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St Andrews Guest House

Only minutes from Fort William town centre and within walking distance of the train station and bus stance, St Andrews House is a wonderful, Victorian building and home to the Wynne Family. Originally the rectory and Choir School for St Andrews Church, which can be seen from the house.

St Andrews provides stylish comfort and space in one of Fort William's few Listed Buildings. Canadian pitch pine beams and panelling, two stain-glass rose windows and many stone engravings and features, make St Andrews a little special, but extremely affordable.

Sheena, Tom and Marion Wynne welcome you to stay for a few days - or longer, to savour the atmosphere in their comfortable home. There are family, double and twin rooms, most ensuite and some with excellent views over the town and across to the surrounding hills.

As our guest you are welcome to relax in the peaceful and friendly atmosphere. Breakfasts are provided in our spacious dining room with morning views across Loch Linnhe and beyond. Whatever kind of holiday you are looking for, we cater for all sorts of interests and have a wealth of local knowledge which we are pleased to share with our guests.

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

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  •   Bed and Breakfast Provider
  •   walk to pub
  •   town centre location
  •   Restaurant nearby
  •   Near bus/train station
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