Letterfinlay Lodge Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLetterfinlay Lodge Hotel Fort William
We loved our stay at the Letterfinlay Lodge. The staff was great! It was a cozy hotel, the food was great and the view was amazing!
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... it is! The first stretch rises gradually along the side of a sub peak above Glen Nevis. It then turns and rises steeply up a rocky ravine to a grassy saddle at 1,650 feet that’s named the half way point but is neither the true half way mark in either distance or altitude. Beyond that the trail climbs relentlessly in a few broad zigs and zags over rocky terrain that becomes ever more barren. And just when you thought you were ...
... the highest peak in the U.K., with impressive views of the mountain and surrounding peaks. Something to look forward to tomorrow!
I found my lodging at the Bank Street Lodge near the center of Fort William and ventured down the High Street in search of the official end of the West Highland Way at the end of the street. There I ran into my trail friends from Edinburgh from several days ago who gave me ...
... a walk along the river. Then off for a beer (and the WiFi) at the Glen Nevis bar & restaurant. Jo had prepared a veggie stew for our dinner so we were cosy in the van.
Overnight the temperature dropped to 2 degrees - Jo was cold even with sleep clothing and her warmer bag. We were up at 7am - its a popular area so we needed to know we'd get a space in the car park at the head of Glen Nevis.
Porridge for breakfast and then off, the sun was over the shoulder ...
Today I had a day with not much planned. I would have gone
to Colonsay today had the ferries been running from Oban and had I been wise
enough to check any of the details. Instead I went to a museum about the West Highlands. Some of
it was interesting, but it was jumping all over the place between different
... the strait. The rain held off long enough to take some great photos. Onto Taliskers distillary and a whiskey tasting. We had time to go to Portree, one of the main centres on the Isle. This we did via the 'scenic' route across the centre of the isle and on the ridge. A one lane road windy road, which was very interesting when we came across other traffic, which had to get out of the way somehow, or back ...