Campfield House Bed and Breakfast

14 Druimarbin, Fort William, Lochaber, PH33 6SH, United Kingdom
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Forum Posts

harry potter train

by sheryll

can anybody help my daughter is desperate to ride on the harry potter train hogwarts express does this train actually do journeys and if so when or is it only the jacobite steam train

RE: harry potter train

by df53

you need to get the train to Fort William (from Glasgow Queen Street) then get the steam train from FW to Mallaig, details on www.firstscotrail.com

takes about 2 1/2 hrs to FW, then just over an our to get up to Mallaig.

Travel Tips for Fort William

Don't forget...

by nikkidish

Don't forget that there are more activites to do in Fort William than just climbing Ben Nevis (especially in the summer...just try to avoid the midgies!). And if you still want to do some hiking, but aren't up to doing Ben Nevis, there are other walks....I would recommend checking out Glen Nevis!

The big freeze

by sim1



It has been the coldest winter ever in Scotland, the powerlines were breaking, waterpipes were bursting, but I was having the time of my live! It is soooooo cold, but there were also clear blue skies, and lots of snow. Scotland looked just beautiful!

We did have powercuts ourselves during the week and wondered what was going on. It was a very old cottage, with a coin-opperated electricity supply. The powercuts were aweful, because the cottage got very cold. In these cases, we just went to the pub, to have a drink.... ahhhh, isn't that a great excuse to go to the pub! hahahaha.
The last night was hilarious though. It was getting morning, and I heard something in the bathroom... what was that??? It sounds like running water.... Everyone was still sleeping so I tiptoed to the bathroom.... and saw all that water sprouting in the air!!! Arrrgghhhh, one of the waterpipes burst! Well, everyone was awake within seconds after my discovery! But the problem was solved very quickly, and luckely we were leaving anyway that day :-)

Great Glen Way

by stevezero

The town marks the end of the West Highland Way, Scotland's oldest and most popular long distance walk: and the start of the Great Glen Way, the newest. The steady stream of footsore travellers coming into the town from Glen Nevis is a reminder of just how far the 95 miles from Milngavie, near Glasgow, can seem.

West Highland Museum

by stevezero

Founded in 1922, this is one of the oldest museums in the Highlands. A deliberately traditional museum world famous for its Jacobite collections, it is crammed full of fascinating material.

acilities: Shop, Disabled Access, Tours.
Admission: June to September; 10.00-5.00 Monday to Saturday; July and August also ; 2.00-5.00 Sundays; October to May; 10.00-4.00 Monday to Saturday; Adult £2; Child 50p; Concession £1.50

Caledonian Canal

by stevezero

The Caledonian Canal runs for 60 miles along the Great Glen from Corpach near Fort William in the South West to Inverness in the North East.
The canal was started in 1803 to plans produced by Thomas Telford following survey work by James Watt thirty years earlier. It was the biggest of the building schemes undertaken by the Government to provide work and stem the flood of emigration from the Highlands.
Of its 60 mile length, 38 miles are along Loch Lochy, Loch Oich and Loch Ness, with the remaining 22 miles being through canals proper. The biggest problem faced by the designers and builders was one of level; and along the length of the canal there are no fewer than 29 locks.

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