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B and Bs in Fort William

Distillery Guest House
North Road
Nevis Bridge

Fort William
Highlands

PH33 6LR | View map
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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 Fort William.

The house is situated on the banks of the River Nevis, at the entrance to Glen Nevis and the end of the West Highland Way. Distillery Guest House is converted from three properties which were originally used to accommodate the distillery staff.

Guests can enjoy the views down to the river from the reading lounge, which has Chesterfield sofas to provide a feeling of understated luxury.

All bedrooms are very well equipped with private en-suite facilities, colour television, hairdryer and tea and coffee making facilities.

Particular care has been taken in the choice of fabric and furnishings for the guest rooms. A choice of double, twin, single and family accommodation is available.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 7
Number Ensuite: 7
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