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  • Stronlossit Hotel
    From$214Per night

    Stronlossit Hotelstars

    Roy Bridge, Fort William , Roy bridge, near fort william n/a - Map
    Customer reviewsof 2 Opinions
    TripAdvisor Traveller RatingBased on 275 reviewsBased on 275 reviews

    Situated in the picturesque highland country village of Roy Bridge, 10 miles from Fort William. There are 10 cosy bedrooms, double, twin, single available all with en suite facilities. The Inn provides a great base for exploring the surrounding area, named 'outdoor capital of the UK'.

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  • Glenspean Lodge Hotel & Restaurant
    From$175Per night

    Glenspean Lodge Hotel & Restaurantstars

    Roy Bridge, Fort William , Roy bridge - Map
    Customer reviewsof 1 Opinions

    The original building that houses this hotel dates back to the 1880s and has acted as a private hunting lodge for Laird Macintosh of Macintosh. For many years it has been a famous landmark nestled in an area of natural beauty high in the Scottish Highlands. The charming small country house hotel sits within 5 acres of landscaped gardens and woodland and offers a relaxing, comfortable space in which to unwind at the end of your day. No two rooms are the same, but all are decorated to an extremely high standard. The bedrooms will make guests feel relaxed, at home, yet utterly indulged. The highlight of the venue is its award-winning AA Rosette restaurant, Nevis View, where one can enjoy a hearty meal in the evenings and a glass of outstanding scotch whiskey to warm himself after that.

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  • Inverlochy Castle
    From$743Per night

    Inverlochy Castlestars

    Torlundry, Fort William , Torlundy n/a - Map

    Nestling in the foothills of the mighty Ben Nevis, Inverlochy Castle sits amidst some of Scotland's finest scenery. Inverlochy was built in 1863 by the first Lord Abinger, near the site of the original 13th century fortress. Each of the 17 bedrooms, all with private bathroom, have their own individual design and character, along with splendid views of the grounds and surrounding mountains. Room facilities include 30 inch Phillips flat screen TV, personal laptop computer with internet access, personal safe, CD player, radio, iron/ironing board. DVD player, Video player and Playstation II are available upon request. There are various activities and attractions both at the hotel and close by. The hotel itself offers a broad range of activities including tennis, fishing on the loch, a walled garden, clay pigeon shooting, falconry display and a full sized snooker table. In addition, within a very short drive you can enjoy Ben Nevis - the highest mountain in the UK, cruises on Loch Ness, hiking, mountain biking, pony trekking and skiing - with two ski centres to choose from. The small town of Fort William is only three miles away with a busy high street for gift shopping. Please note: the child rate does not include breakfast, it is payable directly to the hotel.

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  • The Glencoe Inn
    From$991Per night

    The Glencoe Innstars

    Ballachulish, Fort William , Glencoe village - Map
    Customer reviewsof 5 Opinions
    TripAdvisor Traveller RatingBased on 761 reviewsBased on 761 reviews

    Experience the best in Scottish scenery in the beautiful and historic surroundings of Glencoe. Cosy bedrooms, superb views of the loch, a welcoming bar and a restaurant offering wholesome, filling food all day. Take in the views from the comfort of our restaurant or if you fancy dining al fresco there is the decked terrace which also comprises fabulous views over the loch. With the sun setting over the Ballachulish bridge and a bit of a breeze (to keep the dreaded midges at bay), what better way is there to enjoy a big bowl of fresh langoustines. The bar offers the perfect spot to indulge in some post climb analysis; with comfy seating and a large selection of beers, wines and spirits, tired legs will soon be recovered. Work your way around the distilleries of Scotland, tasting malts from our extensive selection - from the rich and peaty Islay malts such as Ardbeg, to the smooth caramel flavours of the lowland malts such as Auchentoshan. Enjoy a glass of wine and thaw out cold toes in front of the wood burning stove, or join the locals for a cold pint and a chat in the bar.from the North: Take the A82 south from Fort William, past the Corran Ferry and over the Ballahulish Bridge. Go through the roundabout (second exit), pass Ballachulish on the right. The hotel will be on your right opposite the junction for the village of Glencoe. From the South: From Crianlarich take the A82 north to Tyndrum. Continue on the A82 signposted Fort William and on through Glen Coe. The hotel will be on your left as you enter the village of Glencoe, just after the filling station.

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  • Mansefield Guest House
    From$115Per night

    Mansefield Guest Housestars

    Fort William, Fort William , Corpach village n/a - Map
    Customer reviewsof 11 Opinions
    TripAdvisor Traveller RatingBased on 206 reviewsBased on 206 reviews

    This historic guesthouse is situated in the peaceful village of Corpach, within a short distance of the shores of Loch Linnhe and the Lochy River, the source of the Caledonian Canal. The hotel provides an ideal base for those wishing to explore the West Highlands and take advantage of the diverse array of pursuits available in the local area. The hotel is conveniently located along the A830 some 6.5 km from Fort William where bars, restaurants and a selection of lively nightlife venues are to be found. The main train station is a mere 200 m from the hotel and links to the public transport network may easily be reached on foot. Glen Loy forest is 10 minutes walk from the hotel and provides the perfect setting for a leisurely stroll.

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Information about Fort William

    Fort William is the biggest town in Scotland’s Highlands. Originally established in the still-extant village of Inverlochy, the town is on the southern end of the Great Glen, on the shores of Loch Linnhe and Loch Eil. It is close to Ben Nevis, the highest mountain on Great Isles, and Glen Nevis. Fort William is the capital of the district of Lochaber. It has many tourist attractions, lots of accommodation and good shopping areas. However, its main attraction is the stunning natural environment around the town. It is a place that is popular with rock climbers, walkers, wildlife lovers and people who like to take boat trips. One of the most popular things to do in the town is take a trip on the Jacobite, a steam train that connects Fort William and Mallaig in the summer. The views from the train are truly incredible. Also worth a visit are the West Highland Museum and "Treasures of the Earth", a museum of precious stones, crystal, silver and gold. It also has a gift shop specialising in such objects. Fort William is a city for the senses, come and experience it for yourself!

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