This city hotel built in 1876 and restored in 2000 featuring traditional Scottish hospitality and convenient facilities, the hotel welcomes you for an magnificent holiday. Relax by the warmth of the open fire in front of the lounge areas or browse the net or chat with friends and family members.
The hotel has a popular leisure complex, with gym, sauna, jacuzzi, solarium and swimming pool. Particualry appropriate for families because of the leisure facilities, this is a comfortable stop with ample parking. (GH1208)
This guest house is very friendly, with a relaxed atmosphere. It offers a total of 5 rooms. The reception hall, with its impressive and unusual galleried landing and vaulted ceiling, creates a welcoming atmosphere and ambiance. Facilities include a lobby, breakfast room and wireless Internet access.
You will enjoy the benefits of a friendly Highland welcome, excellent service and luxurious comfort during your stay. Your bedroom will be appointed with a choice of a single, twin or double beds and family rooms. A choice of dining options awaits you; be in our Blue Room a la carte restaurant, or in either of our bars.
With fantastic panoramic views over Loch Linnhe and the Morvern Peninsula, this privately-owned Scottish highland hotel offers year-round accommodation and a wide range of special breaks. This family-friendly beach establishment is housed in a building dating back to 1860 and was renovated in 2011. It comprises a total of 36 rooms including 6 singles and 2 suites. In addition to a lobby area, facilities on offer to guests include a games room, a TV lounge and a children's playground. Guests can enjoy a drink at the caf� or bar and dine in the restaurant. Conference facilities are available to business travellers and guests will appreciate the wireless Internet access. They can also take advantage of the room and laundry services. There is a car park and covered garage parking for those arriving by car. It is also possible to hire bicycles on the premises.
Hotel is a comfortable country house hotel with a jewel of a setting. The building is Victorian with detailing such as a pine-panelled reception hall and the library and lounge where mellow oil paintings reflect the glow of a welcoming log fire.
This family-run hotel comprises a total of 17 en suite rooms, offering excellent accommodation and service to holidaymakers, all set against the wonderful scenery of Scotland's Highlands. Hotel facilities include a lobby area, as well as a bar, breakfast room, TV lounge and bicycle storage. Internet access is available, and guests may take advantage of the hotel's laundry service. Guests arriving by car can make use of the free car park.
Town centre hotel with some fine views over Loch Linnhe. Excellent food and modern luxurious accommodation provide both business travellers and holidaymakers alike with the ideal base in the Fort William area. Golf nearby. Explore the wonder of the Highlands from Fort William.
The accommodation was built in 1863 by the first Lord Abinger, near the site of the original, 13th-century fortress. The castle had been a private residence for over a hundred years until 1969, when it was converted from a family home into a country house hotel. Now over 100 years old, the castle has been modernised and upgraded but, as with the beauty of its setting, its imposing style and Victorian grandeur remain timeless. The Great Hall, which guests will see for themselves upon entering the hotel, has a beautifully frescoed ceiling, Venetian crystal chandeliers and a handsome staircase, reflecting the relaxed, tranquil atmosphere of a bygone age. The property comprises a total of 17 accommodation units. Facilities on offer include 24-hour reception and check out, a hotel safe, a currency exchange facility, a cloakroom, an on-site hairdresser, a games room, a bar and a restaurant. Conference facilities are available, as well as WLAN Internet access, room service, a bicycle hire service and parking for those arriving by car. For an additional fee guests can make use of the hotel's laundry service.
This hotel was built in 1852 and renovated in 2005. Housed in a building that was once the church manse, the hotel comprises a total of 6 rooms spread over 3 floors. Amongst the facilities count a foyer with a reception desk and a sitting where it is possible to enjoy cosy evenings by the fire in winter. A DVD player, video recorder, hi-fi stereo system, Internet access, board games and a great deal of tourist information to help guests plan their stay. Hospitality, healthy meals (only the best Scottish products) and a friendly atmosphere awaits guests to this hotel. Further facilities include a laundry service, a bicycle storage room and Internet access. Those arriving by car are offered car parking facilities.
The Nevis Bank at Fort William is a modern Inn on the banks of the River Nevis and at the entrance to Glen Nevis, one of the most beautiful glens in the West Highlands of Scotland.We are close to Ben Nevis yet only a ten minute walk to Fort William town centre. Situated within yards of the finish to the West Highland Way, we offer an ideal base to explore and enjoy the huge variety of activities in Lochaber.We provide lovely comfortable rooms with all the facilities expected of a modern Inn. Sustenance is offered in Browns Restaurant and Bar where you can enjoy anything from a cocktail to a pint of real ale and a tasty freshly prepared meal by one of our extensively trained chefs.We specialise in offering personal attention, hospitality, and good food for the weary traveller. Our aim is to make you feel welcome, relaxed & comfortable during your stay.Situated on the A82 North of Fort William approximately 1 kilometre from the shopping areas and yet at the entrance to Glen Nevis. The Nevis Bank is the ideal choice for your stay in Fort William and Lochaber.
Renovated in 2007, this spacious family-run guest house is situated in its own private grounds and comprises a total of 5 rooms. Guests may relax in the hotel's spacious lounge with its TV or, if the weather is kind, sit out on the sun terrace and take in the magnificent views of Ben Nevis and Loch Linnhe. There is a breakfast room and a bookcase in the lounge for the use of guests, with a variety of board games and cards, together with books and magazines. This establishment has ample off-street parking.
Cruachan Hotel bids welcome to everyone visiting the region. The hotel is a good starting point for touring Fort William in full. Our address is Achintore Road. Cruachan Hotel offers ideal conditions and personalized attention to its guests during their stay. With our rich and long experience in taking care of our guests we engage in providing quality services at all times. For an agreeable vacation in Fort William, stop by at our charming hotel.
This 2-storey hotel was completely renovated in the year 2000 and comprises 1 single room and 11 double rooms. Amongst the facilities available to guests are a foyer with a 24-hour reception desk, currency exchange facilities, a bar and a restaurant with highchairs for infants. Those arriving by car may make use of the hotel car park and garage facilities and room and laundry services round off the offerings.
Glenshian Bed and Breakfast is one of the best luxury 4-5 star hotels in Fort William, United Kingdom. Located in the prime location of BANAVIE , Glenshian Bed and Breakfast offers the discerning corporate and luxury traveler and his/her family a relaxed and friendly accommodation. Glenshian Bed and Breakfast is within the easy reach of the center of Fort William, United Kingdom, the nearest airport and its major attractions. The Glenshian Bed and Breakfast is known for its collection of cutting edge technology, luxury and comfort, individually designed bedrooms, spacious meeting rooms, chic restaurants and bars, service and staff that focus on every detail of your stay at Glenshian Bed and Breakfast. This hotel is well-suited for tourists, honeymooners, corporate travelers, professionals, foreigners and premium customers.
The hotel, originally built in the 1880s as a private hunting lodge for Laird Macintosh of Macintosh, has been extensively refurbished and the Lodge can be described as classically luxurious with modern amenities. The hotel has for many years, been a famous landmark in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
In an outstanding elevated position with views across Fort William to Loch Linnhe, the Highland Hotel is only a short walk from the town center. Originally a station hotel, the Highland has been sympathetically modernized and retains many of its original features, most notably the wood panelling and open fires. Fort William is an excellent touring base with Great Glen and Ben Nevis within easy distance. During the summer there is the famous steam train that runs between Fort William and Mallaig, the port for the ferry to Skye.