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Self guided walking tour of the Great Glen Way, In Style
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Highlights

  • Staying in stylish hotels and walking through Scotland's famous Great Glen.
  • Hand-picked hotels offering first class service and fine Scottish cuisine.
  • Walking beside the picture perfect Caledonian Canal.
  • Visiting Urquhart Castle with its superb setting on Loch Ness.
  • Some of the finest views of Britain's highest mountain, Ben Nevis.

Our Great Glen Way In Style walking holiday delivers a unique and truly memorable visit to Scotland for walkers wishing to experience the Great Glen Way in comfort and style. Stay in hand-picked hotels with first class service, traditional Scottish hospitality and culinary excellence.

Starting in Fort William, at the base of Ben Nevis, follow the Caledonian Canal via Neptune’s Staircase and past Loch Lochy and Loch Oich. Trace the western shore of Loch Ness until you reach the trail's end in historic Inverness with its castle. From here you can take a cruise on the loch in search of Nessie, and visit Urquhart Castle.

Day 1:
Arrive Fort William

Lying in the shadow of Ben Nevis at the head of Loch Linnhe sits Scotland’s outdoor capital - Fort William.


Glasgow and Inverness are the closest airports to Fort William and regular trains and buses connect to Fort William.


Overnight: Nevis Bank Inn****, Fort William


The modern 4-star Nevis Bank Inn is the perfect place to spend your first night in the Highlands. Situated on the banks of the River Ness, you can enjoy a meal in the excellent 'Browns' restaurant or relax in the bar.  Fort William is just a 10 mins walk away.


Day 2:
Walk to Gairlochy

You start on the outskirts of Fort William following the River Lochy with a short detour to Old Inverlochy Castle. Ben Nevis Distillery, which runs tastings and tours is also just off the route. After briefly following the banks of Loch Linnhe you reach Corpach where the Caledonian Canal meets the Atlantic.
Here you turn northeast and follow the towpath to Banavie and Neptune’s staircase, a series of lochs which raise the canal 80 feet in 400.


 Leaving Banavie behind you follow the canal towpath as it winds its way through stunning countryside above the River Lochy with great views of Ben Nevis and the Grey Corries. On arrival in Gairlochy we will transfer you to your accommodation in Spean Bridge.


Walk: 10.5 miles / 17 km


Overnight: Smiddy House****, Spean Bridge


Once the village Smithy this 4-star  ‘Restaurant With Rooms’ offers first class Scottish hospitality.
Rooms are individually designed but it is its cuisine for which Smiddy House is known. Highland game, beef and lamb, scallops from the Isle of Mull, Arisaig prawns and salmon from Wester Ross all feature frequently on the menu.


Day 3:
Walk to Laggan

From Gairlochy you follow the shore of Loch Lochy on forest tracks through land owned by the Cameron Clan. The Clan Cameron Museum at Achnacarry is well worth the short detour. Achnacarry was also home to one of the toughest commando training camps in the world.


If you do decide to visit the museum we would strongly recommend taking the detour (on the minor road) past Loch Arkaig to then re-join the path again at Clunes as this is a wonderful walk. After Clunes the road continues on fire tracks above Loch Lochy all the way to South Laggan.


Walk: 12 miles / 19 km


Overnight: Glengarry Castle Hotel***


Glengarry Castle sits on the shores of Loch Oich, between Loch Ness and Loch Lochy in a beautiful woodland setting. You will be greeted with the aroma of the wood smoke from the burning log fires.  Rooms are individually styled in traditional highland style and staying in a castle is always special, especially when you can look forward to a fine meal in the castle restaurant with fine views of Loch Oich.



Day 4:
Walk to Fort Augustus

Your day starts at Laggan Bridge, which is the highpoint of the Caledonian Canal at 106ft above sea level. Initially you follow the Eastern shore of Loch Oich, through one of Scotland’s most beautiful pristine natural woodlands, which is teeming with bird and wildlife. Once you reach the end of Loch Oich at Oich Bridge you follow the canal for a few miles along to Fort Augustus.


This is a lovely section of canal and Kytra Lock is one of the highlights of the entire walk.
Fort Augustus is centred on a series of lochs which are always a hive of activity. It is a great spot to spend afternoon or evening.


