An isolated and pretty location but taking luggage from the station quite a treak then being told no room in the hotel but we were to stay in outdoor huts a bit off a shock had to slide down a grassy bank,one lady fell, only then to be told not to go that way was an instruction a tad too late. The hut was clearly geared to outdoor walkers or the type that only need basic accommodation as it was more ymca than luxury. At breakfast I iasked for porrage and a cooked breakfast but told I could only have one or the other! Many would say that would warrant only a one star! Marked higher brecause we travelled on a Railtrailr party and the only excuse was itmay have been cheap, it definitely needed to be! The general waiting staff were also very good problem is with owners and management I suspect
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- The Bridge of Orchy Hotel sits on the A82 which is the main route to the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. The train station which is only minutes walk from the Hotel is served daily by trains from London, Glasgow and Fort William. The Hotel has become renowned for its fine cuisine and real hospitality, it is surrounded by some of Scotland's finest scenery including several munros, loch and river fishing, skiing, distilleries and breweries. ... more less
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