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Glentower Lower Observatory

Achintore Road, Fort William, PH33 6RQ

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Glentower Lower Observatory

Glentower Bed and Breakfast in Fort William is the former Lower Observatory building where the mountain observatory Superintendent used to live and work. Today, our home is a fabulous, modern guest house located on the lochside, a few minutes from the town centre. We offer a range of 3 family, 3 double and one twin-bedded room - all ensuite with everything you'd expect from a 4 star establishment.

Our tower room is particularly delightful, with views over Loch Linnhe. Breakfast is taken in our spacious dining room, with views to loch linnhe & French windows looking onto back garden. A choice is provided and we cater for special diets. We have drying facilities and storage for bicycles. Glentower offers a warm welcome to guests, perhaps visiting Fort William for the first time. We are a family orientated business and welcome groups too.

Our rates vary from £35 - £48 per person. We are open all year.

For more information or to make a booking, please send a message via the enquiry form.

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Features

  •   WIFI in Rooms
  •   walk to pub
  •   Walk from Bus/train station
  •   town centre location
  •   Restaurant nearby
  •   Private Parking
  •   Open all year
  •   On or near West Highland Way
  •   On bus route
  •   Near bus/train station
  •   Mountain View
  •   Lochside view
  •   Loch Ness 35 miles
  •   In Fort William town centre
  •   Guesthouse Provider
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