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Question concerning drive from Glasgow -FtWilliam

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Two quesitons if you don't mind - planning on taking DW and 4 other adults on a overnight trip in a reasonably sized van from Glasgow to Ft William, late June 2016 to enjoy the Jacobite train, then return past Pitlochry to spend the night after the train in Perth. A Fodorite posting about 2 years ago mentioned taking in lunch in Tyndrum as if it was a foregone conclusion this was obviously the place to lunch when driving along the A82. What, if anything is special about this location? Would you recommned a lunch stop there? or elsewhere? Also, I see numerous strong recommendations for Clachaig Inn just to the south of Glen Coe. Is there consensus this is a good place to stop 1 night for a party going the next day to Ft. Willaim?, or should I just get a place in Ft William? Suggestions would be much appreciated.

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