Walk: 10.5 miles / 17 km


Overnight: The Lovat Hotel***, Fort Augustus


The Lovat is a beautiful, eco-friendly hotel located in the village of Fort Augustus on the southern tip of Loch Ness.  Rooms are contemporary yet traditional with the majority enjoying views of mountains, the Canal or Loch Ness.


Meals can be taken in the main restaurant, offering a finer dining experience or in the Brassiere.  Both provide diverse menus cooked from some of the finest ingredients found in Scotland.


Day 5 Walk to Invermoriston

At Fort Augustus you leave the canal and begin your journey on the banks of Loch Ness. This section has some steep climbs and is mainly on fire roads and some good tracks. You have great views of Loch Ness throughout so make sure you keep those eyes peeled for the monster.


Walk: 8 miles / 13 km


Overnight: Glen Moriston Arms, Invermoriston


Invermoriston is a small but charming village not far from Loch Ness. Stay in a superior, superking or four-poster bed room at this friendly and welcoming hotel, which boasts a relaxed guest lounge with open fire, bar, and a restaurant serving such delights as pan-seared wood pigeon or Highland venison stroganoff. Why not treat yourself to a relaxing massage in the hotel’s treatment room (pre-booking essential).


Day 6:
Walk to Drumnadrochit

Rejoin the Great Glen Way as it climbs steeply out of Invermoriston. The path climbs steeply until you are high above Loch Ness, it then descends again to the Lochside after three miles and climbs again, so yes, a tougher day of walking today. Most of the section is spent on woodland paths and tracks on the steep sides of the Glen.


A great day's walk ends in Drumnadrochit, famous for its Loch Ness Monster experiences.



Walk: 14.5 miles / 23 km


Overnight: Loch Ness Inn, Drumnadrochit


The Loch Ness Inn is found in the heart of the small town, run by a friendly team who have won numerous Scottish hotel awards. Most of the restaurant’s fish is sourced from Mallaig, with seafood from Applecross Bay. There is also Highland farmed beef, lamb and venison.


Day 7:
Walk to Loch Laide

Today you will walk the section of the Great Glen Way from Drumnadrochit to Loch Laide.


This morning you’ll be transferred further north, so that you can start your day’s walking and appreciate the easier descent and views of Loch Ness as you walk back to your hotel. Returning to Drumnadrochit, if you have time, pay a visit to Urquhart Castle which is nestled on a rocky promontory on the loch, within easy walking distance of the town. With over a thousand years of history, a visit to this picturesque castle is well worthwhile.


Walk: 7 miles / 11 km


Overnight: Loch Ness Inn, Drumnadrochit



Day 8
Walk to Inverness

Take a short transfer back to where you started your walk yesterday (this is a remote part of the Great Glen Way).  You follow woodland trails to climb and rejoin the Great Glen Way at Loch Laide. Here you follow a minor road across the heather moors for a few miles and then at Blackfold you branch off through the forest before beginning your descent down towards Inverness and the Moray Firth.



Following the Caledonian Canal and River Ness you soon walk into the centre of Inverness and Inverness Castle, which marks the end of your walk on the Great Glen Way.


Walk: 12.5 miles / 20 km


Overnight: Rocpool Hotel*****, Inverness


The Rocpool hotel is a boutique hotel providing modern elegance and outstanding service.  The bedrooms are classically chic and come with all the amenities you would expect from a 5-star hotel. Unwind in the R bar overlooking the river and enjoy an evening drink. The Chez Roux restaurant is overseen by the multi award-winning chef Albert Roux OBE. A fitting highpoint on which to end your trip.


Day 9:
Depart Inverness

Your trip ends after breakfast. Inverness has good rail, bus and air links to destinations throughout Scotland the UK. 


The High Route

In Summer 2014, through a £1 million project, the Forestry Commission Scotland created over 10 miles (16km) of waymarked Great Glen ‘High Route’ above Loch Ness. These new options take you above the treeline and offer fantastic views than the traditional route, with some challenging gradients and a new summit at 422m (1385ft) on Creag Dhearg.

