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Highland Holidays launches in Fort William

Highland Holidays has launched at Ben Nevis Holiday Park in Fort William, following a £500,000 refurbishment.

Located in Camaghael, with views of Ben Nevis and 10 minutes from the town of Fort William, owners Andrew and Emily Campbell have transformed the site into a 146-pitch holiday park with a mix of luxury hot tub lodges, cosy self-catering cabins, Scandi-style glamping pods, apartments with a view and versatile caravans, along with pitches for touring motorhomes and tents. 

The holiday park includes the introduction of glamping-style Highland Pods, and a series of high-spec two- and three-bedroom Nevis Lodges, available with and without hot tubs. Alongside this, an increased number of pitches have been created, to accommodate guests with touring motorhomes or those who prefer to pitch a tent and be ‘at one’ with nature. Plans for 2021 include the addition of further pods and lodges, as well as the regeneration of the reception area, to include a bistro-style café and shop stocking essentials, with a projected spend of an additional £750,000 in order to facilitate these upgrades.

“Despite the pandemic, the Scottish staycation market is booming, and we see no signs of that changing. Over the summer, while restrictions weren’t so tight, we saw visitors from all over the UK as they were tempted by the beautiful scenery that surrounds us and fresh Scottish air. The Highlands and Fort William in particular are high on travellers’ bucket lists and we’ve been inundated with enquiries from Scotland, the rest of the UK and internationally as people start to plan their 2021 trips,” says owner Andrew Campbell.

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