The best way to see Fort William and Ben Nevis from the water. www.crannog.net/cruises
Take a short trip (1.5hrs) up majestic Loch Linnhe and back to see our resident colony of seals. Listen to the great commentary of the area during the boat trip there and back.
For a lovely cuise on Loch Linnhe in Fort William, take a Crannog Cruise, and enjoy a meal in the Crannog Seafood restaurant. You will notice it on the way into Fort William, from the Glasgow direction, on the by-pass. It has a red roof and is adjacent to the first main round about as you enter the…
“Good place to eat out. Excellent quality food. Relaxing atmosphere. Only 100m from hostel”
“The West Highland Museum’s collections tell the story of the region and its history. Of the most renowned and unusual collection relates to Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobite cause.”
“great place for a wet day. huge soft play with areas suitable from baby to approx 10 years. also bowling alley. next door to macdonalds!”
“Lots of whisky and ale options in the bar downstairs and the restaurant offers great tex-mex food. On Friday nights they have live music”