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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Innisfree Self Catering Apartment
Ideal for exploring the West Coast and Inner Isles this lovely apartment has wonderful views of Ben Nevis, Loch Linnhe and Fort William. Set in an elevated position our well furnished holiday apartment will sleep 4 guests in two bedrooms and is in an ideal base for your visit to this area. Close by is Fort William, the ’Outdoor Capital of the UK’, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Wildlife is in abundance and outdoor pursuits including climbing, skiing, mountain biking, sailing and fishing are available locally. Take a trip on the Harry Potter steam train or ride up the mountain in a gondola. Loch Ness, Skye, Oban and Glencoe are all easily reached. The Caledonian Canal and Neptunes Staircase are a short walk away.Although only 3 Miles from the bustling hub of Fort William itself, Innisfree has delights right on the doorstep.Badabrie is situated just off “The Road to The Isles” and heading west is a pleasant and picturesque walk along the Caledonian Canal towpath (1.5 Miles) to the lovely village of Corpach which has a supermarket and Corpach Basin where boats wait to enter or leave The Caledonian Canal. A few minutes walk east from Innisfree, lies “Neptune’s Staircase” one of the great sights of the British Canal system, being the longest staircase lock in Britain with 8 locks. A whole day could be spent here just watching the variety of small and large vessels as they manoeuvre their way down towards Loch Linnhe and onwards to the sea, or north towards The Great Glen and on to Inverness. There is a very popular restaurant and cafe at the lock system itself, and the towpath is part of The Great Glen Way, which provides a lovely cycle ride or a leisurely walk along it’s bank.The walking and cycle track that runs alongside the Caledonian Canal also runs towards Fort William passing close to the River Lochy and Old Inverlochy Castle. On this route it is possible to take the dedicated cycle track to Nevis Range where Britain's only mountain gondola transports you up the slopes of Aonach Mor. Taking the service train at nearby Banavie Station will take you to Glenfinnan, Arisaig, Morar and ultimately Mallaig. Of course the Jacobite Steam Train also runs on this line from Fort William.
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Rose Cottage
This little flat, which is part of the owners home, is perfect for a couple. The flat is self contained. All the accommodation is at ground level with access to a small private garden. Seats and table, herbs and cottage garden plants. Enjoy this sheltered spot with views of Ben Nevis. On a clear night sit out and take in the night sky. Main access to flat from the garden by the French doors. It provides one double bedroom, living room/kitchen with French doors. The shower-room, small and tall with power-shower and a pulley for drying clothes. The kitchen is well equipped. Has a gas hob, electric oven and grill. Fridge with ice box. Lots of lovely crockery and utensils. All linen, including towels, is included. Also all heating, underfloor, works like a big storage heater. Washing machine. Off road parking for 2 cars A welcome pack of fresh flowers, tea, coffee etc and home baking. Have a cuppa before you unpack. There are maps and guides, natural history books and novels. Games and puzzles. D.V.D's and C.D's Near town and trails.Easy walking or cycling from the front door. Ben Nevis and Nevis Range for climbing and skiing are both nearby. Cycle the World Cup Downhill course and the Witches Trail. Take the service or steam train to Mallaig, hire canoes on the Canal, drive off to Ardnamurchan or Glencoe; visit the West Highland Museum; go horse riding and fly fishing 5 minutes walk. Ben Nevis is waiting to be climbed - or just relax and read your book. We are happy to help you plan outings, find a nice cup of coffee or a secluded beach. The accommodation is smart and practical with exposed stone, wooden beams, blue kitchen, painted floors. Dogs are welcome but please discuss with owners when booking. No Smoking and No Fireworks or Chinese lanterns please. Please telephone or email to check availability
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Snowgoose Apartments, The Smiddy Bunkhouse & Blacksmiths Hostel
 Snowgoose Apartments, The Smiddy Bunkhouse, Blacksmith’s Hostel at Snowgoose Mountain Centre offer an ideal base to independently explore the surrounding west coast of  Scotland in the heart of the Scottish Highlands.Take the opportunity to take part in our adventure activities, with our unique blend of landscape and a huge variety of outdoor activities for all levels … not to mention the wildlife. John & Tina Cuthbertson provide flexible options for self-catering accommodation which are ideal for couples, family holidays, short breaks as well as groups or clubs. This is an ideal holiday accommodation destination for independent outdoor enthusiasts – all year round – or just chilling out! . • The Smiddy Bunkhouse & Blacksmiths Hostel  offer excellent  holiday hostel and bunkhouse accommodation which is ideal for cost effective budget touring around Scotland, outdoor activities …  and is some of the very best you will find in Scotland!  Our hostel accommodation is great for extended families, groups of friends or clubs all year round. The accommodation is available to be booked as complete units of 10 or 14 persons or as rooms for 4 or 6 persons for 1 night upwards.The Smiddy Bunkhouse sleeps 10 persons in a family ensuite room for 4 persons plus a bunkroom for 6 with its own shower room. The accommodation is fully self catered, self contained, with a fully equipped kitchen, dining, eating & sitting area with access to a drying and laundry room. Blacksmiths Hostel sleeps 14 persons in two bunkrooms for 4 persons and one for 6 persons. This is  also fully self catered, self contained, with a fully equipped kitchen, dining, eating & sitting area with access to a drying and laundry room. Plus there is a large entrance porch. • Snowgoose Apartments are first floor level, self contained accommodation within our compact complex. The apartments are ideal for extended families for short breaks or longer holidays at all times of the year. Farriers apartment sleeps 6-8 persons, Forge & Anvil sleep 2-4 persons each. Located right at the start of the Caledonian Canal and Great Glen Ways at the head of the tidal waters of Loch Linnhe, and at start of The Road to the Isles we are at a unique geographical hub out to the west and north highlands. Nearby local attractions include walking in our fantastic glens and forests; local & steam trains running from  our doorstep (“The Harry Potter” & Jacobite train); quiet roads to explore the Highlands by car, cycle or motor bike; accessible mountain bike trails; boat trips; fishing from the nearby pier; golf, gondola rides to access our ski area at Nevis Range; ski-ing & snow boarding at Nevis Range & Glencoe in winter; an excellent local museum & nearby geological display; The Lochaber Geopark; ten pin bowling at the Nevis Centre. What’s not to like!
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