I have dined at Cobbs several times, great wee pub that does excellent home cooked food. Definitely recommended.
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We decided to have an early dinner and after having looked around, we chose Cobbs as it was en route back to our hotel. The ground floor is a bit dimly lit but the small upper floor is well lit with Velux windows and doors...More
Good value place to eat in Fort William. Soup and a sandwich/toastie are always filling and a good price. Good selection of savoury and sweet treats. Only thing to watch if you have mobility issues is the cafe is up stairs and the toilets are...More
The food here was homemade and wholesome at a very reasonable price. The only downfall was the speed of the service, but that was to be expected when there is one lady serving the soup, the cakes, taking orders and money. It was a welcome...More
Went in here for a quiet pint during the evening when visiting Fort William. Very friendly staff and a nice atmosphere. No rowdiness, everyone chatting away nicely enjoying a drink. My son and his friends who are training in the area usually go here once...More
There are in fact, TWO Cobbs at Nevisport. There is the upstairs one and the downstairs one. Both are quite fantastic to eat in, but only the downstairs one is wheelchair friendly. The downstairs one is partly in a bar. The menu is quite varied....More
I was a regular here on winter climbing trips for years when it was the Nevisport Bar. Then I moved abroad and in the interim time it changed hands when Nevisport changed and shrank. It's lost a lot of that 'expedition pub' feel, striving now...More
We are regular visitors to Fort William and always stop here for dinner. It's guaranteed good pub grub at reasonable prices. Although it can look at bit dubious from the outside, inside it's got a real fire and is warm and welcoming.
We ended up here almost by accident, after being caught in the rain and not wanting to wander much further. On first glance it appears to be a quite standard local pub, but it did have a lovely open coal fire and the staff were...More