We are delighted to offer three self-catering apartments in lovely Fort William. They make an excellent base from which to explore the Highlands, climb Ben Nevis, finish the West Highland Way, start the Great Glen Way or just rest & relax!
Welcome to our listing for the Glenlochy Nevis Bridge Apartments. Here you will find photographs and descriptions of our three self-catering holiday apartments. Please take a look around and if you have any questions, I would be very happy to answer them either by email or by telephone.
The first of our apartments (number 1) is to be found on the ground floor. It has two bedrooms with a double bed in one and twin beds in the other. Both of the comfortable bedrooms come with ensuite bathrooms for which we are happy to provide your towels. The apartment also has a bright and welcoming living room with a kitchen and dining area at one end. The kitchen comes with all you could need including a washing machine, fridge, microwave and electric oven & hob. For your convenience, we also provide a supply of tea, coffee and cereals. Much needed essentials! The seating area comes with comfortable sofas, a TV with Freeview channels and a living flame fire. Just the thing after a well spent day out walking on a crisp winter’s day.
Apartment number 2 is a mirror of apartment 1 and benefits from a fine view of Loch Linnhe and the hills on the far side of the Loch. It is a really warm and welcoming apartment with lovely bright rooms, good views, lots of space and really does make an excellent choice for your visit. We also recognise that our pets are a vital part of our lives and for many, are members of the family. For that reason, we are more than happy to accept guests of the four-legged variety. Indeed, we are glad to welcome all and so hope to see you here soon.
Apartment number 4 is perfect for a family with young children, coming as it does with a family bedroom, in addition to a separate double room. This second double room is especially welcoming with a large window making the room especially bright and airy. The living room is separate from the kitchen and is also particularly bright and welcoming, no matter what season you are visiting. The kitchen is a good size, as is the family bathroom, all of which should make your stay a comfortable and relaxing one.
We are based just a few minutes walk from the town centre of beautiful Fort William and the railway station. Fort William has three supermarkets for your shopping needs and a number of really excellent places to eat as well as several excellent pubs should you be in need of a fortifying drink after a good days exploring. As well as Loch Linnhe, Ben Nevis is six miles away or can be reached on foot via the back lanes from Glenlochy. For exploring further afield, Glencoe is a short car journey as is the historic fishing village of Mallaig and as we are in the heart of the Highlands; there are views and scenery to take your breath away around every corner.
So, whether you are travelling alone, with family or friends, whether you are looking to enjoy some glorious hiking or just kick back and enjoy a restful time: whatever your reason for visiting, you could hardly do better than make the Glenlochy Nevis Bridge Apartments your base during your stay. Consider it home from home.
Please visit this website for walking information in the Highlands. Also, please see the website for the Jacobite steam train.
So much better than booking a group of hotel rooms!
We really hope to welcome you here soon.
We are located on North Road (the A82) just a short walk from the centre of town. If you are arriving by car from the South, follow the signs for the A82 Inverness and we can be found on your right hand side on the corner of Claggan Road. Opposite is the Nevis Distillery and guesthouse. Should you be arriving from the North, look out for the Argos and Farm Foods on your right hand side as you arrive in Fort William. Go over the roundabout and just past the traffic lights, you will see us on your left hand side.
The easiest way to reach us is by car and what a fabulous drive it is too. Nonetheless, arrival by train is very straightforward and the station is just 15 minutes walk away. It may be necessary to get a short taxi ride if you have a number of heavy bags with you or if it is raining (which is very rare in the Scottish Highlands of course....!). Should you be flying in, the closest airport in terms of journey time is Inverness and the journey is very straight forward from the airport, however, Glasgow and Edinburgh are also well located with journey times of around two and half hours or so from each.
|Apartment 1||£160 Per unit per night|
|Apartment 2||£160 Per unit per night|
|Apartment 4||£160 Per unit per night|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
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