/ Accommodation needed in Highlands area.

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Tony the Blade on 17 Jan 2013
Hi all,

Could anyone advise on somewhere to stay in or around Fort William area, our needs are:-

Date: 25 Feb to 2 March (5 nights)
Who: 3 adult males (a double and a single would work as 2 are a couple, but 2 bedrooms)
Extra: We will have a small dog with us that will be looked after during the day.
Price: I'm hoping to keep it to around 200 - hope springs eternal!

Many thanks, TtB
Toby S - on 17 Jan 2013
In reply to Tony the Blade:

Can't think of anything off the top of my head but give the Information Centre a phone and I'm sure they'll point you in the right direction: 01397 701801
Tony the Blade on 17 Jan 2013
In reply to Toby S:

Thanks Toby

That'll be tomorrow's job, along with trawling t'interweb.

Just wondered if anyone knew off hand of anything.

Cheers
Tony the Blade on 19 Jan 2013
In reply to Tony the Blade:

Anyone know if the Clachaig offers vfm?
trollman - on 19 Jan 2013
In reply to Tony the Blade:
Have stayed at 'Inchtree holiday centre' a few times in winter,and got a good deal
Have fun
T
In reply to trollman:
Yes -Inchree, Which is about a mile from the Corran ferry - is fine. Has a pub/restaurant on-site as well. THere is a bunkhouse as well as self-catering chalets
Tony the Blade on 19 Jan 2013
In reply to The Watch of Barrisdale:

Thanks guys, I'll take a look
Tony the Blade on 21 Jan 2013

Inchree is too expensive.

Still looking but extended search from FW to Glencoe area
Cuthbert on 21 Jan 2013
In reply to Tony the Blade:

http://www.highland.gov.uk/learninghere/communitylearning/outdoorlearning/outdoorcentres.htm

40 a night and sleeps 15 although very basic and not much there.
elsewhere on 21 Jan 2013
In reply to Tony the Blade:
We stayed in one of these chalets - very comfortable.
http://www.clachaigholidays.com/chalets/
MaxWilliam on 21 Jan 2013
In reply to Tony the Blade:

I'd recommend www.westlaroch.co.uk near Glencoe, which was superb quality and like a tardis inside, many bedrooms with en-suite, ring for a special winter price. Target of 200 seems overly ambitious!
Paul Hy - on 21 Jan 2013
In reply to Tony the Blade: We stayed in an chalet site, half way between Balahulish and Kinlochleven a couple years back which was very good. i'll try find out what its called.
Paul Hy - on 21 Jan 2013
In reply to Tony the Blade: found it called Loch Leven Chalets, the link is:
http://www.glencoeselfcatering.co.uk

Tony the Blade on 21 Jan 2013
In reply to Paul Hy:

Paul, many thanks for taking the time to do that, much appreciated. However, they're fully booked for our dates :-(

I think we may now be sorted, not 100% sure.

Thanks again to all
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Paul Hy - on 21 Jan 2013
In reply to Tony the Blade: let us know where you end up at and tell us what you think of it. it's always good to have choices.

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