We were trying to do the WHW in September, which is a busy time. The staff did an excellent job of offering us options and listening to our wants in order to squeeze us in before the end of the season. It all worked out great. We could not have been more pleased/appreciative.
We talked together about this frequently was we hiked. The whole trip, WHW and GGW back-to-back, was a highlight. Every day was a bit different with something new to see. We took the luxury staying at Bridge of Orchy Hotel instead of continuing the 18 mile day to Kingshouse. The hotel has a nicely furnished lounge where we passed some time since we arrived way too early to check in. It was a very nice respite and we were glad to have an easy day instead of having to press on.
Accommodation & Food
We liked the mix of accommodations. Just like the Way, they were all different but staffed with friendly helpful people. After a long and sometimes soggy day on the Way, a warm room and good food are the priorities. The individual details of the specific places get lost with those needs so well met.
We were self-guided. The root notes left no doubt as to where to go. Finding the various B&Bs in towns was enhanced by our having our own digital maps to consult.
The Bottom Line
We said this multiple times to anybody who would listen: we could not have been more pleased with the entire experience. Wilderness Scotland did themselves proud at every stage: trip concept, trip details, trip execution.