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Tel code: 01397 | code search
Postcode: PH33 | code search
Population: 2000
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Corpach is Fort Williamís quieter neighbour, the village at the meeting point of Loch Linhe and Loch Eil and near where the Caledonian Canal ends still having good facilities however... Read More.

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Kilmalyn (0.22 miles)

Kilmalyn
Kilmalyn Bed and Breakfast is a beautiful former Church of Scotland manse built in 1818. Restored and renovated to a high standard, we offer a high quality of bed and breakfast accommodation and a ... More | visit website
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Moorings Hotel (1.33 miles)

Moorings Hotel

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The Moorings lies alongside the Caledonian Canal at the famous Neptune's Staircase. One of Fort Williams' finest establishments, offering excellent cuisine and service. With splendid panoramic views of Ben Nevis and Aonach ... More | Double Room: £39 - £67

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Premier Inn Fort William (1.87 miles)

Premier Inn Fort William
Ben Nevis is a local attraction near to this hotel. In the heart of Fort William, this Premier Inn makes an ideal base from which to explore the local surrounds. Our Fort William Premier Inn has ... More | visit website
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Bank Street Lodge (2.06 miles)

Bank Street Lodge

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The Bank Street Lodge is a motel style accommodation based in Fort William Town Centre. Full en-suite rooms available on a room only basis.

Ideally based to explore the Scottish Highlands, Bank ... More

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6 Caberfeidh (2.08 miles)

6 Caberfeidh

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This family-run establishment is 5 minutesí walk from train and bus stations, and 2 minutesí walk from the High Street and restaurants. Hosts Wilma and Jim have run 6 Caberfeidh as a ... More

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Distillery Guest House (2.09 miles)

Distillery Guest House
This guest house offers comfortable accommodation and is set in the extensive grounds of the former Glenlochy Distillery. The fine distillery buildings form an impressive backdrop to one of the most attractive areas of ... More | Double Room: £20 - £36 | visit website
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Nevis Bank Inn (2.11 miles)

Nevis Bank Inn

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We are close to Ben Nevis yet only a ten minute walk to Fort William town center. Situated within yards of the finish to the West Highland Way, we offer ... More

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Glenlochy Apartments (2.13 miles)

Glenlochy Apartments
Why be confined to a small bedroom in a B&B when you can have the freedom of an apartment for less? Free WiFi

Situated in its own extensive grounds on the banks of the River Nevis. Glenlochy ... More | visit website
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Kismet Villa (2.36 miles)

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Set above the town of Fort William, Kismet Villa Bed and Breakfast enjoys fantastic views, and thanks to being located at the end of a quiet cul de sac, can ... More
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Ashburn House (2.40 miles)

Ashburn House

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A warm Scottish welcome awaits you at Ashburn House where Highland proprietors Christine and Willie MacDonald will greet you with genuine Highland hospitality, traditional home cooking and 6 feet wide ... More

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