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Alfa Travel Ltd, Euxton Lane, Euxton, Chorley, Lancashire, PR7 6AF
Situated on the shores of Loche Linnhe, three miles from the centre of Fort William, with spectacular views across the loch from all of the public rooms and most of the bedrooms, the Croit Anna offers a comfortable and friendly base in which to relax. 92 bedrooms with central heating and/or individual electric heating, bath or shower and WC. All rooms have tea/coffee making facilities, hair dryer, internal telephone, TV with radio channels and free WiFi. There is a panoramic lounge, spacious bars, terrace and entertainment most evenings. No lift but ground floor rooms available on request. Singles all on 1st & 2nd floors. Extensive car parking.
Bar & dance floor
Free Guest Parking
Free Wi-Fi in public areas
Fort William, the â€œOutdoor Capital of the UKâ€ is the largest town in the western Highlands. It is situated at the southern end of the Great Glen, on the shores of crystal clear Loch Linnhe beneath towering Ben Nevis, Britainâ€™s highest mountain. Nearby Aonach Mor ski-resort offers Britainâ€™s only alpine cable car, rising over 2000 feet with superb views of the Great Glen. The surrounding countryside has some of Britainâ€™s most spectacular and romantic scenery and its torrid history has produced more than 30 battlefields in the Lochaber area alone. As a touring centre, it is simply unparalleled: Inverness, Oban, Skye, Iona and Speyside all make superb full day excursions and there are lots of places within half an hourâ€™s drive including Glenfinnan and, of course, breathtaking Glencoe.
Fort William is a busy market town. It boasts a fine array of shops and an interesting selection of bars and restaurants catering for most tastes. At its centre, Cameron Square is the focus of entertainment and is the venue for many live concerts. The Nevis Centre hosts shows and also has a ten pin bowling alley.
The long narrow expanse of water on which Fort William sits is Loch Linnhe, which extends from Loch Eil at its northern end, to the sea at the Sound of Mull and Firth of Lorne. Loch Linnhe is remarkably picturesque, attracting photographers from all corners of the world. Boat trips are offered on the loch, for general sightseeing or more specialist pursuits such as fishing and seal spotting. A small island near the south-eastern shore of the lake is host to Castle Stalker, the setting for Monty Python & The Holy Grail.
We pride ourselves on delivering consistently high standards throughout our hotels: clean rooms, good quality dÃ©cor, bright modern bathrooms and attention to the small details that make all the difference to your stay. All hotels have a ballroom or large area for dancing and most have comfortable lounges, sun lounges or games areas where youâ€™re free to while away the hours. Many guest rooms boast fabulous sea views, and all are immaculately presented and provided with an en suite bath or shower & WC, central heating, hair dryer, tea/coffee making facilities and television with radio channels. Most also have internal telephones to take incoming calls, contact Reception or call other rooms.
The hotel has 18 ground floor bedrooms. Single bedrooms are located on the first and second floors only. There are no single bedrooms with walk-in showers. There is no lift to the other bedroom floors. There is level access to Reception, Lounge, Bar and Restaurant but the Glencoe Suite which is occasionally used for entertainment is on the first floor. Please ensure you submit a Special Needs form if you are mobility impaired.