Corriegour Lodge Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Loch Lochy, By Spean Bridge, Fort William, Lochaber, PH34 4EB, United Kingdom
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Satisfaction Very Good
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Average
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Poor
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 77% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families71
  • Couples73
  • Solo50
  • Business0

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Forum Posts

Jacobite Steam Train

by jag17

Hi

My friend and I will be in Fort William on September 12-14th. I have had a hard time reaching anyone by phone to make reservations for the train. Are reservations a must at this time of year, or should we be able to get a spot on the train once we arrive.

Thanks,
Jo Ann

RE: Jacobite Steam Train

by MikeMcI

The Jacobite Express runs from Fort William to the coastal town of Mallaig. Try www.steamtrain.info or go into Google and search on "Jacobite Express". At the moment the site is still showing 2005 prices. It's a pleasant rid (especially if you like steam trains) crossing the long, curving viaduct at Glenfinnan (seen in Harry Potter). On the outward journey, get seats on the left-hand side of the train for the best views and if you want seriously good photos/video film back along the train as it crosses the viaduct make sure you get to a carriage door window well before you start the crossing. They get taken up very quickly. You will also have views from the left-hand side of the train of the Glenfinnan Monument (where Bonny Prince Charlie raised his standard and rallied the clans for the Jacobite Rebellion of 1745 against the English) and Loch Shiel stretching away into the distance. You stay at Mallaig long enough to have lunch (try the local Cullen Skink, a fish soup made mainly with smoked haddock, potatoe and milk) and a look round the harbour (where you will perhaps see some harbour seals). The journey isn't particularly cheap, but it's a once-only day out. Overall, we 50-somethings enjoyed it.

RE: Jacobite Steam Train

by globetrott

The other possibility is that you rent a car and follow the steam-train, in fact it is quite slow and when you search one day ahead for perfect spots to take your pics of the steaming train & Glenfinnan Viaduct etc. (you will never get those pics from inside the train) you might even enjoy this more than the ride inside the train.

RE: Jacobite Steam Train

by jag17

Thanks for the tips!

Travel Tips for Fort William

Ben Nevis

by Andrew_Vodo

Fort William is situated on the foot of the highest UK mountain, Ben Nevis. Translating from Gaelic language 'Ben Nevis' means 'A mountain which top is in sky'. Actually this mountain is not too hight, it is about 1334 meters high. But it is worth of visiting.

Loch Ness

by sim1


My friends decide to stay in the cottage today. But I want to go out again, I just can't get enough of this beautiful country!!! I plan to go to Loch Ness, it is not so far away... and be honest.... can you go to Scotland and not look for Nessie? Well I couldn't! On the way to Loch Ness I saw this war monument.

It was such a gorgeous day, the sun was shining brightly and there was still snow everywhere. I still can't believe how lucky I was with the weather.

Steall Falls

by Sileas

These georgeous waterfalls are among the highest in Britain. There is a wire bridge in front of them wich you have to cross to get there! A bit of adventure included ;o)

There will be a photo as soon as I find one!

Drive or walk up Glen Nevis

by frank_delargy

Glen Nevis, at the foot of Ben Nevis has a small winding road (or parallel path) that winds its way up the glen about 5 miles until you reach Steale Gorge.
On the way there you will go past several beautiful waterfalls as well as the path up Ben Nevis. There are also a couple of interesting graveyards to explore.
The falls pictured here are the Upper Falls, about 2/3 of the way up the road. I used to jump off of the rock here into the pool below.
At this point the road becomes a single track road, but it is well worth continuing to the end (and beyond) On right past the upper falls you will see a stand of Scotch Pine.. Very old ones with their distinctive shapes.
At the end of the road, there is a parking lot where you can enjoy the great waterfalls rushing down from Ben Nevis or continue on through Steale Gorge, to an even nicer view.

Ferry to Skye

by frank_delargy

I just heard that the Skye bridge is now free! An alternative route to Skye is to go to Mallaig and take the ferry. It is a lovely ride and we actually got to see some whales on the trip over. Also, if you are taking the train to Mallaig, this will get you onto Skye quite efficiently.
Car costs about 14 pounds, person about 2.50 pounds

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Address: Loch Lochy, By Spean Bridge, Fort William, Lochaber, PH34 4EB, United Kingdom