Ben Nevis Inn

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Achintee, Fort William, United Kingdom
01397 701227
Ben Nevis Inn - Soup with crusty bread
Ben Nevis Inn - I can't tell you how welcome that sight is...
Ben Nevis Inn - I can't tell you how welcome that sight is...
Ben Nevis Inn - I can't tell you how welcome that sight is...

Ben Nevis Inn Fort William Reviews

vixen2306 vixen2306
183 reviews
Cool place :) Feb 15, 2013
After an unsuccessful trip to the top of Ben Nevis (got conquered by heavy snow half way up), it was time to grab a warm snack at the Inn located at the foot of Ben Nevis path before leaving Scottish Highlands.

It is a converted 200 years old barn decorated with lots of amazing pictures from Ben Nevis and the surrounding area.

The Inn has a good selection of light and proper warm dishes to choose from at quite reasonable prices.

As I wanted only a small meal, I decided to get beef and vegetable soup served with crusty bread. The soup was freshly cooked and tasted amazingly good with a little spiciness to it. Bread was served with butter and warm. Yummy dish for £4.25 :)

Although our visit at the Inn was short, I would like to come back there next time I visit Ben Nevis.
Soup with crusty bread
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sarahelaine sarahela…
648 reviews
A sight for sore feet... Apr 24, 2011
The Ben Nevis Inn is at the foot of the main path up Ben Nevis at Achintee.  It is fantastic.  It would be fantastic anywhere, as it has lovely food and is a warm, pleasant building to be in, but it is particularly amazing when you are limping off the mountain. 

The building is a converted 200 year old stone barn, with lovely fires in stoves and nice big windows opening up onto the hillside.  It has a menu of lovely food, including soups, mussels, casseroles and chillis – exactly the right sort of food to be eating when you are frozen and damp.  The staff are very helpful and service is excellent, and the toilets are spotless.  Prices are about average for the area, with two courses and drinks coming to around the £20 each mark.  There is a selection of real ales, teas and coffees, and alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks.  Children appear to be welcome, which isn’t universal in pubs in Scotland.  You can have a drink at the bar if you aren’t eating.  It looked as though you could reserve tables, and that might be a good idea in high season
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