Fort William Where to Stay Guide

Welcome to our Fort William accommodation guide - guesthouses, bed and breakfasts, hotels and a variety of self catering accommodation.
Fort William is the second largest town in the Highlands of Scotland and as such, offers a very good choice of B&Bs, hotels and self catering options for visitors to this famous Highland town. The Fort William area is made up of several small villages and communities. These are Banavie, Caol, Corpach, Claggan, Inverlochy, Tomacharich and Torlundy. Each of these small communities offers unique views, locations and features. Banavie, Corpach, Caol and Inverlochy for example all share an area of the Loch Linnhe shoreline.  If you are looking for something specific try our search and filter features.

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Croit Anna Hotel
The Croit Anna Hotel is situated 4Km south of Fort William on the A82 by the shores of Loch Linnhe and is ideally located for touring the Western Highlands, with such famous places as Ben Nevis, Glencoe and Glenfinnan only a short drive away. Croit Anna is part of the family owned Leisureplex Group which comprises 17 seaside hotels at locations stretching from here to St.Ives in Cornwall. Most of them boast spectacular locations and Croit Anna is no exception with breathtaking views of the loch. The name translated from Gaelic into English means Anna's Croft. Anna and her stonemason husband Dougald lived here in the 1800s in a traditional stone built cottage complete with heather thatched roof and attached "byre" for the cows. Stones from the now dismantled croft house can be seen incorporated into a stone wall at the Hotel's entrance. The accommodation consists of 92 comfortable en-suite bedrooms with TV, Radio and Hospitality Trays, situated on ground, first and second floors. Six of the ground floor rooms are partially adapted for clients using wheelchairs, the main entrance ways are ramped and all public areas, except the Glencoe Suite, are situated on the ground floor. Room types range from quality single rooms to large family rooms capable of taking up to four guests. The Linnhe Restaurant, Mermaid Lounge, Glencoe Suite and the Morvern Lounge with its welcoming open hearth fire all have spectacular views over Loch Linnhe. There is a regular programme of evening entertainment in either the Glencoe Suite or Mermaid Lounge featuring local artistes. Visit our website for more details and to check availability. For full details about availability please email, write, fax or telephone Tour Operators & Coach Enquiries welcome?
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Corriechoillie Farmhouse, Spean Bridge
NEW TO MARKET 2018 - availability in May through October Corriechoillie Farmhouse, Spean Bridge is set in a cobbled courtyard and is the place for making family and holiday memories. 4 bed house, sleeping up to 8 with double parking, outbuilding for ski, bike, hiking equipment. Large garden for bbqs, sunbathing, playing games or the solitude you require. Stunning surroundings.  The only thing you will hear at night are the owls.  No street lights, no traffic, tranquility.  Oil central heating at the touch of a button. 6 ring gas hob and electric oven, washing machine and tumble drier free of charge. Fridge, freezer, microwave. Open fire in the living room with coal and kindling provided in the winter. Unlimited WiFi. Free sat TV, DVD player with a selection if films for all ages. Board games and playing cards. Travel cot, mattress and high chair provided, please note no bed linen for babies provided. TV in twin bedroom with chromecast. Shower and bath. Access to each bedroom without disturbing other bedrooms. Max of two dogs allowed at an additional charge, we ask that dogs do not go on furniture or sleep in the bedrooms. Outbuilding for safe storing of any mountian bikes, ski equipment, kayak, canoe etc etc. Double parking. Mountain bikes trails, walking pays,  hillwalking right on your doorstep.  Near to Aonach Mor (Nevis Range) ski resort, the highest mountain in the UK Ben Nevis, and also start of both West & East Highland Ways. Gateway to the Highlands, the outdoor Capital of the UK. 1hr away from the first polar bear born in UK for 25 years. Your perfect base. Whether you want a peaceful stay or something more active Corriechoillie Farmhouse is the place to stay, set close the foot of the Grey Corries and many surrounding Mamores, excellent location for hill walkers. Short distance to the train station in Spean Bridge (2 miles), catch the train to Corrour and walk back to the house. Many forest tracks for walking and mountain biking, varying in distance right on your doorstep.  Aonach Mor which hosts the World Mountain Bike championships is just a direct 5 miles by mountain bike or walking from the house, this is also the local ski centre (please note no direct access by vehicle).  Should availability permit we will accept shorter breaks.  Access to the whole garden, double parking and outbuilding. The village of Spean Bridge has a golf course where clubs and trollies are available for hire.  For the more adventurous there is Active Highs where you can organise a variety of outdoor activities. The village also hosts three restaurants, local bar, grocery store, soap shop and woollen mill.   There is also a taxi service, regular bus service and a train service. Come and watch the traditional Scottish game of shinty played each Saturday and Sunday at the local pitch.  The site of the Commando Memorial is one mile north of the village with the museum situated in Spean Bridge Hotel. Ben Nevis the highest mountain in the UK is just 11 miles away near the town of Fort William, in the town you will find the Nevis Centre which has a soft play area, ten pin bowling, badminton, concerts, tennis court and occasional cinema, There are also supermarkets, the leisure centre, climbing centre and 18 hole golf course. Catch the Steam Train (Hogworts Express) from Fort William, enjoy the viaduct at Glenfinnan made famous in the Harry Potter films and experience the stunning views of the Inner Isles at your destination (please note booking is essential).  Take a boat trip down Loch Linnhe where you may see grey seals and otters.  There endless things to see and do around Lochaber.
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The Lime Tree Hotel
The Lime Tree in Fort William is a Small Hotel, Restaurant and high quality Art Gallery offering you unique accommodation in a convenient location in the Highlands of Scotland. Whether you choose to relax at The Lime Tree, enjoy the spectacular mountains and landscape, bag a Munro, tackle world championship mountain bike track at Nevis Range, take the Jacobite steam train on the road to the Isles, or choose to immerse yourself in the Art culture or events at the Lime Tree, this family owned hotel in Fort William will provide the idea base to explore all Lochaber has to offer. Your Scottish Highland holiday in the Outdoor Capital of the UK will always be memorable . This stylish  hotel in Fort William offers fantastic views of Loch Linnhe and the hills beyond, 9 stylish double, twin and family bedrooms, a contemporary restaurant, a fantastic Art Galley hosting National shows, comfy lounges with open fires, map room, bike storage and Wireless broadband. OUR CHEF The Head Chef at the Lime Tree restaurant is Andrew Cook. Having previously worked at the Lime Tree, he then worked a stint at luxury country hotel Kilcamb Lodge in Strontian, before returning to the Lime Tree to take up the role of head chef. The menu focuses on fresh, locally sourced ingredients made into something special by the skilled team of chefs. Where possible, everything is made in house including breads, preserves, ice creams, and sausages and black pudding at breakfast.   The restaurant is multi award winning - Relish Good Food Guide 'Top Twenty Small Scottish Restaurants', Visit Scotland 'Taste of the Best' award, Michelin and Good Food Guide listed.  REVIEWS 'Rapidly earning a great reputation as destination eating in Fort William. great interiors with contemporary menu, this Restaurant successfully combines with its art gallery and accommodations' Wendy Barrie, The Scottish Good Food Guide 
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