Fort William and Lochaber has a really good selection of pubs and bars which offer bar meals and good beers.

Cobbs Bar, located at the side of the Nevisport Shop - serve cask conditioned ale to a good standard. The bar has a large open fire, which is very welcoming on a cold day. Brewers Fayre has a bar area in their family restaurant within walking distance of the bus and train stations.The Ben Nevis Inn at the foot of Ben Nevis where good food and drink is served all day with a selection of Highland cask conditioned ales. In Glen Nevis, the Glen Nevis Restaurant has a large and friendly lounge bar which also serves cask ales. At the entrance to Glen Nevis is Browns Restaurantwho have an excellent menu and bar

The Grog and Gruel in the High Street usually has the widest choice of cask ales as well as a selection modern lagers from independent breweries.  The Crofter Bar is popular for live sport events and has a large bar area. In the centre of the High Street The Volunteer, is one of Fort William's oldest pubs, and named after recruits "volunteered" for active service in Scottish regiments in opposite Cameron Square. Today is provides pool and other special evening events. Towards the west end, The Ben Nevis Bar is also  long established Fort William pub, with two bars with a large dining area upstairs.

Fort William's largest pub/diner is Witherspoons Great Glen, which sits on the site of the former Grand Hotel. This bar has an excellent interior design based on the Outdoor Capital concept. It also just happens to be at the end of the West Highland Way...  So too is Fort William's newest pubs - The Black Isle, where they serve fresh pizza with a large selection of speciality ales and lagers. Over in the village of Caol is The Lochy Bar which does great value for money meals and serves one cask ale in summer. The Lochy is a good place for a beer or a coffee after a walk along the Caledonian Canal, or if you are staying locally in a self catering place. In Corpach on the Road to the Isles Tradewinds is another good watering hole for thirsty walkers and bikers.

South of Fort William in Glencoe is the Clachaig Inn, which has a great location and reputation for good beers and beer festivals, and at Onich where The Four Seasons Bar offers a friendly family environment for relaxing. They stock cask ales. The bar in the Glenfinnan House Hotel is well worth a visit to this very historic building in sight of the world famous Glenfinnan Monument. 

The Ben Nevis Inn at the foot of Ben Nevis where good food and drink is served all day with a selection of Highland cask conditioned ales. In Glen Nevis, the Glen Nevis Restaurant has a large and friendly lounge bar.  Garrison West in Cameron Square is a good place for a pleasant evening - very good menu and a nice ambience. Fort William's most recent addition is Witherspoons Great Glen, which sits on the site of the former Grand Hotel. This bar has an excellent interior design based on the Outdoor Capital concept and is probably the largest too. It also just happens to be at the end of the West Highland Way...

South of Fort William in Glencoe is the Clachaig Inn, which has a great location and reputation for good beers and beer festivals, and at Onich where The Four Seasons Bar offers a friendly family environment for relaxing. They stock cask ales.
The Lochy Bar & Restaurant Fort William
The Lochy Bar and Restaurant is extremely popular with locals and visitors. We are located on the edge of Caol village and near Banavie, by the Caledonian Canal - perfect for visiting yachts and visitors staying in the area. Our family restaurant offers good value, wholesome food with a tasty menu to suit most tastes. We have easy parking and an outside area with picnic tables when the weather is good. If you are looking for a nice evening with some good, traditional food, come on in and give us a try ! Our staff are great and guarantee a welcome smile and good customer service. We are now stocking cask ales during the summer months. VIEW OUR TASTY MENU  What some of our customers say: “We've been here before about 9yrs ago but didn't know if it had changed, it's a proper pub hurrah,the food was reasonably priced and very tasty, the Mongolian Curry was excellent, I mean really very good, and the bar is dog friendly, all in all a very good experience.” “Stopped here after walking on the Caledonian Canal with our dog. Staff very friendly and provided water and biscuit for the dog. Our lunch was lovely - food was nicely cooked and presented and service was efficient- a really pleasant stop on a nice summer day. Thanks to all!” “Despite being a busy Friday night service was very friendly and food arrived quickly. Very tasty and good portion sizes. Good atmosphere and friendly staff. Will certainly return when in the area again.” Click for MORE TRIP ADVISOR REVIEWS: VISIT US ON FACEBOOK
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