Spean Bridge Hotel Fort William

Address: Spean Bridge, Spean Bridge, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, PH34 4ES, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Spean Bridge, Spean Bridge, is near Commando Monument.
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A travel blog entry by randctutterow on Aug 09, 2015


... and marvelling at the beauty we could not take enough pictures of, I realized that pictures would never do the landscape justice. There is magic in this place that could never be captured on film (try as I might). It would be like showing you a raindrop and asking you to imagine the ocean. That being said, iF I am hit at some ...

Jimmy's coastal walk : Day 85

A travel blog entry by jimmyhudson on Aug 01, 2015

16 photos

... on with cagoule and waterproof trousers was repeated.
The road was fairly well inhabited with a few farms and holiday dwellings. Traffic was quite busy and as the road was flooded in places I had to step on to the verge fairly often.
After 10 miles I joined the main A830 turning eastwards along the north side of Loch Eil. This was a much busier road with a steady flow of oncoming traffic. It was 8 miles until I reached Corpach. Here I joined ...

Amsterdam to Scotland

A travel blog entry by kitchin on Sep 28, 2013

3 comments, 44 photos

... on the recommendation of friends we focused more on the Cairngorm National Park. We retraced some of our steps along one edge to Aviemore passed Lagan of 'Monarch of the Glen' fame. Our choice for the day was to take the Strathsprey steam railway from Aviemore to Broomill and back, only about 1 hour with stops to change the engine to the other end! Pleasant scenery and fun in a steam engine but not as stunning as earlier days. ...

Starting the beautiful Scotland tour

A travel blog entry by laurenmcwilliam on Aug 21, 2013

... or as they tried to flee the glen. Another 40 women and children died of exposure after their homes were burned. Overall the massacre was a horrific crime. When it is winter and there is snow over the mountains the waterfalls run down the mountains and it is said that that is the MacDonalds crying for the loss of everyone so it is nicknamed The Valley of the Weeping. Another interesting story we got told was how there is a little hotel down the road in Glencoe that you can go ...

The Scottish Highlands

A travel blog entry by pmytkowi on Apr 08, 2013

2 comments, 22 photos

... Captain Bob. The island must be a beautiful place in the summer, as long as it’s not sun you’re after, because apparently there is precious little of that. If it’s majestic scenery you’re after, it is plentiful with water views peeking around every bend with high peaks looming above. The mountain range here is the Cuillins. On our left were the Red Cuillins known for their red hues caused by iron deposits; their cousins, the higher Black Cuillins on ...