A delightful country bed and breakfast in the Scottish Highlands set in Torlundy, near Fort William.
A warm welcome and relaxed atmosphere await at this traditional B&B near Fort William in Scotland.
Three miles from Fort William, Torlundy House offers beautiful views and easy access to Ben Nevis.
This traditional B&B is run by a local family and nestles in the Highlands, close to Fort William.
This warm, friendly B&B provides a real home from home close to the historic town of Fort William.
This 4 star lochside B&B is just a few miles from Fort William town centre.
Close to Fort William, this cosy B&B offers great views of Loch Linnhe in a peaceful setting.
Enjoy breathtaking Highland views from this welcoming B&B nestled in the centre of Fort William.
Stunning loch views await at Aros Ard, which is situated at an ideal spot for walkers.
This modern B&B near Fort William is all about tranquil surroundings and incredible views.
Dramatic mountain views and a loch-side setting complete this country B&B in Fort William, Scotland.
If you're looking for dramatic Scottish scenery, organise a stay at a bed and breakfast in Fort William. Set at the foot of Ben Nevis, this bustling Highlands town offers stunning views over magnificent mountains and lovely Loch Linnhe.
Outdoor enthusiasts can base themselves at a Fortwilliam b and b and spend their days immersed in this wonderful walkers paradise. Walkers, hikers and hill climbers flock to the area that has become known as the outdoor capital of the UK. This is certainly a fitting title, with the chance to explore Glen Coe, Aonach Mor, Glenfinnan and, of course, Ben Nevis. The Mamores are also worth visiting from your B&B in Fortwilliam and are usually less busy than the popular Ben Nevis range.
In winter, the mountainous region turns into a playground for skiing and snowboarding, with lifts operating on the Nevis Range for easy access. In summer, the mountains are popular with mountain bikers seeking a thrilling ride around one of the courses. It is worth taking a break from your outdoor pursuits to spend some time in the town itself. Find out about the area's history in the West Highland Museum and wander the bustling high street. Filled with shops, pubs and restaurants, here you can enjoy a cool drink in summer or a warming hot toddy during the icy winter months.
If you're looking for a taste of life in a Scottish highland town and easy access to the great outdoors from your Scottish bed and breakfast Fort Williams might just be for you.