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Inn at Ardgour
Fort William
Highlands

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The Scottish Highlands highest rated inn. Traditional family run, Best Inn in Britain award winner with mountain-framed lochside views.

For centuries, travellers have enjoyed the famous West Highland Welcome at this family-run inn at the entrance to the Great Glen. After massive refurbishment, the ten bright modern en-suite bedrooms all enjoy spectacular sea views.

The Inn is ideally located for Walking, Fishing and Touring the West Highlands. Even the Hebridean islands of Mull, Iona and Skye are close enough for day trips. Good company, fine beers and a selection of malt whiskies measured the old Highland way. All the drams are 35ml. Running out of things to read, why not swop the books you've finished for books from the library. Take your time to browse and enjoy a coffee or something stronger, this is probably the only library you will find inside a bar in the Highlands.

In addition to the bar and restaurant the Inn offers a cosy, well appointed lounge where you can relax a while in front of the open fire as you watch the ferry ply to and fro across the Narrows.

The Inn has recently been refurbished but a lot of the traditional ambience of the place has been preserved.

The The Inn at Ardgour has 10 rooms on 2 floors.

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