Alexandra and her family could not have been more helpful and friendly, We arrived enmass with 19 on route for Ullapool. Lovely relaxed atmostphere with roaring log fires in the bar and sitting room. The evening meal was excellent, especially the marinaded steak, breakfast french toast with fuit, maple syrup and bacon was unbeatable.
This really was home from home, comfy beds , a few problems with hot water but sorted promptly we returned on homeward trip for another night. Very friendly and accommodating, Alexandra seems to be building up the business and we would definately stay again for the food and the relaxed enviroment.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Innseagan House Hotel features breathtaking views, free WiFi in all areas. A relaxed family atmosphere welcomes you to make us your refuge from the grind of everyday life. Located on the shores of Loch Linnhe, in "The Outdoor Capital of The U.K." There is plenty to do during the day. Your pets are welcome to come along and enjoy Ft. William with you, for a small fee if you please. Group excursions are welcome. The lounge offers a roomy yet cosy room with an open fireplace to just relax, log onto the free WiFi, or read a book. During the winter months or rainy days, this room is the place to go and sit in front of a roaring fire. All rooms at The Innseagan House Hotel are freshly decorated and en-suite. The rooms overlooking the Loch offer one of the most picturesque views from a hotel room in Fort William. The rooms to the rear of the building offer a "sleep in" cosiness that makes you want to sleep all day. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Innseagan House Hotel Fort William, Scotland