Clan Macduff Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsClan Macduff Hotel Fort William
Arrived at the hotel and received a warm welcome from the desk clerk who not only checked us in, but also walked us to the room in the adjacent building. The view from the room was lovely, but since it faced northwest it received a lot of sun making the room quite warm. There was one small fan in the room, and signs that warned of bugs coming in the room when it was dark outside if the lights were on when the windows were open. Furnishings in the room could use some updating. However, everything was clean and in working order. All in all, a nice stay with exceptional service in all areas.
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