Accommodation 

One of the highlights of this tour is the high standard of the
accommodation. We specifically choose the hotels to ensure that you
enjoy every minute of your stay. They all offer a warm welcome to
walkers, traditional hospitality and delicious local food. 


Solo Walkers & Single Rooms


This tour is available to solo walkers, although a supplement is
payable. If you require single rooms within your party we would be happy
to accommodate your request, although it is not generally possible to
secure more than three single rooms in a party.  A single supplement is
also payable.


Meals

A hearty breakfast is included each morning. The hotels offer a continental and full cooked breakfast, which should
keep you going for hours.


Lunch and dinner are not included so you are free to choose from the
available options. Most of your accommodations will be more than happy
to provide a packed lunch on request and this can be booked on arrival.
Alternatively your guide book  includes details of local pubs and
convenient lunch stops on the way. Dinner is available either at your
accommodation or nearby pubs and restaurants.



Below is a selection of the accommodation we use in the Great Glen Way In Style.



 



 




Nevis Bank Inn - Fort William

The modern, 4-star Nevis Bank Inn is situated on the banks of the River Ness, just a ten mins walk from the centre of of Fort William. It boasts a lovely restaurant 'Browns' and a cosy bar.


 

 

 


 

 

 



Smiddy House - Spean Bridge



Smiddy House B&B - Spean Bridge

Four star graded ‘Restaurant With Rooms’ offering first class Scottish hospitality.


 

 

 


 

 

 




The Lovat Hotel - Fort Augustus

The Lovat is an award-winning eco-friendly hotel, situated on the southern tip of Loch Ness. Located in the loch-side village of Fort Augustus, in the heart of the Scottish Highlands.


 

 

 


 

 

 




Glen Moriston Arms - Invermoriston

Invermoriston is a small but charming village not far from Loch Ness. Stay in a superior, superking or four-poster bed room at this friendly and welcoming hotel, which boasts a relaxed guest lounge with open fire, bar, and a restaurant serving such delights as pan-seared wood pigeon or Highland venison stroganoff. Why not treat yourself to a relaxing massage in the hotel’s treatment room (pre-booking essential).


 

 

 


 

 

 



Loch Ness Inn - Drumnadrochit



Loch Ness Inn - Drumnadrochit

The Loch Ness Inn is found in the heart of the small town, run by a friendly team who have won numerous Scottish hotel awards. Most of the restaurant’s fish is sourced from Mallaig, with seafood from Applecross Bay. There is also Highland farmed beef, lamb and venison.


 

 

 


 

 

 



Rocpool Hotel - Inverness



Rocpool Hotel - Inverness

The Rocpool hotel is a boutique hotel providing modern elegance and outstanding service. The bedrooms are classically chic and come with all the amenities you would expect from a 5-star hotel. Unwind in the R bar overlooking the river and enjoy an evening drink. The Chez Roux restaurant is overseen by the multi award-winning chef Albert Roux OBE.


 

 

 

Busy Travel Dates

Please try if possible to avoid booking
over the 8th - 22nd May 2015 as The Great Outdoor Challenge is taking
place and accommodations are already very busy. Also, a running event is taking place on and around the 12th September so there is little availability on this date.

Single Rooms & Solo Walkers

This holiday is available to solo walkers, although a single supplement is payable. If you require single rooms within your party we would be happy to accommodate your request, although it is not generally possible to secure more than three single rooms in a party. A single supplement is payable.


Baggage Transfer

Your bags will be collected from your accommodation each day and moved onto your overnight accommodation. We ask you to limit your luggage to one bag of up to 18kg per person.


General Information

The distances and ascent/descents are approximations of the recommended routes. Please be prepared by packing all necessary items, for example, proper rain gear (jacket and pants), sun hat, sunscreen. Your information pack has a detailed equipment list which includes standard walking gear such as good walking boots or shoes, warm and waterproof clothes for the cooler months and lightweight clothing for summer, and a day pack.


Travel Insurance

It is a requirement of booking this tour with Macs Adventure that you have suitable travel insurance which covers you for the activity and emergency evacuation and hospital care.


Getting to/from Fort William

By Air: Inverness and Glasgow Airports are the most convenient. From Inverness Airport catch the bus (2 hours) or arrange a private transfer to Fort William. From Glasgow Airport take the shuttle bus into Glasgow city centre and then the train (4 hours) or bus (3 hours) to Fort William.


