This small guesthouse comprises a total of 3 double rooms and features a lobby, a TV lounge, a breakfast room and Internet access. The lounge and conservatory offer magnificent views of Ben Nevis and the surrounding mountains and guests are invited to stroll along the canal to nearby bars and restaurants or to simply sit and relax and watch the boats pass by from the garden, lounge or conservatory. Guests may hire bikes from the guesthouse and ample off-street private car parking is available.
The ground floor bedrooms are very comfortable. Each room has been individually styled to reflect its own character and includes an en suite shower room plus facilities such as a hairdryer, radio, Internet access, tea and coffee making facilities and individually regulated heaters.
Fort William golf course is less than 5 km from the hotel. Activities such as sailing, kayaking, fishing, walking, climbing, canyoning, horse riding, skiing, snowboarding and ten pin bowling are available in the vicinity. Guests can also enjoy take part in distillery tours and boat trips, and visit the nearby museums and the leisure centre, as well as enjoy the local wildlife.
An extensive breakfast menu is available which can be tailored to guests' requirements. Packed lunches are also provided.
This guesthouse is just a few minutes from Fort William by car, taxi, bus or train. Situated on a quiet country road away from the hustle and bustle of the town, the accommodation nevertheless lies in close proximity to local amenities. It is an ideal base from which to discover the west coast of Scotland, with sights such as Ardnamurchan, Glencoe, Oban, Mallaig, Loch Ness, Mull and Skye being only a short drive away.
From the South and Glasgow: Follow signs to Fort William on the A82 (2 hours from Glasgow city airport). Pass through Fort William on the A82. On the outskirts of town there is a mini-roundabout with Ben Nevis Distillery on the right and a BP garage on the left. Turn left onto the A830. Cross the river bridge, after about 1.6 km, cross the Caledonian Canal and turn right onto the B8004 - signposted to Gairlochy. Pass the Moorings hotel. Drive for a further 500 metres. The hotel is on the right. There is a large blue and white sign outside. From the North and Inverness: Follow signs to Fort William on the A82. On the outskirts of town there is a roundabout with Ben Nevis Distillery on the left and a BP garage on the right. At this roundabout turn right onto the A830. Follow directions as above.