Hotels in Fort William

Letterfinlay Lodge Hotel
Loch Lochy
Fort William

PH34 4DZ | View map

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Letterfinlay Lodge Hotel is a former historic Hunting Lodge set in it’s own grounds, now transformed into a wonderful small hotel in a stunning loch-side location. Just off the A82 approximately 7 miles north of Spean Bridge and just 17 miles from Fort William - the Outdoor Capital of the UK – the hotel is ideally situated for touring the Western Highlands and Islands. The new Marina offers easy access to the water, where boat trips are available, and non-resident boaters have access to showering facilities or the opportunity to sample some of the fantastic food on offer.

The 14 comfortable bedrooms are well appointed and have ensuite bath/shower and many personal touches. There’s a sunny breakfast room, wood paneled library, cozy bar, private dining room, relaxing sun lounge and the Osprey Sun-Deck - a stunning vantage point from which you can gaze at the awe inspiring scenery or just watching the world go by. Non-residents are very welcome and there is a wide selection of freshly prepared food and refreshments on offer throughout the day and evening. Bar meals throughout the day.

Open all year with a relaxing friendly atmosphere whatever the season, Letterfinlay Lodge is ideal for all types of celebratory breaks. Special packages are available for Christmas, New Year, Valentines, Weddings, Honeymoons, Anniversaries, special birthdays or family get-togethers.

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Number of Rooms: 14
Number Ensuite: 14

Price per Room:

Double: £55 - £90
Twin: £55 - £90
Single: £35 - £45
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