Fort William & Lochaber Holiday Cottages



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Fort William and Lochaber is a Highland landscape of contrast from the shoreline of Loch Linnhe at the south of the Great Glen to the natural beauty of Ardamurchan, Morvern and Moidart with many coastal paths, woodland trails and mountain hikes.

Fort William is the largest town in the region and home to Ben Nevis, Britain’s highest mountain. The immediate area has some spectacular mountain scenery and superb walking. In the winter months Nevis Range Ski Centre is a magnet for skiers and snowboarders whilst in the summer it offers superb down hill mountain biking. It is not surprising then that the area is known as the ‘Outdoor Capital’.

Glen Spean and Glen Roy continue the mountain theme with the incredible geological ‘parallel roads’ and Nature Reserve at Glen Roy.

To the west Glen Garry offers many wildlife spotting opportunities and walking as well as beautiful scenery and a sense of seclusion, fishing is also available.

The ‘Road to the Isles’, the A830 travels west from Fort William through Lochaber towards the ferry port of Mallaig through remarkable scenery and incredible history. On your journey you will pass Neptunes staircase on the Caledonian Canal, The Glenfinnan Monument, a memorial to the Jacobite Rising and the impressive viaduct. You will also see the beautiful white sands of Arisaig and Loch Morar, Scotland’s deepest loch, before reaching Mallaig. This journey can also be enjoyed by train and is renowned as one of the most scenic rail journeys, in the summer months you also have the option to go back in time to the age of the steam locomotive. From Mallaig you have access to the small Isles of Rum, Eigg, Muck and Canna as well as the Isle of Skye.

The Glen Coe area boasts some dramatic mountain scenery and is a superb walking area, in the winter months there is skiing at the Glen Coe Ski Centre.

Wilderness Cottages are happy to be able to offer a selection of properties to allow you to enjoy this region.

Fersit - Roy Bridge - Fort William & Lochaber

Price range: £380 - £675 P/W in 2014
Changeover day: Sat

Fersit Log Cottage is a four star wilderness cottage with all the comforts of a modern home and wood burning stove. It is ideal for those who enjoy the great outdoors with a number of low level and elevated walks from the doorstep.


Glencoe - Fort William & Lochaber

Price range: £285 - £530 P/W in 2014
Changeover day: Sat

Bothan Beag is a 200 year old traditional cottage situated in the beautiful and historic village of Glencoe with awe inspiring views to the dramatic Glencoe mountains. The area is a haven for those who are keen on outdoor pursuits.


Loch Poulary, Glen Garry

Price range: £475 - £630 P/W in 2014
Changeover day: Sat

Poulary Cottage is a traditional country cottage with wood burning stove. Set in its own 13 acres of land with beautiful views across wild country to a mountain loch it is ideally situated to get away from the hubbub of life.


Fersit - Roy Bridge - Fort William & Lochaber

Price range: £375 - £695 P/W in 2014
Changeover day: Sat

Littlepark Cottage is a former railway cottage adjacent to the West Highland railway. The cottage is tastefully furnished in a traditional style with an open fire. It makes a convenient base for skiing, walking, fishing and cycling.


Roshven - Fort William & Lochaber

Price range: £370 - £560 P/W in 2014
Changeover day: Sat

Rowan Lodge is located in a quiet woodland position just a short walk to the shores of Loch Ailort. This area of Moidart is known as the “Pearl of the West” and offers stunning scenery and an abundance of wildlife.


Portuairk - Ardnamurchan - Fort William & Lochaber

Price range: £460 - £770 P/W in 2014
Changeover day: Sat

Askival is located in a fabulous position in the small crofting township of Portuairk. It is adjacent to the shore of a super sandy beach which continues into Sanna Bay, and enjoys panoramic views to Rum, Muck, Eigg and Skye.



Price range: £545 - £895 P/W in 2014
Changeover day: Sat

Sealight is located near the village of Strontian and enjoys a fabulous shoreline location with beach access and views across Loch Sunart. The property would make an ideal choice for a family holiday or for a romantic retreat for a couple.


Loch Poulary - Glen Garry

Price range: £375 - £625 P/W in 2014
Changeover day: Sat

Tigh na H-Eilde or “cottage of the hinds” in Gaelic, is located in a fabulous rural location in Glen Garry. The property sits in an elevated position and enjoys spectacular views of the surrounding landscape.


Onich - Fort William & Lochaber

Price range: £670 - £995 P/W in 2015
Changeover day: Sat

Penyghent is situated in a quiet location in the small village of Onich. The property enjoys panoramic sweeping views over Loch Linnhe towards the Isle of Mull. With Fort William located some ten miles to the north and Glencoe five miles to the south.


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