The Waterfront Lodge

An Aird, Fort William, Lochaber, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, PH33 6AN, United Kingdom | Hotel

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Arisaig to Muthill

A travel blog entry by webformation

We left Su at Arisaig and took the spectacular road back to Fort William. The lochs and mountains were glistening in the early morning light after a rainy morning. This was a highlight of our trip. This scenic road is full of highlights. In Fort William we joined Sunday trampers at the Ben Nevis visitor centre. Ben Nevis towered above ...

Highland magic

A travel blog entry by jsafnuk


Today is our last day in the Scottish highlands, the tour went by so fast! Our first stop was back at the other side of Durem castle to take some beautiful pictures. Next we went on to a war memorial called the three commandos in a town of lochabar. Then it was time for a long drive through the hills, we saw many places that were used for the filming of Harry Potter! Arriving at glenco, under the shadow of the three sisters mountain, we listened to ...

To the North!!

A travel blog entry by jsafnuk


... we went to the site of the battle of Culloden, where Bonnie prince Charles led his 1500 men against more than 10,000 English (who had muskets). It was a massacre and from then on the tartan and Gallic was banned, causing some people to be mute for generations. We drove by lock ness and saw some amazing sights before checking into out hostel at fort Augustus. Then we went on a nature exploration, the forest looks exactly like ...

Beginning to say goodbye to Scotland

A travel blog entry by sandyinuk


... little town on a large loch.

After lunch we attempted to drive up Glen Nevis for some pictures of the Highlands. Spectacular scenery, although we didn't make it to the top. I got some picturse of a shaggy Highland cows!! The rain stopped our going further up Glen Nevis, but I got some great pictures.

This was our next to last full day before heading to Glasgow which ended with one gal realizing she had lost her ...

Fort William along Loch Linnhe, a BEAUTIFUL town

A travel blog entry by bellyadventures


... we eventually made our way through the gorgeous Glen Coe which is a U-shaped glen formed by an ice age glacier. Interesting formations rose up on the south side that were contrasted by the stark wall of a mountain ridge on the north side. Then at the the end of the glen was the tiny village of Glencoe along the edge of Loch Leven.

After making our way past Glencoe, we were getting rather concerned about our time management. ...


This hotel, located on An Aird, Fort William, is near Jacobite Steam Train, Steall Waterfall, West Highland Museum, and Ben Nevis Whisky Distillery.
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