By Train: Between 3 and 4 trains run daily from Glasgow to Fort William and the journey takes around 4 hours. Widely regarded as one of the world’s great rail journeys this is a great way to start your trip.


Visit www.nationalrail.co.uk for timetables and tickets.


By Bus: Scottish Citylink operates 9 buses per day from Glasgow (3 hours) and 8 buses per day from Inverness (2 hours) to Inverness.


Visit www. citylink.co.uk for timetables and tickets.


By Car: Fort William is 100 miles (3 hours) north of Glasgow on the A82. Parking (not secure) is available in Fort William. You can leave your car at some accommodation we use in Fort William but please request this at the time of booking.


Private Transfers: We can arrange private transfers from Glasgow, Inverness or Edinburgh. Just ask us for a quote. Often is spectacular and a great way to begin your adventure.


Journey Planning: If travelling by public transport the website www.travelinescotland.com has an excellent journey planner.


Getting from Inverness


Inverness has excellent transport links by road, rail and air to destinations throughout Scotland and the UK. Use the websites listed above for timetables and tickets.

Included

  • Eight nights hand picked 3,4 & 5 star country hotels, inns and restaurants with rooms including breakfast.
  • One nights dinner in Spean Bridge at a Michelin Star restaurant.
  • Door to door baggage transfer.
  • Transfers on Days 7 and 8 to the start of the walk.
  • Transfers to/from hotels when off route.
  • A comprehensive information pack, map and guidebook.
  • Emergency telephone support from our office in the event of a problem.

Excluded

  • Travel to Fort William/from Inverness
  • Lunches, dinners, snacks and drinks.
  • Travel Insurance.
  • Taxi transfers or public transport should you need to skip a stage.

Extras

  • Additional nights before, during or after your walk.
  • Private transfer from Inverness to Fort William.

We are often asked the following questions and I hope that you will find the answers useful. Please don’t hesitate to contact us or perhaps visit our walking forum for more advice from our clients and team.

How fit do I need to be?

The Great Glen Way is a relatively easy walking trail and if you are a regular walker or lead an active lifestyle you will enjoy the trail. If you currently don’t enjoy that level of fitness regular walking supplemented by cardio vascular exercise for at least 6 months prior to your walk is recommended. A good gym or personal trainer will be able to draw up a personalised training programme.

How far in advance do I need to book?

We suggest you book as soon as your plans are finalised as the Great Glen is extremely popular especially over April/May and July/August. You will find up to date availability on our website and we will always try and accommodate your plans.

What personal equipment do I need?

You will need good walking shoes/boots (ideally waterproof), comfortable walking clothes, waterproof jacket and trousers, a daypack and hats/gloves etc.

How do the baggage transfers work?

Your bags will be transferred from your accommodation as per your itinerary and moved on to your next overnight accommodation.  We ask you to limit your luggage to one bag of up to 18kg per person.

When is the best time of year?

Traditionally April/May has always been the most popular time of year because the theory goes that the weather is better and the midges have not yet appeared. Although having walked the way in every summer month I believe any time between late March and October offers a wonderful experience.

What are the midges like?

Midges are small biting insects (much like North American gnats) which are prevalent in the summer months. They are particularly bad on still, overcast days but do not bother you if you are moving, the wind is blowing, sun is shining, it’s raining, or you are inside so as long as you carry repellent for the odd occasion you may need it they shouldn’t have any impact on your experience.

Am I able to take my dog?

Unfortunately we are unable to accommodate walkers with dogs as many of the accommodation providers we use do not accept pets and several sections of the way are closed to dogs as they are permissive paths through farm land.

What happens if I can't walk a stage?

You can use public transport or local taxis to continue to your next overnight stop.

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  • Well organised (11)
  • Great accommodations (9)
  • Once in a lifetime experience (4)

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5.0

A Great Trip!

