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“Corpach Hotel, Corpach, Highlands”
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Hotel Corpach
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Hotel Corpach
Ranked #106 of 111 Fort William B&B and Inns
Reviewed 5 July 2014

Visited this hotel last year for a drink, old fashioned outdated furniture, threadbare carpet which was patched up, you'd think you were walking into 1950, Could not believe this elderly couple charge £600 per week to stay in this dump, well needs re_vamping!!!

Room Tip: Don't stay here
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  • Stayed: August 2013, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank blondelin
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Reviewed 1 May 2014 via mobile

My girlfriend and I stopped by for a pint and met the barman who was also the owner who delighted us with stories about his family and the local history.
Whilst we intended on only having a pint, we stayed for 2 as it was great having a chat with him.
If you're in corpach, go for a drink here as it's got a really friendly atmosphere. It does have a dated decor, but that doesn't matter!

Stayed: April 2014, travelled with friends
1  Thank Tom M
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Reviewed 26 May 2013

After a few nights in a tent including a winter storm in the middle of May..! we decided on a b&b and first place we looked at after a walk along the caledonian Canal was The Corpach Hotel, we were met by the proprietor Ian who was very friendly and made us feel welcome like we were staying at his home. At first sight the hotel looked like it had not been used for a while, we were looking for cheap accommodation anyway and b&b here was £25 pppn (£32 single supplement) we immediately liked the place, it was dated but honest, our room had new bed linen, towels and looked like a recent new carpet, it wasn't en suite but had a shower cubicle in the corner, a little unusual but we were not expecting 5 star luxury, a bathroom was next door. Ian told us the hotel had been run since 1927 by his father, we were the only ones staying that night and wondered how he got trade as there is no website but it seems like word of mouth and passing trade. The place does need an update and some modern advertising but that will only happen with new owners. We had no regrets staying there and enjoyed listening to his stories, will definitely be back. We realise its not for everyone if you are after a certain standard, the bar menu was basic for example but the place has character and old school charm!
Ian & Larraine

  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank 1an_13
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Reviewed 6 January 2013

This hotel is trapped in a time warp. We felt we had walked into someones home, and we were made to feel as welcome as old family friends would be. From the start there were jokes and local stories. The fire was stoked with peat, whilst friends and family of all ages chatted and banter flowed. This is not a posh stop, but we will be very happy to call it our local family pub. If you want genuine local colour, this is it.

  • Stayed: December 2012, travelled with family
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5  Thank margaret C
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Reviewed 20 October 2012

This hotel was booked by someone on our behalf at short notice. As we were working in Fort William doing 12 hours shifts we couldn't review it before we arrived. What a shock, shower cabinet was IN ROOM but we couldn't use it as the water was cold, toilet was in corridor which was unusable. Black mould on bedroom walls which i don't think had been painted since being built. The proprietor brought us our breakfast up just after we arrived, two rolls on cheese which went in the first bin outside in the morning. As it was 8 o'clock at night when we arrived and we had just finshed a 12 hour shift outside we had no other option but to stay Bedding was soaking with dampness as the beds were against the walls. We tried to sleep with our clothes on but couldn't it was so cold, and there were so many spiders on the ceiling to look out for!!!! I am very surprised that this hotel has not been inspected by environmental health and been told to get it up to a reasonable standard. The next night we stayed at the caledonian hotel for £5 less and they made us a lovely packed lunch as we started work to early for breakfast. Travellers be WARNED.

Two very disgruntled hard working men........

Room Tip: Don't book it..
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  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled on business
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5  Thank James B
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Reviewed 15 September 2012

The moment we walked in we new we were in for an experience , from the large stuffed wild cat devouring the dove of piece in a glass case,the fire door with a notice please use other door.
The extremely friendly barman was happy to fire up the kitchen even though he was on his own in order to serve us food at 8.30pm, what a star. However we did have a vegetarian with us who was delighted to hear that they catered for vegetarian meals, which included scampi, southern fried chicken , Brodie pie filled with beef and steakchips,what a star.having made our choice we then had to stand in food groups in order to demonstrate to the barman that no was ordered, by collecting in groups of fish and chips , sausage and chips and vegetarian southern fried chicken, what a star.Having despatched the food order our very friendly barman was set to take our drinks order now 9pm. Our barmen returned with two pints of Guinness which was poured somewhere else in the hotel, whilst disspleased that he had to venture off in persuite of another Guinness as our skipper belatedly decided he also desired a pint of Guinness not fearing the roth of our friendly barman . The order was completed with two pints of eighty shilling. The beer lived up to it's name and time when the beer tax was first introduced.Our friendly barman who astutely noticed that the eighty shilling beer had not been consumed was pleased that we confirmed his suspicions that the beer was off, offering a replacement pint,what a star we politely declined his generous offer. We had a thoroughly enjoyable evening and we would not have not have missed it for the world our barman was a star .

  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled with friends
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3  Thank Geertruda S
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Reviewed 31 August 2012

We were staying in a boat in Corpach Basin. We went here only because we were very tired and it was the closest place to eat. As mentioned before the hotel clearly hasn't been re-decorated for many years, so looks rather run down. Food is standard bar snack fare and we ordered fish and chips and scampi and chips. It arrived promptly and was hot. The portions were large. It was very quiet when we were there, but it was very early in the evening. The service was very friendly.

We didn't stay there so I can not comment on the accomodation.

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled as a couple
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Address: Corpach | (Corpach is on the A830 Road to the Isles, which leads west towards Loch Eil), Fort William PH33 7JJ, Scotland
Region: United Kingdom > Scotland > Scottish Highlands > Lochaber > Fort William
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Ranked #106 of 111 B&Bs / Inns in Fort William
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Hotel Corpach Fort William, Scotland

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