Located in the Glenmoriston Arms Hotel, Moriston Bar is a heaven for those who love whiskey. Choose from over one hundred malt whiskeys! For those of you who prefer wine or beers, these are well catered for too. So come along to catch up with our friends over a drink or simply laze around watching the world go by.
Fiddlers Highland is a white detached building with attractive plants on the balcony almost opposite the main car park in Drumnadcrochit, which is on the main road to Inverness from Fort William. Scottish based food is served using local produce from noon until late in the evenings. An ideal spot for a snack after a hard day searching for Nessie.
The Grog & Gruel is a popular real ale listed pub in the center of Fort William's pedestrian precinct, that is High Street. You'll find an ever changing range of beers available, a satellite TV and a lively atmosphere. Upstairs in the restaurant, try some of the home made pasta or perhaps a Mexican meal. Ample parking space is available only a short walk away, along the front of Loch Linnhe.
Old Pines is a family home as well as a restaurant, enjoy an intimate candle lit dinner in the conservatory. Your food will be prepared from fresh Scottish ingredients produced in their own garden. You are welcome to bring your own wine to compliment your meal. For food lovers, this a feast to the senses.
The Dores Inn is thought to be quite ancient and is decorated in stone, and clean wooden panels, a cozy place to spend a quiet evening or lunch. The food is home prepared traditional recipes like haggis, fish and chips, and beef ale pie. There is some music, but mostly it is unobtrusive background, this is a good place for a chat.
You will find the Lock Inn next to the first lock of the Caledonian Canal at the end of Loch Ness. During the summer this is a lively real pub, crammed with locals and visitors having a good time, although for non-smokers the air can get a bit thick. Food is good old fashioned filling recipes with piles of chips including: trout, venison, and a pint of mussels. The owner runs a fish shop too, so you may be assured of prime quality and freshness. This is a free house, so you will find a wide range of beers to sample and folk music on Mondays and Wednesdays. Call for details on timings.
Drumnadcrochit is mid-way down Loch Ness and often used as a touring base. If you're in the area then you will no doubt find your way to The Steading Country Pub. Used by locals and tourists alike and decorated in the country pub fashion, it offers good food, and friendly company. Open for the last four years, steaks are the number one request.