Nevis Bank Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsNevis Bank Inn Fort William
I was originally perturbed having booked jointly with my mum 3 months in advance only to be given rooms at opposite ends of the hotel, then the sensor that turned on the corridor light didn't work unless you moved down past the room door bit not to far as to fall down the steps in the dark.
The beds were great, especially the down comforter. I also loved having a bath on each night and the windows opened wide. There is no view to speak of and there is road noise from the front of the motel. You also have to climb stairs unless "disabled" although staff will help with cases.
The breakfast was FANTASTIC as was all the food at the restaurant, however, only breakfast was included. Paid £135 for the night bed and breakfast.
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... for Ben Nevis.
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