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Accommodation in Fort William

Selection of holiday cottages and lodges in Fort William

Find cottages near Ben Nevis here in Fort William

Find hundreds of Fort William cottages and you too could find the perfect place to stay for your trip to Scottish Highlands next to the shores of Loch Linnhe. All of your holiday accommodation options are only a click away - we compare all of them in one place, so there’s no need to visit each site separately, trawling through them for hours on end. Here at Hundredrooms, we try and make your getaway in a Fort William log cabin as stress-free as possible. Fort William has gained itself the reputation of “Outdoor Capital of the UK”, which means that it is the chosen spot for hikers to begin their ascent of Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in Britain. We recommend finding self-catering cottages in Fort William for the fact that from here you can visit the likes of Glen Coe, Glenfinnan and Aonach Mòr. It is also the largest town in the Highlands, so you are more likely to find all of the necessary amenities. Many choose a Fort William holiday lodge to explore the Mamores, which are far less populated than the Ben Nevis route among the Munros. If you’re into outdoor sports, then a Fort William luxury cabin has got to be the dream destination; from here you can explore the stunning glens and mountain ranges that perfectly cushion this area of Scotland. Did you know that you can even make the most of its snow-capped peaks with some skiing and snowboarding? Or perhaps you want to make the most of a Fort William chalet after a long day mountain biking or fishing around “Fort Weelum”. Find holiday cottages now - do you need dog-friendly accommodation? Or perhaps you’re looking for pure relaxation after a long day climbing, hiking or biking. We also highly recommend choosing a log cabin near Ben Nevis here in Fort William, to relax well before your ascent up the largest mountain in the British Isles. Tell us how many people you’re travelling with, and which dates you’re looking to travel - we’ll take care of the rest. Fort William exemplifies what nature lovers travel to Scotland for; there are some of the most peaceful loch settings and wonderful array of wildlife, alongside the rolling green glens that will take your breath away.

Places to stay in Fort William

What are the possible options for Fort William holiday rentals? Well you’ll be happy to know there is something to suit all tastes and budgets. Want something authentic? We recommend booking a Fort William luxury lodge deep in the glen, so that you can wake up everyday and immerse yourself in the incredible surroundings. Another great option is a holiday cottage, which can be cosy and comfortable for a festive holiday. We also have holiday apartments to rent if you’re staying for the weekend. Discover all of the possibilities with Hundredrooms, no matter the season or size of your group. Fort William is a small town with many wild, remote possibilities for your accommodation.

Holiday rentals in Fort William

Dog-friendly cottages in Fort William

Holiday lettings in Fort William

When to visit Fort William

Some would argue that to see the Scottish Highlands in their full splendour, you should visit in the winter. Fort William has become a firm favourite for holidaymakers to book their Fort William holiday letting due to its central location in the Locaber region. It is also full of people in the summertime taking advantage of the various lakeside activities, but during the winter, you can find some great deals on Fort William holiday lets for better deals. A lot of holidaymakers choose Fort William for a Christmas and New Year destination, that is a fantastic option if you’re looking for a snowy, traditional setting.

Ben Nevis and other things to do in Fort William

  • Great Glen Way: This path is a long distance route from Fort William in the southwest, all the way to Inverness in the northeast. It follows the Great Glen, and is a popular hiking route whether you’re going by foot, canal, or bike.
  • Jacobite Train: A steam locomotive that takes visitors on an incredibly tranquil train journey with views of rivers, lochs and mountains. It feels very much like taking the Hogwarts Express!
  • Loch Linnhe: Fort William is located at the northeast end of this loch, at the mouth of the River Lochy. It is a great place for sailing, kayaking and other watersports.
  • West Highland Museum: Here you can learn more about the people and the history of this mountainous and wild region of Scotland. You will find many artefacts and exhibits on the Jacobites and their rising of 1745.
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