By Don

from Pittsburgh, PA

About Me Occasional Traveller

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Fun
  • Great Accommodations
  • Well Organised

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Holiday
    • Relaxation
    • Trying Something New

    Comments about macs adventure Great Glen Way In Style:

    We enjoy hiking and walking trips and we had heard good things about Macs, but we had never booked a trip with them before. The Great Glen Way in Style was a first class trip. The accommodations were very nice, the people were friendly, and the food was amazing! We walked 10 - 15 miles per day, carrying all of our own kit, and I still gained weight during the trip!

     
    5.0

    Great Walk

    By Vector

    from Canada

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    Pros

    • Fun
    • Once in a Lifetime Experience
    • Well Organised

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Holiday
      • Trying Something New

      Comments about macs adventure Great Glen Way In Style:

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      4.0

      Great Glen Way-In Style

      By DSL

      from USA-North Carolina

      About Me Avid Adventurer, World Traveller

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      Pros

      • Fun
      • transportation was well organized

      Cons

      • A hotel lost our reservation, was fully booked
      • Some accommodations lacking

      Best Uses

      • A most intimate way to see a country
      • Holiday

      Comments about macs adventure Great Glen Way In Style:

      We had a B & B that lost our reservation, but we were placed in a higher rated accommodation by Caroline and all transport extras were also taken care off. The accommodations were all fine with the exception of The Glen Mhor in Inverness. The Glen Mhor location to finish the entire Great Glen Way is ideal, but this hotel is old and dated and cannot be described as in style. The in style part in this hotel does not apply and an alternative should be found.

       
      5.0

      A Great Time

      By Explorers

      from Indiana

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      Pros

      • Fun
      • Great Accommodations
      • Well Organised

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Holiday
        • Trying Something New

        Comments about macs adventure Great Glen Way In Style:

        The trip was so well organized, and the Macs Adventure people were very helpful. The lodgings were quite nice (only one minor exception which wasn't bad, just not "In Style' in our opinion -- which may have had to do with what was available in the town). We look forward to planning another trip!

         
        5.0

        Perfect!

        By Kevin

        from Surrey

        About Me Occasional Traveller

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        Pros

        • Fun
        • Great Accommodations
        • Well Organised

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Holiday
          • Relaxation
          • Trying Something New

          Comments about macs adventure Great Glen Way In Style:

          From the start the Great Glen Way in Style organised by Macs Adventures was perfect. The organisation was faultless, the accommodation excellent - especially The Lovat in Fort Augustus and RocPool in Inverness. The walk itself is very well signed and the paths well maintained. The scenery is simply stunning from mountain views to ancient forests to canal side strolls to walking by crystal clear lochs. 80 miles is about right (for us) in a week - not too tiring but you certainly know you have had some exercise!

          The transfer arrangements were seamless - and all in all we can not say enough about this wonderful experience.

          PS the weather helped - one day it was 27 degrees celsius!!!

           
          5.0

          Perfectly organized - very nice accommodation and good food!

          By Alcarion

          from Germany

          About Me Occasional Traveller

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          Pros

          • Fun
          • Good Food
          • Great Accommodations
          • Well Organised

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Holiday
            • Relaxation

            Comments about macs adventure Great Glen Way In Style:

            The trip was perfectly organized - every single transfer worked as described in the information package, our luggage was always already in our room when we arrived, and the information contained in the Macs Adventure information package was accurate and complete.

            Of course there are some hotels and B&Bs that we liked better than others (for example, we would at any times prefer the Smiddy house or the Lovat to Glengarry Castle because of the food, which at Glengarry Castle is some levels below the standard set by the dinners we had at the Smiddy House or the Lovat, but if you are more into the nice setting and castle feeling Glengarry provides, your preference would maybe differ from ours), but overall the selection was in line with the "in style" tag placed on this tour.

            This was our first trip with Macs Adventure - and definitely not our last.

            Tip: On two days (between Fort Augustus and the Glenmoriston Arms as well as the day after) you can decide whether to take the high route or the classical low route on the Great Glen Way. In both cases we took the high route, which was not too strenuous and provided great views on Loch Ness - looking back, these two high route parts were the most spectacular parts of the way and we would recommend them to all walkers of the Great Glen Way.

