This page provides links to lots of good, friendly bed and breakfast places in Fort William, near Ben Nevis. If you are planning to visit Fort William to climb or walk up Ben Nevis, then look no further. All our advertisers are well-established bed and breakfast providers and look forward to hearing from you.  They are accustomed to helping our visitors who are coming to our Highland town to walk up the mountain for a good cause, or just to have a fun few days in the area.
 
 You may well be amazed at the quality on offer - from luxurious rooms to clean and simple accommodation. Many Fort William B&Bs offer an early breakfast option recognising the needs of outdoor people to get on their day. Search for "early breakfast" for a list of accommodation providers in Fort William and the surrounding area.
 
Some bed and breakfast facilities are family homes as is the tradition in the Highlands. Other establishments are much larger businesses but still offer a warm welcome to travellers to the Highlands of Scotland. The Area Guide to Fort William and Glen Nevis section of the Visit Fort William site provides information and photographs featuring the villages and communities around Fort William's town centre. These provide alternatives to town centre locations. Many of the establishments there offer unique views of Ben Nevis, settings around the Caledonian Canal, and, in general, quiet peaceful locations.
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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Huntingtower Lodge
Huntingtower Lodge is closed for 2020 but we are taking bookings for 2021.  We have carried out a full COVID-19 Risk Assessment and have the Visit Scotland COVID-19 "Good to Go" accreditation. The Lodge, a Visit Scotland 4 Star Gold B&B enjoys a stunning position on 6 acres of hillside, overlooking Loch Linnhe, Huntingtower Lodge is the perfect place to chill out or to use as a base to tour the West Highlands, to climb Ben Nevis, take a walk along our woodland path or take The Jacobite to Mallaig. Our 4 double rooms have en-suite showers, king-size beds and all the usual comforts you would expect from quality accommodation. We also have a twin room with private shower room. Our suite of rooms, The Waterfall Suite, is perfect for travellers looking for privacy or a special get-away. Each room has Wi-Fi and Freeview television/DVD. The house is no smoking throughout. Complimentary transfers to and from the local bus and train station are available by arrangement as is transport into town in the evening - we do however ask for a voluntary donation to our chosen charity, http://www.kirstyskids.org/. So, whatever the weather or time of year, come, relax, watch the wildlife from your room and enjoy the West Highlands in comfort. You are guaranteed the warmest of welcomes and all our extensive facilities are at your disposal to make your stay a memorable one. Clothes drying and secure equipment storage is available. A secure garage is available for cyclists and bikers. Please check our availability calendar for 2021 here
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