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Explore the Scottish Highlands from the Caledonian Hotel. This Fort William Hotel boasts views over Loch Linnhe, private car parking, comfortable accommodation and a delicious restaurant.
Private Car Park
Golf in Local Area
Public Transport Nearby
Number of Bedrooms: 81
Parking Spaces: 85
Steps into Hotel: 0
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The Caledonian Hotel in Fort William is surrounded by stunning views, from the glistening Loch Linnhe to the majestic Nevis Range. Situated just two miles from Fort William town centre, this three-star hotel is the perfect base for discovering the Scottish Highlands, Glencoe and the Western Isles as well as incredible landscapes, historic sites and unmatched hospitality. Take a journey back in time on the Jacobite Steam Train. Learn more about Bonnie Prince Charlie at the West Highland Museum, or walk up to the Steall Falls, one of Scotland’s highest waterfalls, with the most rewarding views for a vigorous walk.
Your hotel accommodation at the Caledonian Hotel is perfectly equipped with all the amenities that you would require for your break in Fort William. Each room has ensuite facilities, Free Wifi, tea/coffee making facilities and a hairdryer. Many rooms also benefit from views over Loch Linnhe.
After a day exploring the magical Scottish landscapes of mountains and lochs, you’ll be able to settle into the comfortable restaurant and enjoy a delicious meal from the well-thought-out menu. The bar/lounge features a great selection of drinks as well as local whisky.
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Each of the 81 bedrooms at the Caledonian Hotel has everything you would expect for a comfortable stay including TV, tea and coffee-making facilities, en-suite bathroom, a desk and free WiFi throughout.
Upgrade to a loch view room to enjoy the picturesque view over the Loch Linnhe
Bar & Restaurant
After a day exploring the magical Scottish landscapes of mountains and lochs, you’ll be able to settle into the comfortable restaurant and enjoy a delicious meal from the well-thought-out menu.
The bar/lounge features a great selection of drinks as well as local whisky.
Direction to the Caledonian Hotel in Fort William
The hotel is location on Achintore Road on the A82
Hotel Notice Board
Dogs are welcome at the Caledonian Hotel. Any supplements that may apply will be added on at the hotel.
This hotel varies its menu options month-to-month. You may be offered either a 3 course table d'hote menu or an allowance of £25pp towards the a la carte menu depending on which option they are operating in your stay month. If you wish clarification as to which option will be available for your stay we would advise contacting the hotel directly to check.
Top things to see and do while staying at the Caledonian Hotel near Fort William, Scotland
On the shores of Loch Linnhe, Fort William is known as the gateway to Ben Nevis, the UK’s highest mountain. It’s often referred to as ‘the outdoor capital of the UK’, offering a wealth of opportunities for mountaineering, walking, rambling, hiking, kayaking, skiing, cycling and river rafting. Dramatic natural landscapes and wonderful Scottish hospitality combine to make this the most appealing holiday destination.
On the hotel’s doorstep:
Loch Linnhe, on your doorstep
This 31-mile-long lake stretches past the front of the Caledonian Hotel. Bring your binoculars and look out for dolphins, porpoises, golden eagles and other wildlife. Relax and watch the boats sailing past. Or pull on your wetsuit and get out in a kayak for a day of vigorous adventure.
Within 5 miles:
West Highland Museum, 2.5 miles
This fascinating museum is in the heart of Fort William. Known for its Jacobite and Bonnie Prince Charlie collections, it also plays host to a wealth of fascinating collections that offer a window into life in the West Highlands.
Blarmachfoldach Viewpoint, 2.6 miles
The viewpoint on the eastern slopes of Loch Linnhe offers fine views over Fort William, the top of the loch and the surrounding area.
Jacobite Steam Train, 4 miles
This railway journey is an incredible way to tour the area. It takes you on an 84-mile round trip past Ben Nevis, Loch Morar, River Morar and Loch Nevis. Both the trains and the route were used as the Hogwarts Express in the Harry Potter films.
Ben Nevis, 4.6 miles
Take a hike up the tallest mountain in Britain – over 1,200 metres above sea level. Although the tourist path is well marked and no special skills or gear is needed, it’s not for the faint-hearted, as it takes around 8 hours on average to climb. A gentler and less exhausting option is to take a scenic walk around the base of the mountain where you can also enjoy a dram from the Ben Nevis distillery.
Over 10 miles:
Steal Falls, 10 miles
These beautiful falls are best appreciated as part of a gentle walk. Heading to the falls, you’ll be rewarded by the stunning scenery of this beautiful Highland Glen. The lower falls are impressive following wet weather, while the higher falls offer a real display of power. With a single drop of over 100 metres, the falls are Scotland’s second-highest waterfall and the views are superb.
Glencoe, 14 miles
Famous village in the steep-sided Glencoe Valley, known for waterfalls and trails (as featured in the James Bond film Skyfall), where you can visit the Glencoe Folk Museum.
Glenfinnan Viaduct, 19 miles
The famous viaduct (that features in several of the Harry Potter films) is a stunning sight – especially when there’s a steam-train chugging across its 1-kilometre span, suspended 30 metres above the surrounding countryside.
For more information on things to see in and do in the area, check out our Destination Guide