spacious, clean and comfortable room, great breakfast. Easy and cheap to get to Ben Nevis by taxi.
This hotel is obviously geared to coach parties. We stayed here as a family during the Mod week. We were in room 104 which was advertised as the 'family' room. The room was very nice and very spacious. However, the hotel did not seem to...More
We arrived to a very friendly welcome,as it had been a tiring journey,we were given a room on the low floor,it was lovely and spacious ,we had a walk in wardrobe ,wow,the bathroom had a bath and shower and it had plenty of room ,very...More
After reading the reviews of this hotel only after booking with Alfa Travel, We were a bit sceptical and apprehensive of the hotel, but were willing to try it, on arraival w got a very warm welcome from the hotel management and all our luggage...More
We spent six nights at Croit Anna with an Alpha Coach trip in August 2017. We had asked for a ground floor room due to mobility problems but unfortunately ended up on the first floor. Had we travelling by car we would not have given...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.