my deals by email
Receive our latest deals before they go on sale to general public.
- free to book
- free to change your mind
- no upfront payment
- guaranteed best rates
- manage booking online
Things to see & do in Fort William
Fort William is based at the foot of Britain's highest mountain, Ben Nevis, and close to the all year round Nevis Range. Fort William is known as the UK's Outdoors Capital. The town has a wide variety of shops. The West Highland Museum is worth a visit depicting life in the Highlands through the ages.
Fort William rail link to Glasgow, is one of the most scenic rail journeys in the UK, if not Europe
Known as "The West Highland Line" and also extends from Fort William to Mallaig. It was the scene of the Hogwarth Express in the popular Harry Potter Films. In the summer time Jacobite Railways put on nostalgic steam train journeys on a daily basis between Fort WIlliam and Mallaig.
Nearby is Glenfinnan, and the monument in commemoration of Bonnie Prince Charlie. It was here he raised his standard to claim the English thrown in 1745. The area around Fort WIlliam is breathtakingly beautiful, with magnificent walks of all grades, mountain biking in Leanachan Forest and Nevis Range. There is a plethora of outdoor activities from fishing to gliding, horseriding to sailing.
Whatever your interests, or if you just want to relax in some fine hotels in the area, then Fort William is a place worthy of consideration.
Click here for Fort William 5 day weather forecast
9 hotels in this region
Dunollie HotelFrom £62.5 per personBroadford, Isle of Skye
Ballachulish HotelFrom £27 per personBallachulish
Isles Of Glencoe HotelFrom £27 per personBallachulish
Onich HotelFrom £47.5 per personOnich
Letterfinlay Lodge HotelSpean Bridge
Glencoe InnFrom £37 per personGlencoe
Loch Leven HotelFrom £39.5 per personOnich
Stronlossit InnFrom £34.5 per personRoy Bridge