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The East Highland Way Accommodation Details

All our East Highland Way guided walking holidays are offered with B&B accommodation, this is our most popular option for all our treks.

Bed and Breakfast Ardlogie Bed and Breakfast in Aviemore
You will be staying in good standard B&Bs throughout the trail, with breakfast of course included in the price. All the B&Bs will be within a short walk to local pubs and shops so you will have plenty of opportunity to eat out.

In any villages where we feel the local B&Bs don't meet a good enough standard we will instead drive you out to an area whereby a better standard of accommodation is available.
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About the Local Area
For our B&B accommodation option you will usually be staying one night in Fort William, two nights in Spean Bridge, two nights in Newtonmore and then the final two nights in Aviemore. This means you will not have to repack every day, however you will still get the opportunity to gain a great perspective of 4 different villages along the route by not just staying in one or two different places. Whilst we cannot guarantee your accommodation will be in these villages as listed, this is certainly the experience that most of our customers will get and we will do our very best to make sure you do to.

Fort William
This is the largest town you will be staying, it has a large variety for restaurants, pubs and shops. It also has outdoor gear shops so you have the opportunity to buy any extra items you need on the day you arrive. If you are planning to arrive early then The West Highland Museum is well worth a visit too.

Spean Bridge
This is a small village, on the banks of the famous River Spean, however it still has the important facilities you need, such as a couple of pubs/restaurants and a shop.

This little village is famous for its wild cats, not just a living wild cat population but also many of the houses and shops proudly display their wild cat statues. It also has a large shop and a few very good places to eat.

This town is smaller than Fort William but larger than both Spean Bridge and Newtonmore. However, it does have a very good selection of both outdoor gear shops and pubs, restaurants, take-aways and shops. It is a great place to celebrate completing The East Highland Way.

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