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At a glance;
Fort William is known as Britain’s outdoor capital and all around is stunning scenery to behold. At nine miles long and over a mile wide and with Ben Nevis towering above, Loch Linnhe is one of Scotland’s natural treasures. Situated directly opposite Loch Linnhe, you can admire the fantastic views of the beautiful surrounding wooded hills and mountains from this hotel. Along with the dining room and pleasant lounge area, all front facing rooms offer super views of the breathtaking loch.
The comfortable lounge and ballroom host entertainment most nights throughout the year, often with a distinct Scottish flavour, which is perfect for unwinding after a day’s sightseeing or exploring. This extremely popular hotel is just two miles south of the town centre of Fort William, and here you can explore the many small and interesting shops and museums.
The Hotel has a car park located directly in front of the building.
Our Standard Rooms are charming and have everything you would expect. The rooms have digital televisions, tea and coffee making facilities as well as an en-suite bathroom.
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Here at Bay Hotels we want you to have the best short break possible. We are happy to provide advice to guests with special needs who wish to take breaks at our Hotels. In order to avoid disappointment and/or misunderstandings, please contact us on 01942 496 507 to discuss any needs that you may have.
Fort William is in an area renowned for magnificent scenery and dramatic history. Here you will find the breathtaking Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the UK, as well as beautiful glens, forests, beaches and Loch Morar (the deepest Loch in Scotland).
Follow the A82 to Fort William. On arrival in Fort William, continue to follow the A82. The hotel is on Achintore Road, on the left hand side if coming from the North, two miles past the town centre and on the right hand side if coming from the South, two miles before the town centre.
Fort William Railways station is 2.5 miles.
By National Express:
Service to Fort William Bus Station.
Res: 01397 703117
Tel: 01397 703117
The following places, attractions and things to do are easily reached from the Caledonian:
When the railway came to town in 1890 many Victorian travellers visited the Highlands for the first time - some even arrived by paddle-steamer and went on to cruise along The Caledonian Canal and then into Loch Ness at Fort Augustus. Ben Nevis has been the main source of attraction ever since. The surrounding area is very beautiful with mountains and glens, forests, sea lochs and of course - the Caledonian Canal.
On Monday Evenings
An evening of music and song with
On Tuesday Evenings
On Wednesday Evenings
On Thursday Evenings
On Friday Evenings
Instrumentals & Comedy with
On Saturday Evenings
with an appearance from Scottish Piper
The entertainment programme advertised is subject to change for reasons beyond our control without prior notice.
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