You will find it hard to resist any of the temptations awaiting you in the small towns nearby.
4 Cameron Road, Fort William PH33 6AJ, UK
The Garrison West is pub food menu that serves quality food and drink in stylish, relaxed surroundings.
Crannog Seafood Restaurant
Town Pier, Fort William PH33 6DB, UK
Crannog is an institution at a unique location on the Pier at Fort William, with amazing views of the Loch. Dishes are prepared fresh using the most recent catch. Meat eaters, vegetarians and special diets welcome.
21 High St, Fort William PH33 6DH, UK
Vegan eatery and coffee bar offers meals, coffee drinks, and loose leaf teas. Sample dishes such as mixed beans with vegan cheese served with toast, tofu scramble, porridge bowl, and tofu burrito. Has a wholefoods ‘weigh your own’ section at the back of the cafe.
The Boathouse Lochside Restaurant
Fort Augustus, Inverness-shire, PH32 4BD, UK
One can enjoy a delicious meal at The Boathouse Lochside Restaurant, Scottish/ Mediterranean comfort food in relaxed lochside restaurant and garden set in abbey grounds.
The homey Café Sia is a great place for delicious wood-fired pizzas, seafood, and a variety of vegan and vegetarian options.
Leakey’s Bookshop is located in a former Gaelic church in Inverness. Piled with nearly 100,000 books, Leakey’s secondhand bookstore is a literary lover’s delight.
The Highland Bookshop in Fort William has an extensive stock across all subject areas and is in the middle of the town’s busy High Street.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill specializes in outdoor clothing suited to the Highlands with stores in Spean Bridge and Fort William.
The House of Bruar, in Pitlochry, is the home of Scottish country clothing and a popular place for visitors to pick up cashmere and outdoorswear.
Antique shops are a wonderful place to spend an afternoon browsing at interesting works of art objects and furniture, Auldearn Antiques in Nairn, Kintail Crafts before the Isle of Skye and Old Town Curiosities on the banks of the River Ness, Inverness.