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West Highland Way

The West Highland Way is a 95 mile walking holiday from Milnegavie in Glasgow to Fort William in Lochaber. Most people do the whole walk in 5-6 days and say over in a different location most nights. Find out more on the Visit Fort William website

The West Highland Way is 152km (95 miles) long. The walk links Milngavie, just outside Glasgow, to Fort William in the Highlands. From the outskirts of Scotland's largest city to the foot of its highest mountain, following the shores of the largest freshwater loch - Loch Lomond, it passes from the lowlands, across the Highland boundary Fault and on into the Scottish Highlands.
 Much of the Way follows ancient and historic routes of communication, and makes use of military roads built by troops to help control the Jacobite Clans and the drover roads along which Highlanders herded their cattle and sheep to market in the lowlands.
 The West Highland Way is extremely popular with walkers from all over the world. If you are considering the walk, which usually take 5-6 days, take a visit to official WHW website.
 You are advised to arrange accommodation in all your overnight destinations before departure. Kinlochleven, Glen Nevis and Fort William are all part of the West Highland Way. We also recommend taking a two or three day break at the end of the Way in Fort William. If you've got any stamina left and your feet don't hurt too much, there's always Ben Nevis...

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Larchwood B&B is situated just outside the village of Roy Bridge, in Glen Spean. The house is set in its own grounds of 2 acres, with a further 3 acres of croft land adjacent, and enjoys a remote, riverside position set back from the road. There are scenic views in all directions and wildlife abounds. Ample parking is available plus secure parking for bikes and outdoor equipment.  Aside from enjoying the spectacular scenery, a whole range of activities including hill walking, climbing, skiing, mountain biking, fishing and water-sports are easily available within a short distance.  Larchwood is an ideal place to stay while visiting or touring the Highlands of Scotland. Fort William is 18 miles away (25 minutes drive) whilst Ben Nevis, Glencoe, the Great Glen, Loch Ness, Inverness, Oban and the Isle of Skye are all within easy reach of a day trip. There is plenty to do, however long you stay, and always something to come back to next time. Larchwood has underfloor central heating in all rooms and two well-appointed Guest Bedrooms: The Garden Room. A large and lavishly furnished room with king sized double bed, full length windows with patio door leading to decking and garden, giving breath-taking views across our pond to the mountains beyond. En-suite shower room, TV, tea and coffee making facilities. The Croft Room has views of our croft, Cille Choirill church and the hills beyond. Double bed, en-suite bath room (with shower), TV, tea and coffee making facilities. Both B&B rooms have been carefully decorated and furnished to a high standard, with warm and comfortable beds. We aim to provide luxury bed and breakfast accommodation, a home from home. WiFi Internet Access is available for guests to use as well as a full sized snooker table. Drying facilities available. All the rooms are located on the ground floor. 
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