Fort William

Pam and Ray Howat would like to offer you a traditional highland welcome to their home in Fort William.

Our home is situated on the beautiful shores of Loch Linnhe, with wonderful views of the Ardgour hills.

Ardlinnhe is open all year round, and is only a five minute walk from the centre of Fort William.

We offer 3 en-suite rooms for our guests, our rooms are all equipped with freeview tv and DVD player, hospitality tray, hairdryer, toiletries and radio alarm clock. We also offer a selection of local intrest DVD’s for you to view at your leisure. Iron and ironing board are available upon request. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout thee property.

After a good nights rest start the day with a hearty breakfast served in our dining room which has magnificent views of the loch and surrounding hills, choose from our buffet selection and follow with our traditional scottish cooked breakfast.
Packed lunches are also available at a small charge.

Being the “Outdoor capital of the UK” Fort William has many outdoor activies to offer, including sailing, fishing, playing golf, horse riding, cycling, walking, climbing in some of Scotland’s finest mountains, including Ben Nevis, Britain’s highest mountain at 4406ft to name a few.
Ardlinnhe is also ideally located for winter actives with Nevis Range and Glencoe ski slopes within easy driving distance.

If sport is not your thing, Fort William still has plenty to offer. There are numerous attractions to fill in many a leisurely hour, including the West Highland Museum. Take a trip on Loch Linnhe aboard the ‘Souters Lass’,stopping off to catch a glimpse of seals at the aptly named Seal Island.
Alternatively, take a guided tour around the Ben Nevis Distillery.

Whether you are eager to participate in outdoor activities, or if you simply want to have a relaxing holiday amongst the most beautiful countryside in the British Isles, the surrounding area has something to offer everybody.

How to find us: Ardlinnhe is 500 yards from the West End roundabout on the A82 heading south.

Pam & Raymond Howat