Birchbrae Self Catering Lodges

Address: Onich, Fort William, Lochaber, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, PH33 6SE, United Kingdom | Lodge
 
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This lodge, located on Onich, Fort William, is near Ben Nevis, Glencoe, Loch Linnhe, and Mamores.
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    Travel Blogs from Fort William

    Ben Nevis - Climbing the UK's Highest Peak

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jul 09, 2015

    63 photos

    The West Highland Way ends in Fort William, a town along a sea loch named Loch Linnhe that's only about three miles from the base of Ben Nevis, Great Britain’s highest peak at 4,409 feet. So naturally hiking up Ben Nevis was something I wanted to do after finishing the trek. The peak, though, is said to be shrouded in fog over 300 days a year, so even if you make it to the top in the normally miserable conditions you are likely to see very little ...

    50 Shades of Green

    A travel blog entry by kimberlymorgan on Jul 09, 2015

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... and chips, our go to! 7. Isle of Seil - pronounced "seal", this isle was only 30 minutes from Oban. However this drive was so windy and narrow that it was super stressful! Too many blind turns! We miss our wide freeways! We cross over the "Bridge to the Atlantic" which is super short and get to the Isle of Seil. We stop by the recommended pub for a beer. After a good 20 minutes of exploring we head back to Oban. We check into our hotel and put our things down and go back out. We ...

    West Highland Way - Last Stretch to Fort William

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jul 08, 2015

    55 photos

    Well, today is the home stretch, the last 15 miles of the West Highland Way from Kinlochleven to Fort William. I have to admit that the soles of my feet as well as my knees were hurting and my enthusiasm level was low as I set out from my cabin after a big breakfast at the hotel rather late for such a long day ahead. The first part of the route climbed quite sharply almost 1,000 feet out of Kinlochleven, made even ...

    Coaches and accents

    A travel blog entry by katemagnolia on Jul 15, 2014

    7 photos

    ... as peak season well and Truly hits te North. We also notice a lot of 'Scotland for Independence' signs and one in every three houses seems to have a sign hanging from their window. Some locals are loud and proud to announce their support, while others are reluctant to tell you either way. On my way back to Nic, I found the big old St Andrews church and sat in there to pray for My grandparents. Tears streamed down my face as I prayed, this church felt very sacred. Nic and I ...

    Aberfoyle and Fort William

    A travel blog entry by simonct on Sep 28, 2013

    20 photos

    ... please skip to the next paragraph if you can't subject yourself to it. It was built in 2002 to reconnect the Forth and Clyde canal with the Union canal. Historically they were industrial canals connected by 11 locks. With the advent of the railways, the canals fell into disuse and were eventually closed. They were reopended for recreational use through the use of the Falkirk wheel which is the only rotating boat lift in the world. Dare I say it, but it is a ...