The Lime Tree

Address: Achintore Road, Fort William, Lochaber, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, PH33 6RQ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Achintore Road, Fort William, is near Jacobite Steam Train, Steall Waterfall, West Highland Museum, and Ben Nevis Whisky Distillery.
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        • Restaurant


        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Free parking
        • Pets allowed


        • Room service

        TripAdvisor Reviews The Lime Tree Fort William

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Fort William

        Day on Mull and Iona

        A travel blog entry by susanoke on Oct 28, 2015

        4 photos

        ... the bars. ( Scots would say 'wee swalla'.) by then it was dark and we couldn't see anything on the drive back to our ferry. It was delayed by half an hour so we were a tired bunch when we got back to the mainland, and hungry. 8 of us went together to eat, beer and lamb shank restored me, but we didn't get back to our accommodation until after 10. So, that was yesterday. Leaving Oban this morning. Time for ...

        Ben Nevis - Climbing the UK's Highest Peak

        A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jul 09, 2015

        63 photos

        ... say about 100,000 people successfully hike Ben Nevis each year. They obviously don’t do so evenly throughout the year, and it would seem as though a large proportion of those 100,000 chose to do the hike on the same day I did. I seriously believe there must have been a couple thousand in total, although I didn’t try to count how many I passed going in the opposite direction up or down. It was definitely more crowded, though, than ...

        A day in Fort William

        A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Jul 16, 2014

        16 photos

        ... that the bottles used to measure all this out, must be kept in a locked container, a rule going back centuries. We finished the tour with a dram, which warmed us up for the walk back into town. We stopped for hot tea and scones too. Walking back to Roy Bridge I was delighted to discover an abundance of mole holes! Just like the books, they appeared in little lines. I waited, but no moles ...

        Looking for Harry Potter

        A travel blog entry by rossport on Sep 13, 2013

        8 comments, 18 photos

        ... statue not a real person and thought sheesh here is a pole with some bloke stuck on it as he looks out over a loch and pigeons and sea gulls poop on his head. We then went up this goat track it said walkers take care well that was
        not the word for it we had to climb near mountains to get up there and
        it was damp as bit like walking up a creek bed with all the rocks and tree branches, we finally got to the top and Stewart went and stood with some other people ready to ...

        Staying for awhile

        A travel blog entry by teachervagabond on Jun 25, 2013

        1 comment, 4 photos

        ... cold. I could continue to tredge the canal road or I could go across the canal, find the tea shop and maybe catch a bus on to Invegarry. It would be a longer walk the next day, but I would be assured a place to stay out of the rain - so I thought.

        I decided for the bus option. Crossing the canal I could see a building ahead of me. As I looked closer, I could see the road, as promised on my map. I felt I had made the right decision and perhaps my luck ...