The Whispering Pine Lodge
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The Whispering Pine Lodge

Loch Lochy Loch Lochy, Spean Bridge PH34 4DZ Scotland
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The Whispering Pine Lodge is a tranquil Highland retreat set against a backdrop of steep forested mountains on the banks of Loch Lochy. Enjoy the surrounding beauty as you stroll down the garden pathways to our own private pebbled beach. With an enviable location, just a short drive away from the town of Fort William, the Lodge is a perfect point for touring the Highlands. Once a hunting lodge, the hotel has been refurbished with a whimsical, eclectic decor yet keeping alive its riverside history.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Internet
Free breakfast
Canoeing
Hiking
Taxi service
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
Parking
Bar / lounge
Restaurant
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Complimentary tea
Special diet menus
Skiing
Fishing
Sun terrace
Room features
Private beach
Private balcony
Safe
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Flatscreen TV
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Non-smoking rooms
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Family rooms
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3.0 of 5 stars
HOTEL STYLE
Mountain View
Romantic
Languages Spoken
English

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Loch Lochy Loch Lochy, Spean Bridge PH34 4DZ Scotland
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Jill wrote a review Sept 2020
9 contributions22 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We had an amazing 5 days at the this beautiful Inn. The location is absolutely stunning and the Inn itself was so quaint and finished to a very high standard. Our room had a view over the loch and it was all finished in dark wood and tartan. The room was spotless and although no cleaning was done during our stay due to the pandemic we were advised that if we needed anything at all or anything changed just to let the staff know. The staff were so warm and friendly as well as very helpful. Nothing was a problem to any of them. Rick, Sol and Evelinitsa (sorry might not be saying it properly) were so attentive and accommodating. Honestly the hospitality is second to none. The restaurant has amazing views over the loch also, so wherever you are seated you have the perfect view. The food was just outstanding. I could have stayed there for 2 weeks to sample all the lovely cuisine! Breakfast also was very tasty. I will certainly be back and if anyone is going to Whispering Pines please also try their other hotel Rokeby Manor which has an equally beautiful restaurant without the views of the loch but situated in the countryside which is just as nice. The restaurant is called Emily's Byre and the food there was out of this world. We did benefit from the 50% eat out to help out which made it even nicer!
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Date of stay: August 2020
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
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G G wrote a review Sept 2020
South Lanarkshire, United Kingdom43 contributions13 helpful votes
+1
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Stayed here for 2 days as part of Wowcher but with an upgrade because I wanted a Balcony. I have a Disability and part of it is overheating, I need access to fresh air. The room was very warm until we realised it’s under floor heating and was set to 28oC . Our sweet treats from the shop had completely melted because we hadn’t realised the heat was coming from the floor.

The room was lovely, clean and comfy. Love the USB plug points. Hand soap was luxurious. Bed was extra large and super comfy. Plenty pillows.

The toilet didn’t flush well. No power in the flush. The balcony door twice locked so that you couldn’t open it, but the problem was sorted by staff after begging almost. (Turning down the heat wasn’t the answer. I wanted what I paid an extra £75 per night for the privilege of having a balcony)

The outdoor balcony has a drain but NO WATER GOES AWAY. It was raining at times but it ended up like a pond. Really need to sort this out.

On our last night coming back from The Jacobite Train, we were trying to go through the entrance, but there were about 10 people leaving with no masks on, chatting away with each other, I had to push by to get inside. Not happy about this.

The food was good quality and tasty. The only thing I don’t like were you got crisps with certain Mains but had to pay extra for French Fries. Crisps with Mains is a no no.... maybe with a lunch BLT.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Bazzaaaa123 wrote a review Aug 2020
Gourock, United Kingdom306 contributions37 helpful votes
+1
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Had passed this hotel many times en route to Skye and knew it had been refurbished. The hotel is immaculate after the refit and has a fantastic deck overlooking the loch. Some rooms also have their own balconies but are more expensive. We booked two nights one with dinner for £200. The room we had was 24 and was a good size with a shower on the end of the hotel on the road side but as new windows were installed no road noise. The bar was a little pricey and out of stock of items due to covid. The evening meal was nice although the menu is very Indian based and spicy which should be reviewed. The breakfast looks like it was buffet style but was table served when we visited. It was busy after 9 so took a while to get it but it was very nice. Overall enjoyed the hotel even if you have to travel to fort William for anywhere else. Next time will book on the train trip to mallaig on the Harry Potter train as it looks great day out.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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TouringScotsGirl wrote a review Sept 2020
Scotland, United Kingdom401 contributions84 helpful votes
+1
3.0 of 5 bubbles
This hotel came to my attention through an Itison deal, however, as I couldn’t get the dates required I paid the premium price through direct booking on a b&b basis, booking a balcony superior room to ensure we had some private space to enjoy the views should we feel they were not managing the Covid secure rules. We were grateful of the private outdoor space. I think as looking for somewhere a little special to enjoy hubby’s belated special birthday. Firstly I emailed and explained it was a special birthday stay and asked if anything special could be arranged such as champagne in room etc. Just to be clear I did expect to pay for it and not looking for a freebie but they didn’t even respond. However, on check in they acknowledged that was a special birthday so I am left a little confused!
Staying away from home during a pandemic was somewhat daunting, however, I ensured we stayed midweek and after schools in Scotland returned to limit risk. Unfortunately my feeling on our first evening in the small restaurant, a Tuesday was, it was a little busy and I was relieved to find that we were ready to leave when a table of 6 were placed directly beside us! Not quite socially distanced enough to be honest. Breakfast on our first morning was a joke! You would think it was honestly their first time doing service under the new conditions. It is 100% table service, but waiting 25 minutes to be asked if you even want drinks, orange juice included was a bit too long! Then when a small basket of pastries is brought, no napkins, no side plates and having to ask repeatedly for things that should just be given makes you feel like you are being a pain! But then finally when the hot food ordered arrives without cutlery, we were glad to get out for the day and put this behind us! Glad to say second day breakfast service was improved! We enjoyed two evening meals in the restaurant as there are no other options within walking distance. As per previous reviews it is very Indian themed but plenty choice and hubby enjoyed lots of fish dishes. The food was of a really good standard but at a premium price. Now drinks.....let me be honest here - remember we stayed on a Tuesday and a Wednesday evening. BUT I would expect any establishment where guests are paying around £200 a night to have access to an extensive list of drinks. So NO tonic for gin! NO Malbec red wine! NO Sauvignon Blanc White Wine! NO Prosecco! Absolutely ridiculous! Oh and don’t try and add anything onto your room, they don’t do that! We enjoyed our terrace, we were glad to have it, we enjoyed the little pebble beach, BUT we didn’t enjoy the waiter who didn’t know when to stop with the joke of everything I tried to order not being available.....so much so I had to explain that when he refused me an orange juice with breakfast (he thought he was being funny - I didn’t) to the other guests next to us it was a long winded joke now! Would we stay again, no! I think my reasons are clear. A real shame as it was a beautiful location with so much to do and see around but when you are charged a premium price you expect a premium product!
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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DayTrip755806 wrote a review Oct 2020
9 contributions
+1
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Just back from visiting this establishment and it did not disappoint!
Considering the current restrictions, the hotel has dealt suitably well with the inconveniences COVID has brought on.
I visited with my partner using a Wowcher deal which included 2 nights stay, bed n breakfast and an evening two course meal for 2 with glasses of wine included.
The hotel itself is beautifully located on the side of Loch Lochy which is an exquisite view in itself.
Upon arrival we were greeted warmly and our temperature taken as guidelines advise. The room was extremely spacious with a massive bed. Large and clean bathroom too. All areas of the room were spotless and not stingy with the tea/coffee/water.
We had dinner (out with our deal) on the first night and the menu was varied with plenty to choose from. The prices (IMHO) were a tad pricey for some of the options - £16 for Stovies? I’m Scottish and I know full well that Stovies, which is effectively a corned beef hash type meal does not require that price to make; but they have hotel to keep going so I can understand that they might try and con the tourists from out of Scotland.
The food in itself was beautifully prepared and tasted delicious. The serving staff are second to none! Polite, courteous and couldn’t do enough for you and all with a smile.
The hotel is a great base to explore the surrounding areas of Fort William, Glenfinnan and Fort Augustus and there’s plenty to see and do.
Seeing that the hotel has a fabulous veranda overlooking the Loch and the current restrictions require alcohol to be consumed outside, I assumed that the hotel would have an awning or canopies to cover us thirsty tourists; but no. Fort William is the wettest place in Scotland, so I think the hotel should really be putting in more effort to get covering whilst the alcohol outside rule is in place. Very disappointing.
On the Saturday night we used our included meal deal. The meal deal is from a smaller menu, which wasn’t a problem as there were still great options. As the alcohol rule was on, we swapped the wine for soft drinks.
Now this is going to be my one major complaint - the night before at our meal we were asked if we wanted water for the table, which we got in a jug (obvs tap water) free of charge. On the Saturday night we were asked same and given a glass bottle of Strathmore. Upon leaving the table after eating on Saturday, we were told we had been billed for the water?!?!?!! Table water free when paying full price but billed when getting the deal? And at £4.50 for a bottle of water, I think that’s pretty cheeky.
Apart from that wee bugbear; we had a wonderful weekend here.
Thanks to all staff at Whispering Pine for a lovely stay.
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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ABWHtravels wrote a review Aug 2020
Glasgow, United Kingdom7 contributions9 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed at The Whispering Pine Lodge this week for two nights. Booked on an Itison voucher, however we decided before staying to upgrade to a Loch view room with balcony. The voucher also included breakfast both mornings and dinner on the first evening.
The hotel looks to have been recently refurbished and feels fresh and clean. Our room was large and comfortable with an absolutely stunning view (definitely worth the upgrade fee!).
They are also taking Covid seriously with temperature checks on arrival, hand sanitizer etc.
The food was of a very high standard both for breakfast and dinner. The restaurant also has an amazing view out across the Loch (see attached photo). However we did find the service to be a little haphazard and disorganised. One of the waiters mentioned to us that they are quite understaffed at the moment due to Covid, so I’m sure when they bring more people on it will improve.
I also had a pedicure at the spa which was nice however the prices are quite high.
Overall a lovely stay, and we will definitely consider returning!
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Cat wrote a review Nov 2020
Forfar, United Kingdom437 contributions274 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We bought an itison voucher ages ago and finally got to use it in early November. The deal was absolutely fantastic. We paid £150 + £20 weekend supplement for 2 nights bed & breakfast in this beautiful hotel and dinner on the first night.

We arrived after dark and the hotel was lit up and so beautiful. It's so nicely decorated on the inside too - mixtures of an american log cabin and Scottish themes throughout.

Our room was lovely and the bed was really comfy with a shower ensuite. House keeping is currently restricted due to coronavirus which was fine for a 2 night stay, but you could ask for any extras that you needed anyway.

We had dinner in the hotel both nights so that we could enjoy a drink as there is nowhere else nearby. The food is fantastic - a mixture of indian/asian and Scottish dishes. We did feel that the prices were a little high, but the quality was great.

The best thing about this hotel is its view. It is perched right on Loch Lochy and in it absolutely stunning! It wasn't the warmest but we still sat outside on the deck with a coffee absorbing the scenery as it was gorgeous. I wish the fires had been on inside as the living area was not that warm.

We ended up being asked to help with a photoshoot at the hotel for their new marketing material.. but are still awaiting the promised photos several weeks later so hopefully they are sent to us soon!
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Date of stay: November 2020
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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JDPJDP1970 wrote a review Aug 2020
Bournemouth, United Kingdom139 contributions131 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Located right on the Loch, the Whispering Pines Is situated in the most perfect position to benefit from stunning views over the loch. We booked a balcony room to maximise our enjoyment of the surroundings. It felt rather similar to being on a fjord cruise. Our room was beautifully decorated, as was the whole hotel. Clearly there has been substantial expense invested in refurbishing the property. Staff were friendly but waiting staff probably need some guidance to improve their service skills. I’d prefer a more discrete professional waiting service but it felt like a bit of a side show at times. The manager was completely professional, courteous and eager to help customers and ensure they had a good stay. Restaurant menu for dinner was based on Indian cuisine, although there were a few alternatives. Our evening meals were delicious. Breakfast, however, needs to be improved. It was rather mediocre and not in keeping with the standard you would expect, taking into account the cost to stay there, which isn’t cheap. Better quality ingredients are needed for the cooked breakfast. Overall, we loved the room, location and we were very comfortable. The room was clean with good quality linens, towels and toiletries. This hotel has huge potential but corners are being cut in some areas. Guests need to be aware that you can’t charge drinks and meals to your room, at the moment, so take your wallet down to dinner.
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Date of stay: August 2020
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
Room Tip: Balcony rooms are breathtaking
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loron b wrote a review Mar 2020
Edinburgh, United Kingdom6 contributions1 helpful vote
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We visited the whispering pine lodge for a couple of nights as a relaxing getaway away from the kids. Upon arrival we were shown to our room, unfortunately it smelled like a previous guest had smoked in the room. Hotel management were very good and immediately upgraded us to a much better loch view room.

Breakfast was good but due to low occupancy it was table service rather than buffet but was still very good. Dinner was good but the menu was a bit confused not really conforming to any particular theme just trying to offer something for everyone. One criticism would be it's was Edinburgh pricing but with no included sides which felt a bit mean.

The bar was visually stunning but lack of comfortable seating made it a place you would not necessarily want to spend a long time in.

We were lucky enough to visit the spa during our time at the hotel which was amazing. I went for the deep tissue massage and my wife the hot stones both of which were brilliant!!

Overall the hotel is stunning inside and out but it is a little confused and very new so needs some Quirk's ironed out but definitely worth a visit.

