We stayed here at the end of the WHW. The one thing I will say is that this isn't really a walker's B&B in the sense that the owner just wasn't interested, and when asked about Ben Nevis, responded with "Don't bother!". Each to their own, wasn't a problem for us but if you are looking for someone to natter to about the area you may want to try elsewhere.
Yes it is dated. Yes it reflects the style of the owner. But it is genuinely very welcoming, and is hospitality as it should be!
The option exists for tea and biscuits at 10pm. Breakfast is ample and we were also provided with a continental due to leaving early on our second day (we had a train back to London to catch).
The communal room is full of old guestbooks which make fascinating reading, particularly for walking types.
I'd also like to note that the owner mailed me some T-Shirts that I left free of charge; to be applauded. True gent!
- Also Known As:
- Rhu Mhor Fort William, Scotland