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Glencoe Village is near the site of the Glencoe Massacre

Glencoe village is located just off the A82 and is a picturesque community surrounded by the Glencoe mountains and the Pap of Glencoe.

Glencoe village lies at the end of a fantastic journey over Rannoch Moor and through the Pass of Glencoe. Your descent through the mountains and past Loch Achtriochtan continues until you reach the sea at Invercoe, where the River Coe joins the Atlantic Ocean.
 
 The village lies at sea-level with the Pap of Glencoe, a prominent mountain, towering above. Glencoe village is a bright and friendly place with a good choice of accommodation, a Folk Museum with traditional thatched roof, shops and amenities. 
 
 A short journey over a humped-back stone bridge takes you to a Forestry car park, where several pleasant walks have been set out amongst mature trees around a lochan (small lake). The Forstry Lochan is a special place and something we recommend visiting. Visiting the Glencoe area should be a must for all visitors to Lochaber. Within 6 miles of any direction, the local community provides a huge selection of hotels, guesthouses, B & Bs, and self-catering accommodation.
 
 Other local businesses provide water-based sports and mountain guiding, Coffee shops and crafts, a clothing outlet all welcome you to visit. One local company manufactures violins and clarsachs - musical instruments which are sold around the world.

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Strontian Hotel
Visit our website for details Located in the quiet village of Strontian on the Ardnamurchan peninsula, The Strontian Hotel offers comfortable bed and breakfast for those looking for a quiet stay in this wonderful, totally unspoiled environment. Our family run hotel sits by the shore of Loch Sunart - a tidal sea-loch and we enjoy the most spectacular views across the loch to the surrounding hills. We have six rooms - all ensuite and some have magnificent views out across the loch. Breakfast is served in our bright and airy dining room with a full menu to suit all tastes and diets. The hotel has a public bar and front-facing lounge where most visitors enjoy their evening meals and our view. All food is freshly prepared by our chef who sources local fish, venison, beef and lamb when available. Locally, the village of Strontian offers shopping and visitor information, forest and hill walks. The area has lots of wildlife with deer, pine martin, eagles and a huge range of local birds, flora and fauna. The area is perfect for cycling with mostly quiet, single-track roads along the peninsula. We offer a secure area for cycles and also have drying facilities should you get caught in the rain! We look forward to welcoming you for a relaxing and rewarding stay in one of the most beautiful areas of the UK. Pets are welcome by prior arrangement. Our hotel, in accordance with Scottish Law, is no smoking. For latest prices and special offers, please visit our website or complete the form to check availability. If you are planning to visit Scotland for a week or longer, you might like to consider alternative accommodation during your travels, or even en route.
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Garmoran Square Self Catering Cottages
Garmoran Square offers the best of both worlds - a rural getaway amid spectacular west coast scenery but with contemporary city-chic on the accommodation front. Designed to the highest standard of luxury and awarded 5 stars from Visit Scotland for Tioram and Somerled cottages and 4 star for MacRuairi and Shiel cottages. All have a traditional-looking croft exterior that is sympathetic to its surroundings and gives lie to the luxurious, contemporary interiors. The properties sleep 2, 4, 6, and 6 people or up to 18 if taken as a whole – and every bedroom has an en suite bathroom or shower room. Situated in Mingarry, Moidart, close to Ardnamurchan, Garmoran Square is just 1 hour from Fort William and within easy reach of Mull, and Skye. The elegant cottages have stunning views across Loch Shiel to Ben Resipole. Each is unique and has been tastefully, decorated, with quality fixtures and fittings throughout — solid oak and slate floors. Fantastic 11.5ft ceilings and floor to ceiling windows frame the stunning scenery and wildlife. Tioram and Somerled have large lounges with separate kitchen / dining rooms. MacRuairi and Shiel have open plan kitchen / living/ dinning. With cloak rooms that double up as drying rooms. Bedrooms are either king size double or twin rooms excellent mattress and high quality cotton linen. Chopped wood is readily available for you to stoke up the fire and lovely Arran Aromatics in the bathroom set you up for a lovely spa bath! Maps, walking books and binoculars, are in the cottages for your use during your stay as well as a selection of non fiction books, games, and DVD’s. Hairdryers and alarm clocks in every bedroom. There is also a BBQ. Each cottage has its own deck area with outside garden furniture. The cottages sit in a well maintained garden that is fenced and gated. There is a storage shed for bikes etc. A welcome hamper of home baking, tea, ground coffee, sugar, milk and jam awaits your arrival. Whether you are in the highlands for the scenery, wildlife, outdoors, history or just a get away Garmoran Square can offer it all — a truly great holiday awaits you. Mingarry is situated in Moidart on the west coast of the Scottish Highlands, to the west of Fort William and north of the Isle of Mull. Moidart is best known as Bonnie Prince Charlie country as he arrived in Kinlochmoidart in August 1745 landing at Castle Tioram on route from France and set sail up Loch Shiel from Dalilea. Mingarry is a small crofting township. There are a number of public dwellings such as a church, which was erected by Hope Scott in 1862, as well as a mixture of traditional crofts, some private houses and the Clanranald Hotel. There is also a hotel, pub and restaurant offering great quality food using local produce. Medical centre can also be found in Acharacle.
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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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The Waterfront
This luxury self catering apartment in Fort William is new to the market and is a delight. Located by the shore of Loch Linnhe, and a short walk into town, our "just for two" self catering accommodation makes a wonderful place to stay during a visit to Fort William. Partially open-plan the holiday accommodation comprises an airy sitting room with leather settees and maple flooring. There's a breakfast bar and the stylish kitchen is fully equipped including a washer dryer, dishwasher, filter Coffee Machine, fridge and microwave. There's a large Smart TV, DVD and Free Wireless internet access. Original pictures decorate the walls. The beautifully appointed, spacious bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and shower. Just check out the solid brass large king-size bed! Everything you might need has been thought of, bedding, fluffy towelling robes, luxury toiletries and a TV. The Apartment has a small garden which looks out across the loch to the surrounding hills, and is a sheltered spot to relax outside. There is private parking and plenty of internal storage. If you are looking for somewhere "special" then you've found it! We look forward to hearing from you and welcoming you to Fort William. To check availability please phone 07850 205300 or 07710 973826 or complete the form below. 2019 weekly lets start from £560 Low Season to £735 High Season  all inclusive, including free unlimited wi-fi, nothing else to pay.  Our Winter Breaks are for a minimum stay of 3/4 nights. Prices are from £85.00, £95.00 or £105.00 per night depending upon month chosen.
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