BY FORT WILLIAM
WEST HIGHLANDS OF SCOTLAND
The area is well known for its unsurpassed mountain and coastal scenery where movies such as Rob Roy and Braveheart were filmed.
Close to The Logs are Aonach Mor and Ben Nevis (Scotland's highest mountain) while slightly further afield is the famous Glen Coe.
A wide range of activities are on offer nearby:
Supermarkets, shops, restaurants, cinema, distillery, museum, swimming pool and leisure centres are all available in Fort William. The Factors House licensed restaurant is just 1 mile from The Logs.
Fort William is a convenient centre for visiting the Scottish Highlands and Islands. Inverness, Aviemore, Oban and Mallaig are all within driving distance of a leisurely day trip and with the Skye Bridge a day visit to the 'Misty Isle' is now possible.
As a break from driving, why not take one of the most scenic railway journeys in the world? The West Highland Line from Fort William to Mallaig is the ideal way to enjoy the spectacular scenery along the Road to the Isles which abounds with stories of Bonnie Prince Charlie. During the summer The Jacobite steam train operates from mid-June to mid-September Monday to Friday and some Sundays during the height of the season. Ordinary trains operate daily throughout the year.
The photogenic ruins of Castle Tioram lie 2 hours drive to the south of Fort William, while picturesque Eilean Donan Castle is 2 hours to the north near Skye.
Whatever your interests, there is much to enjoy in the West Highlands!
For further information or to make a booking
please contact us direct:
Anne and Alistair Smyth
Sightseeing and travel information is provided online
in the The Internet Guide to Scotland
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