Fort William Highland Wetherspoons
- "Had fish and chips. Fish had been cremated. Restaurant was exceptionally hectic so didn't complain at time as staff flat-out."
- "Nice clean hotel with a fantastic location. Well suited for checking out bars and restaurants..."
- "Great day."
- "great large space, extremely comfy sleep and nice staff."
- "Great location, neat and well maintained..."
In regards to the hotel
FREE WI-FI in most area's. The King's Highway is a 27 bedroomed resort managed by JD Wetherspoon comprising of Singles, doubles, twins, people and a handicapped equipped room with walk in bath. All of our bedrooms are en-suite with flat display television.
complimentary beverage, coffee, biscuits and mineral water with comfortable sealy beds. All spaces have actually a hair dryer, metal and ironing panels. We provide morning meal from 7am until noon and our complete food selection is availbale until 11pm 1 week per week. We lack a car or truck park but there is a Multi-storey 3 minutes from us and prices are from £1. 40 to £7. 00 for 24 hours. You'll park in the pub clear of 18. 00pm until 08. 00am. We have a good start on site. Inverness is the Gateway into the Highlands, with a rich number of places to visit and things to do in both and across the city. The town boasts a host of historic buildings, notably in Old Town, which you yourself can value whilst you browse town shops through the Victorian Market to your new award-winning Eastgate centre. Take a stroll to Inverness Castle, at this time used as a courthouse, and St Andrew's Cathedral, which take over the River Ness and one of the most extremely breathtaking riverside settings in Britain. Enjoy the fine circular walk through the palace across the lake and through the Ness Islands where you can watch fishermen casting long outlines to jumping Atlantic salmon. You can even get an everyday solution and try it yourself. Over the town lies Craig Phadrig, once the stronghold of Pictish Kings, which offers interesting woodland strolls and magnificent views of this Moray Firth, house to a varied range of wildlife including bottlenose dolphins which can even be seen from city. Take-in one of our numerous events and festivals, that will be updated throughout the year, explore the art, history and heritage regarding the Highlands at Inverness Museum & Art Gallery or relax in tropical gardens at Inverness Floral Hall - or why not simply take an open-topped bus ride around the city or a Cruise down the Caledonian Canal to renowned Loch Ness. Also alongside the canal could be the interesting and unusual Titanic Inverness Maritime Museum. Loves of Lochness Marathon, Rockness Festival. Beladrum Festival, additionally every year more and more huge star’s now visited Inverness and play various venues. If it’s not enough there’s a lot more to see and do around Inverness.