Situated in Fort William, this bed & breakfast is within a 15-minute walk of West Highland Way Finishing Line and West Highland Museum. Inverlochy Castle and Steall Waterfall are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Pros: Location, ambiance, food, the drawing, and snooker rooms along with an interesting library, the grounds, pond, walking paths, tennis and walled garden. Tranquility. Just an excellent place. WiFi was highly appreciated.
Cons: Temperature control poor. Very hot when we arrived; could only cool down by turning off all heat registers. The shower head is way too large for a small shower stall and should not be an overhead. A table and chair for a computer would be nice.
Enjoy your visit to Fort William with a stay at Inverlochy Castle. Guests can indulge in facials, and Albert and Michel Roux Jr serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A bar/lounge and a terrace are other highlights, and rooms at this luxurious hotel offer up nice touches like Select Comfort beds with Egyptian cotton sheets.
Glentower Lower Observatory we hope to welcome visitors from all walks of life and from all over the world. Our house is the perfect base to explore the West Highlands and beyond, whether you are visiting for business or pleasure. We offer luxury bed and breakfast accommodation with a range of rooms to suit most visitors requirements. Breakfast is served in our dining room which looks out onto Loch Linnhe and our rear secluded garden. A good breakfast is important to start your day well. At Glentower you can look forward to an appetising breakfast from a tempting menu - we have something for all tastes. Try Scots porridge. or eggs, any way you want, a cooked breakfast or something lighter. perhaps yogurt and fruit. Good coffee or tea with lots of toast and preserves then you ll be ready to tackle the most demanding of sight-seeing days. Glentower is only 5 minutes walk from Fort William High Street yet has superb views across Loch Linnhe and the Ardgour Hills. Our spacious bedrooms are tastefully decorated and provide all the facilities you would expect of a 4 star property. We have doubles, twins and family rooms, many with views overlooking Loch Linnhe and the moored yachts.
At the start of Glen Nevis, 10 minutes’ walk from Fort William town centre and 1 miles from Ben Nevis, Britain’s highest mountain, this guest house offers Scottish breakfasts and rooms with free Wi-Fi. Breakfast is served in the conservatory and includes porridge or a hearty cooked option. The eggs are from the local hens and if you need to leave early, a packed breakfast can be requested. Each room has en suite bathroom facilities with soap and a hairdryer. Other facilities include a flat-screen TV with DVD player and tea/coffee making facilities. Ben Nevis Distillery is less than a 5-minute drive from Ben Nevis Guest House and guests can also try canoeing, diving, sailing, climbing, hiking, canyoning and skiing in the area. There is free parking and a secure undercover area for bikes at the property.
Pros: Tucked away down a one track lane, this house is surrounded by a beautiful lawn. Look one way and you can see water, look another and you can see cattle grazing. If you're lucky you'll see a rabbit or two. It's only about a 10 min drive into Fort William, though.
Once used as accommodation for the English army during the Jacobite uprising, Cuilcheanna House is 9 miles of the town of Fort William and overlooks Loch Linnhe towards Kentallen Bay and the Isle of Mull. Views of the loch or hills can be seen from each room at Cuilcheanna, which also include an en suite bathroom and tea/coffee making facilities. A hearty full Scottish breakfast is served in the dining room, with vegetarian options available on request. Staff are happy to make recommendations and bookings for local restaurants. An abundance of local wildlife can be spotted in the surrounding area, such as roe deer, red squirrels, seals and otters. The Glencoe ski area is the oldest in Scotland and is just a 30-minute drive from the property. 2 national parks can also be reached in under an hour’s drive.
This family-run establishment is 5 minutes’ walk from train and bus stations, and 2 minutes’ walk from the High Street and restaurants. Hosts Wilma and Jim have run 6 Caberfeidh as a B&B for 18 years and have many return-customers and friends. Jim has a taxi for tours and local runs and can help with local knowledge and advice on where to go for day trips etc. The cosy Tourist Board-rated establishment has en suite rooms, and offers a choice of vegetarian, continental and full Scottish breakfast.
