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Lochview House Self Catering Apartments

Lochview House, Heathercroft, Argyll Road, Fort William , PH33 6EZ

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Lochview House Self Catering Apartments

Lochview House is situated on the hillside in a quiet location, above the town of Fort William, with panoramic views over Loch Linnhe. Lochview House has two non-smoking, self-catering apartments available to rent on a weekly basis all year round.

The apartments are fully equipped and accommodate two people in one bedroom. The facilities in each apartment include electric cooker, microwave, refrigerator, kettle, toaster, iron and ironing board, hairdryer, radio alarm, flat screen TV, video recorder and film library and free wireless broadband internet access. There is private off street parking for both apartments.

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Features

  •   Attractive Garden
  •   Mountain View
  •   Sea View
  •   Loch Ness 30 miles
  •   Short Break offer available now
  •   Winter Let
  •   Garden or area to relax
  •   Fully fitted kitchen/appliances
  •   TV/DVD/VCR/RADIO
  •   Private Parking
  •   WiFi in property
  •   Sleeps 2 only
  •   Recycling provision
  •   All linen
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