Holiday Cottages In Fort William To Rent
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- Neil and Anne C, August 2016 - verified booking
"We spent a week in this bungalow in the third week in August. With our two children in their late teens, this was an excellent location for a number of reasons. Step out of the back gate and you are immediately on the tow path of the Caledonian Canal with the engineering wonder of Neptune’s Staircase in front of you. Turn left and you have a lovely walk along the canal which ends at the picturesque waterside village of Corpach (1 ¼ miles away but sadly no facilities there) or turn right to head inland along the canal. If you’re looking to climb Ben Nevis, it is a 10 minute drive to the Visitors Centre which is the best starting point. The bungalow is just off the A830 for the drive westwards towards Malaig. In terms of scenery, this is a superb drive, not only to take in the Glenfinnan Monument in front of Loch Shiel and the small village of Arisaig, but also the drive itself beside the various lochs. The Lochy pub is 10 minutes walk away in Caol. It was busy both evenings we visited and we end up eating in the public bar. Locals a little noisy but friendly. Service very good and the Mongolian Beef Curry was excellent. Caol also has a good fish & chip shop (Sammy’s) and a couple of doors way is a Co-op which provided us with all the food and drink we needed for the week. The bungalow itself was outstanding. Everything we needed was there (including Wi-Fi) and it's far more clean and modern inside than the outside would suggest. It had a nice big kitchen table for meals, a large wooden-floored hallway, cosy lounge, an adequate main bedroom, a good-sized twin-bedded room and a spacious, contemporary bathroom with walk-in shower. There is also a small utility room as you enter the back door for dirty walking boots and coats. From the lounge window Ben Nevis looks down on you. Plenty of garden front and back, although the former is quite steep. However, there is a small patio area outside the front door. We would have no hesitation in staying here again."
Confirmed guest - verified booking
"We stayed 3 days in this lovely 2 person cottage near to Fort William. The owners were lovely and had helpfully provided some milk and home made scones which was a nice touch meaning we could have a much needed coffee when we arrived quite late in the evening after our long drive. Given the mezzanine level and huge window the chance to enjoy the amazing view was a big draw for us and indeed we spent a long time just gazing out onto the mountains and blue skies. Also the garden bird feeders attract many local birds to the garden which we enjoyed watching with our coffee in the morning. The kitchen seems pretty well stocked with crockery and equipment, maybe missing a washing bowl and other little items could bring it up a level but perfectly adequate for us as we only stayed a couple of days and we preferring to eat out. There were some sugar, salt and pepper sachets what others had left but a nice touch would be to have some stock kitchen supplies such as Tea, coffee, sugar, salt & pepper, other useful items such as washing powder tablets etc would be nice to have. We had brought our own as am sure many do. Bathroom would benefit a wall mirror and towel hooks. No full length mirror in property. Bed and Sofa are comfortable with lovely feather pillows. We moved the sofa further into the centre of the room to take advantage of the view through the patio doors.About 3/4 mile away is the Nevis assent and associated pub where we enjoyed evenings with log fires and food. We never managed to find or connect to the wifi so cannot comment on the strength etc - the password was not clear in the folder pack of instructions. Did get a bit chilly without the heating in the evenings but gets warm quick enough when the heating is on. All in all a relaxing few days, would visit again."
Teresa - verified booking
"This little place is in a prime spot with glorious views and within easy walking distance of Ben Nevis ,the pub and Fort William.The owners were very thoughtful and it was clean and tidy. No wifi though and I couldn't get internet but that wasn't a huge issue for us but maybe for others . The shower was challenging because there didn't seem to be any water pressure and although it was hot it was just a heavy dribble. The biggest issue for us however was the constant smell of oil from the boiler, very heavy fumes and we nearly went home early because of it. We did tell the owners after a few days when we actually realised what it was and the source and were told it had been dealt with it was okay for a day then returned we could still smell it very strongly in the stairwell and on the ground floor .Anyway if you want a beautiful view, quirky garden full of lovely birds and a good place to access everything from this would be it just a few tweeks needed ."
- Mrs Mcdonald, December 2017 - verified booking
"I have never dealt with self catering so wasn't sure what to expect. We were not disappointed. The cottage was warm and spotless. There was complimentary eggs, bread and milk, enough for a late supper or nice breakfast if you arrived empty handed. The shower room was amazing with under floor heating, lovely large shower and great bath. The kitchen was loaded with utensils.. Lovely sized bedrooms, and NO SOFTENER SMELLING BED LINEN, just fresh and clean. (I hate softeners with a passion). Living room was cozy, we wanted to put the log burner on but didn't really need it, even with minus degree temps at the time. Lots of information on a cork board in the kitchen with taxi numbers, where to eat etc.Only one very minor thing was the top of the drive. The loose stones were a bit of a pain when reaching the top in the car.. All in all, we would go back in an instant. Thank you x"
- George K, May 2014 - verified booking
"A excellent property. Appearances can be deceptive. The outside looked a bit tired but the inside was great. Everything you needed was there the bathroom was simply luxurious We had a slight problem with the heating but the wonderful housekeeper had an electrician round within an hour Who fitted a new component which had us up and running in double quick time. This was by far the cosiest place we have ever stayed in. Most of them seemed to take a couple of days to warm up.We did not need to use the wood burner at all. The views were great and you only had to walk out of the back gate and you were on Neptune's Staircase. Across the locks was the Moorings hotel where the bar meals were top class and a reasonable price (the rice pudding was a rice pudding to die for) . We most definitely would stay at the bungalow again if it is available."