Situated in Fort William, on the edge of Loch Linnhe, this guest house offers cosy accommodation in the Highlands of Scotland. There is free Wi-Fi in every room, and free parking on site. Guests can go sailing on the picturesque water, and try fishing, or go walking and climbing in the mountains. There are boat trips to take you to see seals, and a wide range of shops and restaurants are nearby. Rooms at Ardlinnhe Bed & Breakfast are elegant in style, and all benefit from satellite TV, a DVD player, tea and coffee making facilities, and an en suite bathroom with free toiletries and a hairdryer. A hearty breakfast is served in the dining room, which has beautiful views of the loch and surrounding hills. Packed lunches are also available.
Quietly situated just 3 miles from Fort William, the pet and family-friendly Thistle Cottage offers free Wi-Fi throughout and free onsite parking. The Nevis Ski Range is also just 3 miles away. The rooms include a flat-screen TV and tea and coffee making facilities. Each room benefits from an en suite bath or shower room with complimentary toiletries and a hairdryer. In the mornings, Thistle Cottage serves full English breakfast. Early breakfasts and packed lunches are available upon request. The highest mountain in the United Kingdom, Ben Nevis, is visible from Thistle Cottage. Mountain bike activities can be found just 3 miles away and the Fort William Golf Club is half a kilometer away.
Pros: The owners were very friendly & helpful, our rooms were very cosy and clean. We had a very good breakfast and great dinner in the evening. Our children 9 & 11 enjoyed their stay in this family run hotel.
Pros: Relaxed atmosphere and family nature of the hotel
Cons: Limited evening menu for the restaurant.
Pros: Beautiful spotlessly clean house. Very comfortable beds and so peaceful and quiet.
Cons: My husband thought the shower could have been better - not enough power but I found it perfectly satisfactory
Pros: friendly staff, great food, relaxed atmosphere
Cons: couldnt stay longer
Pros: The whole experience
Cons: Nothing, we had a most enjoyable stay
Pros: A hotel of character with good facilities. The location is picturesque, the restaurant was excellent and the bar had real ale.
Pros: Excellent staff ,good food and cleanliness ,decor and location of hotel
Pros: very friendly staff and management; very comfortable and welcoming; food very good; lovely room with stunning views; would highly recommend and would stay again
Pros: The staff were exemplary. The decor, facilities and furnishings were excellent.
Cons: meals were excellent on one night and no so good on another (busier) night. I think the kitchen might be understaffed.
Pros: Everything was excellent. Food, comfort, staff, facilities and extremely good value for money
A great stay at Best Western Glenspean Lodge Hotel in Roybridge can include a round of golf at the 9-hole course. Guests can visit the fitness center for a workout or grab a bite to eat at Nevis View, which serves international cuisine and is open for breakfast and dinner. A bar/lounge and a steam room are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer room service and bathrobes.
Pros: Really enjoyed my stay at Mansfield House. the hosts were welcoming and friendly, the room was comfortable and the breakfast was delicious. i only stayed one night but would have liked to stay longer.
Located near a train station, Mansefield House is a great choice for a stay in Corpach. Free perks include full breakfast, WiFi, and self parking.
This 4-star B&B is in a quiet area overlooking Loch Linnhe, approximately 1 miles from Fort William town centre. It has a garden, guest lounge and pleasant rooms. Fort William Train Station is a 24-minute walk away. Overlooking either the Loch or open countryside, rooms all feature a TV, radio alarm clock and free tea and coffee. All rooms also have a private bathroom which includes a hairdryer. Blythedale Bed & Breakfast is an ideal base for touring the West Highlands of Scotland. Free WiFi access is available. Both traditional full Scottish and continental breakfast options are provided each morning in the bright, airy dining room, which also has garden views. The private garden has stunning views across Loch Linnhe and the Ardgour hills.
Cons: The place feels old and outdated despite obvious renovations. The room decor (early 2000s America suburbia) was also out of line with the rest of the theme of the hotel (antique lodge). Doesn't feel like great value for money.
