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Eating Out

Our Special Recommendations

From Easter until the end of September each year, The Stables Restaurant, situated right next door to the Lodge,  is open all day offering a full breakfast menu, light lunch choices and a selection of Italian Pizza and Pasta alongside a variety of other menu choices for dinner.   The bright interior and friendly staff  make it particularly popular with our guests.   

There are many other restaurants within a 10 minute walk of the Lodge, including our other personal favourite, The Tavern Restaurant, which offers an excellent choice of well presented meals at reasonable prices.

We have close links with both of the above, so please ask the Receptionist if you would like to make a booking at either of these excellent venues or need directions to The Tavern.

Fort William also has a large range of other Restaurants serving Indian, Thai, Chinese and British cuisine. Our personal selection would include the popular and renowned seafood restaurant “The Crannog” offering expertly cooked seafood in a cosy lochside location –  although a little bit pricier, the view out over Loch Linnhe more than compensates for the extra cost.

The Indian Garden Restaurant in the centre of the town, a very cosy and friendly place with very good food,

The Spice Tandoori restaurant which, if you are lucky enough to get a window seat, offers beautiful views out over Loch Linnhe.

The local Chinese Restaurant located at the west end of the High Street called The Highland Star again offering lovely views from its window seats;

Café Mango, located very near the Lodge at the bottom of the hill offers a mixture of Indian and Thai food and has built up a great reputation for the quality of their dishes.

These are just a small selection of the  many bars and restaurants located mainly along the High Street but also further afield throughout the Fort William area.  Further details and local knowledge are available from the Tourist Information Centre located at the bottom of the hill on the High Street, or from Reception.