Pros - stunning hotel and scenery
Excellent spa
Friendly staff

Cons - lacking a bit of polish in delivery
Expensive (without sides)and confused dinner menu
Lack of comfortable seating in bar
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from blacksheephotels, Manager at The Whispering Pine Lodge
Responded 18 Jun 2020
Dear Guest, Thank you for taking out the time to give us such a detailed review. We appreciate your honesty. We are extremely delighted to know that you enjoyed your stay and have taken a note of the Cons mentioned. We shall definitelly discuss the same with the entire team as well as management. However, the menu was designed in such a fashion that people with different tastes can enjoy at our restaurant, but our main focus is seafood. Again, thank you for the review and we hope to see you again soon.
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s0uthernlass wrote a review Feb 2020
london21 contributions11 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We booked a pet friendly room at the hotel and were given the choice of two to choose from (although we just went with the first one we were shown, room 1, so did n’t actually see the other one). The room was clean and furnishings good quality. Just a couple of small things to note though:

The light in the bathroom is an automatic light that comes on as soon as you open the door and goes off automatically when you close the door (although it takes a good five minutes or so to actually go off). Anyway, we did nt immediately realise it was an automatic light (maybe we are slightly slow on the uptake!) and spent a good twenty minutes or so looking for the switch to turn the light off! (We had initially left the bathroom door open as we had put the dogs water bowl in there). A sign on the bathroom door might be a good idea just to let people know incase more people are slow like us!

There is no mirror in the room, so drying your hair is problematic (there is a mirror in the bathroom).

Because the room is adjacent to the main hotel and the room door opens outdoors there is currently a bit of a draft, maybe a heavier seal on the door is required?

The room has a ramp up to the door and has a disabled wet room so I assume it is meant to be suitable for people with limited mobility, however the room is quite small and the bed and wardrobe quite large so I am not sure there would be room for a wheelchair to get through to the bathroom and even for two able bodied people we had to do a bit of a dance occasionally to get round each other as space was limited!

The bed was lovely and very comfortable however the mattress is a bit short for the bed therefore your pillows keep sliding down into the gap between the mattress and the headboard.

The above are probably minor things and the hotel overall is lovely, newly refurbished and very comfortable. The staff are very welcoming and helpful and the food was excellent, although breakfast was a little disorganised! For example the menu mentioned a selection of cereals but no one actually told us what the options were until they came back to take our order and we asked. Also they came with our hot food before our cereal dishes had been taken away.

I am sure these are all just teething problems and they certainly have nt put us off going back again.
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Date of stay: February 2020
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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Response from blacksheephotels, Manager at The Whispering Pine Lodge
Responded 16 Mar 2020
Thank you for taking out the time to give us such a detailed review. Your constructive comments were definitely appreciated, and will be discussed with the entire team and management. Overall, we are thrilled that you had a good time at the hotel and we look forward to your next visit.
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Stacey asked a question Aug 2020
Coatbridge, United Kingdom63 contributions35 helpful votes
Can you tell if if there are any other pubs or bars nearby?
Answer from Scott H
Glasgow, United Kingdom83 contributions149 helpful votes
Nothing close by !!! If you've not booked give it a wide berth !!! Terrible
Stacey asked a question Aug 2020
Coatbridge, United Kingdom63 contributions35 helpful votes
The pictures give the impression that there is no privacy on the balcony looking over the glen. Is this right?
Answer from Ione Cadman
5 contributions
on the bottom rooms no , however if you’re not on the ground floor i can’t see there being an issue
Answer from Ione Cadman
5 contributions
We called 01397713966 as we went down the wrong side of the loch and this number did go through to the actual hotel/lodge reception. Hope this helps you. We had a great time and it’s a lovely place, you’ll definitely enjoy yourself. Have a good time!
Jane H wrote a tip Apr 2024
Chicago, Illinois95 contributions13 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Ask for a room facing the loch if you dislike road noise."
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Iain S wrote a tip Jan 2024
3 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Choose room with balcony. It's so worth it."
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Helen wrote a tip Dec 2023
3 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Fab location,wonderful food excellent staff.Get a room with a lock view as well worth the extra."
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Lou wrote a tip Nov 2023
Kent, United Kingdom54 contributions6 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Make sure you have a car as the hotel isn’t close to anything"
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Chris S wrote a tip Oct 2023
Edinburgh, United Kingdom161 contributions113 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Should your budget allow it, having a loch view would enhance your stay. "
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PRICE RANGE
£208 - £501 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
letterfinlay hotel fort william
FORMERLY KNOWN AS
Letterfinlay Lodge Hotel
LOCATION
United KingdomScotlandScottish HighlandsLochaberSpean Bridge
NUMBER OF ROOMS
27
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Whispering Pine Lodge
What are some of the property amenities at The Whispering Pine Lodge?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at The Whispering Pine Lodge?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at The Whispering Pine Lodge?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Whispering Pine Lodge?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Eagle Barge, The Lochside Brasserie, and Corriegour Lodge Restaurant.
Are there any historical sites close to The Whispering Pine Lodge?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Well of the Seven Heads coffee & takeaway (6.1 miles) and Bridge of Oich (9.4 miles).
Does The Whispering Pine Lodge have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.
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