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We loved having Lucie stay here as well.

Here we go again. Only just a little over 2 weeks until we open for 2017.

Hopefully we will get some decent snow soon and the mountain will be bustling with skiers. Good cold snap will get it right for the ice climbing as well.

We have almost completed the alterations and refurbishments we set out to do this winter, just a couple of deliveries coming in over the next week to complete things and then we are good to go. First guests booked in during the first week of February. Will be nice to have the place occupied again. 

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Are you coming to Torlundy to fish the River Lochy this year? Take a look here...

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Yes we went and did it for the 3rd year running. Actually it is not that hard you just have to think about where and how you source your food ingredients for your breakfasts. With such great Scottish products it is quite easy.

We start by getting all we can from local producers and move further afield as we have to, only sourcing outside Scotland if we have to in order to maintain the standard of our breakfast.
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Planning a walking holiday in 2016? Why not take a look at the Walkhighlands website.

Take a look at the Mountain Festival website at http://www.mountainfestival.co.uk/

Another season starts here at Torlundy House. We are open again and ready for our skiing guests, so we hope the weather is with us over the weeks ahead.

Also have the Mountain Festival in Fort William this month, which just keeps getting bigger.

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In his latest column, Cameron McNeish gives his reaction to the news that the government has approved the Loch Lomond camping ban byelaws.
http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/news/our-first-national-park-forever-tainted/0014363/

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Today the P&O Cruise liner Adonia anchored at Fort William for the day. She is 181 metres long and 30,000 tonnes and carry up to 830 passengers and 390 crew. She is the largest cruise line to visit Fort William and a lovely site. She is on a 13 day round Britain cruise. 
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