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Inverlochy Villas



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Fort William Activities and Sightseeing

Ben Nevis

Being the closest Bed and Breakfast to the climbers path on Ben Nevis 100m, this is an ideal base camp for climbers both in summer and winter. We offer free flask fills for hikes up Ben Nevis pictured left. For the web cam view of Ben Nevis click here.

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Glen Nevis

From the Gaelic Gleann Nibheis is a beautiful and popular glen in Fort William. If you enjoy a long walk along along the riverside. For more information on this 7 mile glen and the history click here

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Inverlochy Castle

Just a short drive away is the ruins of old Inverlochy Castle as pictured here, or a lovely walk from here down the river bank where you can watch the rabbits and chinchillas play or the anglers catching salmon in the river Lochy. Visits to the award winning local distillery can be arranged.

One of our rooms is a loft conversion this is an ideal family room and being in the top of the house, has views of both Ben Nevis and the Road to the Isles, leading to Mallaig and north following the new cycle path to Aonach Mor and the cable cars, see out sightseeing page for more information.

Chinchillas in Fort William?

Yes, apparently happily living with wild rabbits are chinchillas! These lovely little speed demons inhabit the grounds directly across from the Inverlochy Villas Bed and Breakfast. No? Maybe try Scuba Diving.

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Aonach Mor

If you prefer a cable car ride to the summit of Aonach Mor rather than climbing a mountain, Nevis range is 4 miles away. There is also a newly built cycle path 100 metres away, finished in September 2007.

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Jacobite Steam Train and Mallaig

The famous Jacobite Steam Train, passes by in front of the house about 200 metres away, on its beautiful journey following the Road to the Isles.

The A day out to Mallaig along the Road to the Isles, passing through Glenfinnan, Lochailort, Morar, Arisaig and onto Mallaig is well worth the trip, either by car or rail.

 

For info about what to see and do in Scotland, check out ScotSites. The best of Scotland on the internet!

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