We all have different taste and likes where eating food is concerned so we will list the places that are most popular with our guests, along with contact details and tips where relevant.
Please remember you are staying in the rural Highlands and many restaurants stop serving food at 9pm except at busy times. However, the Indian and Chinese restaurants usually serve food later.
“Click” on the name of the Hotel, Restaurant or pub to be forwarded to their website. The link opens in a new window.
Booking not necessary
Closest to Torlundy House
|The Moorings Hotel, Banavie – Traditional hotel food from local sources, formal and informal and open all year. Located by the Caledonian Canal at Neptune’s Starcase. Open all year.||Booking advised.|
|The Lochy Pub, Caol – local pub with local low cost food and local pub atmosphere. Open all year.||Booking rarely required|
|Inverlochy Castle Hotel, Torlundy – The place for a very special meal. Formal dining in Michelin Starred restaurant. Dress Code – gentlemen will require a jacket and tie. Open all year.||Booking essential.|
In and closer to Fort William
|Brown’s Restaurant at the Nevis Bank Inn, Belford Road, Fort William – local produce used for local and international cuisine, contemporary atmosphere. Open all year.||Booking Essential|
|Glen Nevis Restaurant, Glen Nevis – traditional british food. Open Easter to October. Can dine in the restaurant or bar.||Booking Advised in restaurant.|
|Ben Nevis Inn, Achintee – a walker’s inn, converted barn, great atmosphere, very varied menu and good food. Very popular. Closed in January.||Booking Essential|
|The Crannog on the pier in town. Local seafood restaurant. Open all year.||Booking Essential|
|Cafe Mango, in the High Street. Indian and Thai food.||Booking Advised|
|The Tavern Cafe Bar, in the High Street. Small pub/restaurant. Open all year.||No booking required.|
|Garrison West, in the High Street. Restaurant with bar.||Booking Essential|
|The Grog and Gruel, in the High Street. Cask ales, some local, upstairs restaurant. Local produce and an extensive menu from local to international. Open all year.||Can be very busy, do not take bookings|
|The Stables, Dudley Road, Fort William. Just off the High Street. Grill and steak house style. Open all year.||Booking Advised.|
|Bistro at the Alexandra Hotel, on the parade at this end of town. Traditional hotel/bar food. Open all year.||May require booking in high season.|
|Weatherspoons, at the west end of the High Street. Serves food till late. Open all year||No booking required|
|West End Hotel, at the west end of town on the roundabout. Traditional hotel/bar food. Closed January. Bar and restaurant service.||Booking Advised.|
|Ben Nevis Bar, in the High Street pub food, specials board for variety. Open all year.||No booking required.|
|The Crofter, in the High Street. Pub food. Open all year.||No Booking required.|
|The Geographer, in the High Street. Open all year.||Booking not required.|
|Spice Tandoori, in the High Steet at the west end. Open all year.||Booking Advised.|
Well worth it but you need to drive.
|The Old Station Restaurant, Spean Bridge. Converted station building, locally sourced food, great atmosphere, home made food. Open March to November||Booking Essential|
|Russell’s at the Smiddy House, Spean Bridge. 2 AA Rosettes, intimate. Local and Scottish produce. Open all year.||Booking Essential|
|Old Pines Restaurant, Spean Bridge. Close to the Commando Memorial. Local produce and Traditional menu. Seasonal opening||Booking Essential.|
|Loch Leven Seafood Cafe, on the road between North Ballachulish and Kinlochleven. Excellent seafood and award winning.||Booking Essential|
|Glen Spean Lodge Hotel, 2 miles beyond Roybridge. Restaurant and Bar menus. Seasonal opening. Local food, local specialities.||Booking Advised|
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Fruit Options at Breakfast
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