Good breakfast however.
Creag Mhor Lodge is a great choice for a stay in Fort William. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and free English breakfast is available daily. There's also a garden, and rooms at this upscale guest house offer flat-screen TVs and DVD players.
Enjoy your visit to Spean Bridge with a stay at Corriegour Lodge Hotel. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out the restaurant, and the bar/lounge is the perfect spot to grab a drink at the end of the day. A terrace and a garden are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer up nice touches like Select Comfort beds with Egyptian cotton sheets.
The Moorings Hotel is a great choice for a stay in Banavie. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Bistro, which serves dinner. A bar/lounge and a terrace are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer flat-screen TVs and room service.
Pros: They understood I was travelling with my mother and we wanted a double room but with two beds. They placed us in a suite at no extra cost with a pull out couch as well as a queen bed. Great onsite restaurant and full breakfast included.
Cons: Because it is older building (though refurbished) no lift and many stairs. The help was great about our bags.
Located near a train station, Nevis Bank Inn is a great choice for a stay in Fort William. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Browns Restaurant, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Other highlights at this upscale hotel include a bar/lounge, and rooms offer room service and free WiFi.
It was an very pleasant and unusual location. Awaking in the morning looking out over the beautiful Loch, and then having a wonderful breakfast chosen from a wide selection of items, well prepared and pleasantly served, put the finishing touch on a truly unique experiece.
Pros: It is hard to decide which was the most delightful, the wonderful location reached by ferry boat; the very warm, friendly & helpful staff; or the charming,clean and well appointed room.
Cons: The menu could be a bit bigger for dinner.
Situated on the bay, Inn at Ardgour is a great choice for a stay in Fort William. You can relax with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. Pillowtop beds, flat-screen TVs, and free WiFi are offered in all rooms.
Situated in picturesque Fort William, The Lime Tree An Ealdhain offers spacious accommodation in the Highlands of Scotland. It has its own art gallery, and an award-winning contemporary restaurant. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the property. The hotel is 25 minutes’ drive from Glenfinnan, which was featured in the Harry Potter movies for its spectacular scenery and traditional steam trains. Guests at The Lime Tree can relax in front of an open log fire, and enjoy views of Loch Linnhe and the surrounding hills and mountains. Food is cooked in an open kitchen, where guests can see their meal being prepared. The menu changes seasonally, and is made with fresh local ingredients. Fort William Rail Station is a 5-minute drive from the hotel. Ben Nevis can be reached in just over 20 minutes’ drive, and there is a world championship mountain bike track at Nevis Range.
Pros: Very nice people. Gorgeous view from dining room.
Cons: Quite far from trsin station.
Looking onto Loch Linnhe, this hotel offers scenic views of the picturesque Highland landscape, free Wi-Fi, free private parking and a restaurant serving Highland cuisine. It is just a 5-minute drive from Fort Williams. Each bright room at Clan Macduff Hotel includes a private bathroom, as well as a flat-screen TV, hairdryer, and tea/coffee facilities. Some rooms offer beautiful views of the loch. Guests can enjoy freshly-cooked full Scottish breakfasts in the dining room, and the evening menu includes local venison and salmon. The lounge bar serves light meals and a selection of over 50 different Scottish malt whiskeys. Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in Britain, is a 10-minute drive away. The Ben Nevis Distillery can be reached in 10 minutes by car.
Pros: Our room had great view, but seems not very many do. Our room had plenty of space for our family of 4
Cons: For hotel rate, you would think the "complimentary" breakfast would include hot chocolate.
The Cruachan is designed with a traditional Scottish Highland facade and whilst the hotel has been, continues to be, sympathetically upgraded and modernised internally to provide all modern comforts, it has not lost its original character. The hotel has an enviable location overlooking Loch Linnhe and beyond the loch to the Morvern Hills. Guests can sit on the terrace outside the hotel in the summer, watching the boats on the loch and enjoying a quiet drink.