The Travelodge Fort William is located in the heart of this popular Scottish Highlands town and a centre for walking in the area. Surrounded by extremely diverse and beautiful countryside, from the coasts and lochs to the mountains of Glencoe, and Aonach Mor, and of course, Ben Nevis at 4,409 feet , the highest mountain in the UK which is a big draw for visitors from across the world. from the Travelodge Fort William you can Visit the many whisky distilleries in the area or travel further to the west and the Scottish islands. Fort William is very well known by mountain bikers for the varied cycle trails in the area and draws visitors from far and wide. The Jacobite steam train line runs close to Fort William through extremely scenic countryside on a heritage line , the locomotives ,rolling stock and countryside may also be familiar as shown in several majpor films - take a trip on this nostalgic line and enjoy the views
Fort William is one of the largest towns in the highlands by population, second only to Inverness on the east coast and lies on the shores of Loch Eil, a sea loch with a ferry service across the water to Camusnagaul.
Facilities at the Travelodge Fort William include Free Parking, Wifi, Disabled Access , optional Breakfast box and restaurants locally if you would prefer to eat out plus a number of pubs to sample the offerings of the local distilleries.
A beautiful coastal setting
This property is at an elevation of approximately 40 feet / 12.3 metres above sea level
Loch Linnhe Beach
Near Fort William - a sandy and shingle composition 0.3 miles away. A good expanse of sand and shingle bordered by a long pier / jetty capable berthing larger ships
Facilities at the accommodation Ensuite or Private Bathroom Shower or Bath Car Parking onsite / close by TV in Room Children Welcome Early Check-in check-out Reception Service Free In room Tea / Coffee
Facilities Nearby Beach or Coast Nearby Entertainment Bar / Pub Horse Riding/Pony Fishing
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Distances are direct straight line
Inverness Airport Dalcross Highland IV2 7JB 63.5 miles
Glasgow International Airport Paisley Renfrewshire PA3 2SW 70.8 miles
Oban Airport Ardchattan and Muckairn Argyll and Bute PA37 1SW 26.6 miles
Broadford Airfield Ashaig Isle of Skye IV51 9HD 40.3 miles
M9 Junction 11 Perth, Inverness 62.4 miles
M9 Junction 10 Stirling, Callander, Crianlarich 64.3 miles
Lochaber is an area in the Scottish highlands and Lochaber Geopark cover much of this area, with a Centre for visitors in Fort William, containing exhibitions books and knowledgeable staff and guided tours of the larger area
A tourist steam heritage railway that runs for 41 miles from Fort William to Mallaig passing through spectacular scenery, including the Glenfinnan Viaduct which you may recognise as featured in the Harry Potter films.
0.4m / 0.6km - - 6 minutes walk
Ben Nevis Distillery And Visitor Centre - PH33 6TJ
Located at Lochybridge, just a little north of Fort William, this 19th-century whisky distillery with a visitor centre also provides guided tours and contains a shop.
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