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B and Bs in Fort William

Westhaven B&B
Achintore Road
Fort William
Highlands

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Westhaven is a relaxing home from home located on the romantic shores of Loch Linnhe with stunning views of the Ardgour Hills. Westhaven offers excellent spacious accommodation is its about 2 miles from the town centre. Fort William is ideal base for anyone touring the Highlands. It has many outdoor activities to offer, there is sailing,fishing,golf,walking,cycling,horse riding and not to forget climbing Ben Nevis (Britains Highest mountain). We have secure private parking. Our spacious bedrooms are tastefully decorated to make your stay as comfortable as possible. We provide all the facilities would expect of a STB 4 Stars bed and breakfast. We have double rooms,twin,and family ,single room. We have 4 rooms en-suite all with Loch Views. All the rooms have Television,Hospitality tray, hairdryer, bath robes,radio alarm clock, toiletries, fresh flowers. Complimentary bottle of wine in the room for guests staying four nights or more. There is a comfortable lounge, again with Loch Views available for guests to relax in the evening. We regret we do not provide evening meals, but there is so many fine Resturants in town or you can have a carry out and use our dinning room.

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