Decided to book The Moorings after reading the reviews on Trip Advisor. Although we noted a few poor reviews that had been posted some time ago we decided to go on the more up to date reviews. We weren't disappointed after our stay between 19-21 Oct 2012. The hotel was lovely and the staff helpful and chatty. We ate in the lounge bar and describe the food as well above bar snacks standard. They were lovely - so much so that we decided to eat in the hotel on both nights of our stay.
We cant praise the location, hotel and staff highly enough and will definitely stay there in the future.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Moorings lies alongside the Caledonian Canal at the famous Neptune's Staircase. One of Fort William's finest establishments, The Moorings offers excellent cuisine and service. With splendid panoramic views of Ben Nevis and Aonach Mor, Moorings Hotel offers comfort and modern facilities. Here, you will receive a warm Highland welcome from friendly staff. The Moorings offers award-winning cuisine in Neptune's Restaurant, using fine Scottish produce, including west coast seafood and Highland game. Bar meals are available in the less formal Upper Deck Lounge Bar, where a range of malt whiskies may be sampled. In the summer, the Mariners Cellar Bar features a nautical theme. The refurbished bedrooms have every modern luxury. The Moorings is an excellent base for touring the romantic West Highlands. We offer all of our guests a complimentary round of golf at Fort William Golf Course and free use of our Fitness Suite. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Moorings Hotel Fort William
- The Moorings Hotel Banavie, Scotland