Fort William B&B Accommodation
Fort William sits below the bulk of Ben Nevis, at 4,404 feet, Britain's highest mountain. The town has a variety of shops, restaurants and pubs, as well as a museum, art gallery, leisure centre and golf course.
Climbing, hill walking, mountain biking, all water based sports and a multitude of other outdoor pursuits are all available around Fort William and Lochaber which promotes itself ‘The Outdoor Capital of the UK’.
In winter there is ski-ing on the Nevis Range and at Glencoe. The cable car ride at Nevis Range is one of the easy ways to get to the mountain tops in winter or summer.
The West Highland Way is probably Scotland's most famous long-distance hiking trail stretching some 95 miles from just north of Glasgow to Fort William.
The Great Glen Way is a newer, interesting long-distance trail between Fort William and Inverness (approx. 70 miles) following the Caledonian Canal and Loch Ness.
The rail journey between Fort William and Mallaig on the famous West Highland Line is said to be the most scenic train ride in the country.
B&Bs in Fort William include: