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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The Hayloft
The Hayloft at Lochyside is positioned to one side of our lovely, quiet garden with views towards Ben Nevis and has everything you need to enjoy your visit to the Fort William area. The property is tastefully designed in the upper floor of a self-contained building with an open plan kitchen-diner and lounge, a double bedroom and bathroom that has a bath with shower. Fort William is a 10 minute drive away and a cycle track passes nearby. Lochyside is adjacent to the River Lochy and close to the village of Caol which has a range of shops and a supermarket within walking distance. Re-opened with new owners in May 2017 so we currently have good availability - contact us soon! Guests at The Hayloft have exclusive use of the rear garden that is viewed from the covered decked area at the apartment entrance. The well tended, sheltered garden has mature shrubs and plants and benefits from the sun most of the day. Private parking is provided. Also close by and a short drive or easy walk, is historical Old Inverlochy Castle, Neptune's Staircase on the Caledonian Canal and Ben Nevis Distillery. The cycle route that passes by heads towards the Caledonian Canal and onward to Corpach or North, following the canal to Gairlochy and beyond. In the other direction from The Hayloft the route crosses the River Lochy and heads towards Fort William or Nevis Range We have Wifi, free parking and all heating, electricity, towels and bedding are included. Central heating is provided by an oil fired boiler and a feature-fire with a boost function is in the lounge area.   A UHD Television with Netflix is installed and free Wifi is provided.   The kitchen has a cooker with double oven, microwave, kettle, toaster and all cutlery, crockery and glassware. A fridge with freezer compartment and washing machine is installed.
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Distant Hills Guest House, Spean Bridge
Rooms for Two. Located in the pretty village of Spean Bridge, about 9 miles from Fort William, our comfortable 4 star guesthouse enjoys a good location in the village, within walking distance of several restaurants and shops. We are also very near Nevis Range for summer gondola trips, forest walks and mountain biking trails. Our bed and breakfast rooms are all ensuite and are rated by the AA as 4 gold star grade. We are one of  only 50 accommodation providers in Scotland with an AA Breakfast Award. Free Wifi is available throughout the building which guests consistently rate as "Excellent" and most mobile phone 4G services. There is no "family room" in Distant Hills so we have decided to focus on creating a relaxed and peaceful place for singles, couples and older families. We therefore do not accept children under 12 years of age. Our village is described as the Crossroads of the Highlands as it is convenient for visiting: • Ben Nevis • The Commando Monument • Fort William • Monessie Gorge • Glenfinnan viaduct • Oban • Loch Ness • Skye • MullTo check availability please complete the form below. Recent Review published on Trip Advisor:- Excellent breakfast, real porridge, full breakfast with local ingredients, or Scottish specialities including smoked salmon, venison salami, cheese and so on. They gave us great advice on where to go, how to get around and so on. You can't learn that kind of hospitality - they saw us running before breakfast one day, and that evening under our door we found posted a 5km route perfect for running, which of course we tried the next day. The Commando walk, beautiful and full of historical remnants. The rooms are well decorated, comfortable, and very neatly put together, with wonderful views of Ben Nevis and surrounding peaks. 
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