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Ambrose Gillham

11 Seaview Terrace, , Fort William, Fort William, PH33 6RG

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Ambrose Gillham

This is a large and comfortable apartment with great views in a very convenient quiet  location close to the town centre. It is ideal for a family group or group of friends for a relaxed break or to explore the Highlands of Scotland.The beautiful Cow Hill Circuit which gives access directly to Glen Nevis is a ten minute walk away. Fort William is a popular centre for climbing, walking, scrambling, canoeing, mountain-biking, skiing, orienteering and other outdoor activities. There is also easy access to beautiful walking and cycling opportunities.This beautiful and historic apartment is ideally located within five minutes’ walk of the high street and is less than fifteen minutes’ walk from the railway station.

The apartment offers a lovely view over Loch Linnhe, enjoying a peaceful, elevated position.The apartment is split over levels 2 and 3 of a three story C 19 terraced building. It has its own private entrance with a flight of  stairs.The accommodation comprises two or three double bedrooms one of which can also function as a second sitting room/ study. The kitchen is spacious and well equipped.Visitors will love the original oak panelling of this railway engineer’s house built in the 1890s. The large, comfortable main sitting room is equipped with a television.
The apartment can accommodate up to 6 person.

The minimum let is six days in the high season and four days at other times. 

 We all had a wonderful time in Fort William, in no small part as a result of the really good accommodation we found ourselves in. If we return to Fort William in the near future, we shall certainly try and book Seaview Terrace again.— SM, 05 Sep 2016

 Excellent location. Lovely apartment for our family to have a great week in Scotland with everything you could need.— Amanda M, 12 Aug 2016

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