The Grange Fort William

“Victorian townhouse turned luxury guesthouse on the western edge of Fort William. Stunning views over Loch Linnhe to the Ardgour Mountains and more activities in the area than you can possibly imagine. Traditional yet stylish bedrooms with sumptuous bathrooms and views to die for.”

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“Luxurious Victorian townhouse on the western fringes of Fort William which has been lovingly converted into an upmarket guesthouse. With only two doubles and one suite, it's an intimate property and would be perfect for a romantic hideaway. Each spacious room has been beautifully done up with great attention to detail; they are individually designed and all have wonderful views over the mature gardens and Loch Linnhe. Breakfast is a feast to set you up for a day of exhausting activity either on the water or in the mountains. The Grange is warm and welcoming and the owners pride themselves on a steady stream of repeat business which is testament to their hospitality.”

Written by  Sarah Empson

They say

“Why do people love staying in your hotel?
Guests like to stay at the Grange for its lovely views over the loch, luxury rooms with stylish bathrooms and attention to detail.

What is there to do in the area?
The area has many popular pursuits one being the hike up Ben Nevis (Britain's highest mountain) or a trip on the Jacobite steam train now known as the Harry Potter train which travels the west highland line to Mallaig, reputed to be one of Europe's most scenic train journeys.
A trip to the isle of Skye by road is possible in a day from Fort William as is the isle of Mull
or a boat trip to isle of Eigg or Rum to spot some whales on the way
Fort William also boasts the world Mountain championships and has one of the finest courses climbing Anoch Mhor by cable car and returning by bike, if not for the faint hearted a return by cable car.

What kind of breakfast do you offer?
Breakast at the Grange ranges from homemade prune and apricot compote, full english, smoked haddock cooked in a light cream sauce served on a warm potato pancake
to scotch pancakes, fruit platters all served with warm home made bread.

Do you offer other meals? And can you recommend good places to eat out locally?
We do not serve dinner, however, we are a short walk to the Crannog Seafood Restaurant,
or short drive to some others, including the world famous Inverlochy Castle.

Which are your most popular room types, and why?
Our superior rooms are the most popular due to the size being larger than our standard
however all have loch views.

What message would you like to give Hotel Guru readers?
Hotel Guru readers can be assured of a warm welcome and great service in 5 star rooms”

What's Nearby

Facilities

Walking distance restaurants
Plent to choose from in Fort William
Restrictions on children
Adults only establishment
No restaurant
Breakfast only
Garden

Activities

Sailing
Riding
Mountain biking
Great walks
Plenty of Munros around or even attempt Ben Nevis
Fishing
Golf
Sights nearby
Just outside Fort William in the heart of Glencoe
Kayaking

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3 rooms from $172 per night

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Recommended for

Views
Stunning views over Loch Linnhe to the Ardgour Hills
Total relaxation
Romantic Break
Country Escape
Active Holiday

Activities

Riding
Sailing
Mountain biking
Great walks
Plenty of Munros around or even attempt Ben Nevis
Fishing
Golf
Sights nearby
Just outside Fort William in the heart of Glencoe
Kayaking

Other highlights

Owner managed
Restrictions on children
Adults only establishment
No restaurant
Breakfast only
Traditional
B+B
Antiques
Beach nearby

Hotel size

3 rooms, 1 suite
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