            (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            A real adventure in style

            By Guchmyster

            from California, USA

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            Pros

            • Fun
            • Good Accommodations
            • Great Food Choices
            • Great Sites
            • Well Organised

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • For The Journey
              • Love To Hike
              • Relaxation
              • Trying Something New

              Comments about macs adventure Great Glen Way In Style:

              The two of us had a great time on the Great Glen Way in Style by Mac's Adventures. We will definitely think of going through them for our next trip too. Everything leg of the trip was extremely well planned out and seamless. The Scots are very accommodating and service oriented which made our trip extra special. All but one of the hotels was near excellent, the other being quirky, but still good, fun and satisfactory. We walked 6 of the 7 days and had a real blast averaging about 14 miles/day (from our GPS). We never set out earlier than 9:30 am and really took our time strolling from Loch (lake) to Lock. The food was really excellent overall and we mostly ate at our hotels. What a great trip. We got lucky and never got rained on (a miracle we hear) but be prepared for rain anyways and for the midges when you stop (don't let them land on your skin!).

              (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              4.0

              Great Glen Escape in Style

              By Wiltonites

              from Wilton, CT USA

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              Pros

              • Fun
              • Great Accommodations
              • Well Organised

              Cons

              • One Bad Hotel

              Best Uses

              • Holiday

              Comments about macs adventure Great Glen Way In Style:

              Great organization by Mac Adventures on our short "Great Glen Escape In Style". They responded well to the questions we had leading up to the trip, and everything went off without a hitch on the walk. Here's what we thought about the accommodations:
              Lovat, Fort Augustus: Very nice room and welcome; one of the better meals on the trip
              Glen Moriston Inn, Invermoriston: Great country inn. Beautiful room with a huge two person tub that was great after a day of hiking. Lovely, quiet setting. Good food and lunch
              Loch Ness Inn, Drum: This one was a problem: small, stuffy room without a tub, facing out on the street with noise from people leaving the pub below. inexpensive food but nothing special, and inedible packed lunch (that we paid extra for). Guesthouse level, not the "in style" that we expected. Nothing had a hint of luxury there. Mac Adventures needs to find another alternative in Drum
              Reserve Rocpool Hotel in Inverness! Could not have been better. Wonderful service, perfect room, great location. A great way to end the walk.

              The walk itself was fantastic. Some of the best scenery we have seen. Smooth gravel walks most of the time. A great mix of mountains, moors and forest. Memorable.
              Some tips for other Americans: for the lunches: you may have to ask for water rather than soda pop, and ask to get fruit.

               
              5.0

              Even better than hoped

              By Erica and Frank

              from the Netherlands

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              Pros

              • Amazing
              • Fun
              • Great Accommodations
              • Once in a Lifetime Experience
              • Well Organised

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Holiday
                • Relaxation
                • Trying Something New

                Comments about macs adventure Great Glen Way In Style:

                We walked this one end of August/early September.
                A walking holiday was a first for us, as a result there was a lot of "can we do this?" anxiety before we booked. Our inexperience was of the reasons why we opted for the Great Glen Way, Macs Adventures in style option. We reasoned that if this holiday type turned out not to be for us we'd at least enjoy the hotels.

                We need not have worried. The holiday was absolutely amazing and we loved loved loved all of it. The walk was the right level for a first time. The Highlands were as pretty and imposing as we rememebered them and we had mostly good weather (the only factor that cannot be controlled). We only had one day of lost of rain. Some drizzle on two others.

                The hotels were good to excellent, with Rocpool being a fanatastic hotel to celebrate reaching the finishing line. The restaurants with the hotels were also good to excellent and we have eaten some amazing Scottish Cuisine. All people in the hotels were very friendly and we did not hear one negative about Macs Adventures. They are well known with a good reputation everywhere. Even when we were talking to somebody from the Great Glen Way organisation they were known.

                (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                5.0

                Awesome

                By Sonia forever journeying and learning.

                from Guildford

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                Pros

                • Fun
                • Great Accommodations
                • Once in a Lifetime Experience
                • Well Organised

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Holiday
                  • Inspiring
                  • Relaxation
                  • Trying Something New

                  Comments about macs adventure Great Glen Way In Style:

                  What a way to unwind with breathtaking scenery! Away from it all in beautiful surroundings and a sense we had the world to ourselves. Cannot recommend enough!

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