The Stronlossit Inn

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Roy Bridge, Fort William, Scotland PH31 4AG
The Stronlossit Inn
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 86% more and rated 29% lower than other 2 star hotels

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  • Couples47
  • Solo55
  • Business57

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Travel Tips for Fort William

Good morning!

by sim1

Good morning! Wow what a view! This is what I saw when I woke up, the sun was shining beautiful, and the mountains... so beautiful and covered in snow... It looked gorgeous! And on that very moment, I fell in love with Scotland.

Scottish Highlander

by sim1

I don't know if this is the correct name in English, but we call them Scottish Higlanders. Well, I had to make a picture of that of course!!! When I got home, they laughed about it. Why take a picture of a Scottish Higlander??? Nothing special about that..... there is one in the pasture further along the road!
Spoil sports!!! I still like it :-)

Inverlochy Castle

by ghweeh

It was built in the 1200s by the Comyns of Badenoch, with a legend that it was sited on the remains of a fort dating back at least a further five hundred years. It was said that two battles were fought here in 1431 where the Stewarts were defeated by the MacDonalds; and in 1645 a victory that claimed the lives of 1,300 defenders of the Earl of Argyll.

It was the first castle that I visited and a real, ruins castle. Besides happily shooting photos, I tried to pictures its glorious past. For today, it had become a footnote in history!

Old Inverlochy Castle

by frank_delargy

When I was about 10, visited my aunt & uncle who lived in Fort William. Within about 15 minutes the kids were invited to go outside and play. My cousins took me right over to scramble around the local ancient castle. At the time, it seemed like it had more of a structure than it does today. As seen in the picture, I went back with my nephew and invited him to scramble around.
The castle itself is very interesting.
It was built around 1200 and was the primary fort in this area. Of course as is true with most castles, the one you see now, stands on top of an older one.
While you are down by the castle you will be right next to a few other things to note, including the Lochy River, the water effluent from the Aluminum factory and the tracks that the Jacobite train (of Harry Potter fame) passes by.

"The Jacobite" Steam Train

by himalia11

The Jacobite Steam Train runs from Fort William to Mallaig, with a stop at Glenfinnan. There's a short stay at Glenfinnan, but not enough time to visit the monument, at least you'll see it from viaduct. This viaduct is pretty famous because it appears in the Harry Potter films. Also, the West Coast Railways Company, who operates the route, has provided the engine and the carriage for the Hogwarts Express.

The steam train runs from mid of May until mid of October. This is the current timetable:
10:20 Fort William – 12:25 Mallaig
14:10 Mallaig – 16:00 Fort William

The return ticket costs 28,- for adults (41,- in 1st class) and 16,- for children (20,50 1st class)


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