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Guesthouse | Invernevis B&B, Achintore Road, Fort William, Scotland PH33 6RN
22 out of 22 customers would recommend this property
Recent review (09/02/2013)
James Fondren thinks…
"We enjoyed our stay at Invernevis and highly recommend staying to anyone seeking wonderful lodging while in Fort William. The Bed and Breakfast offers a spectacular view of Loch Linnhe. The service…"Read all InverNevis B&B reviews
- Car Parking
- No curfew
- Currency Exchange
- Internet / Wi-Fi
- 24 hour hot showers
- Luggage Room
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GPS-enabled map and directions
Fort William is 2.5 hours north of Glasgow and 1.5 hours south of Inverness, along the scenic A82. For those travelling from the East there are several routes off the A9, which can be taken, including from Perth and Aviemore. Inver Nevis B&B is situated 800metres South of Fort William High Street on the A82 into Fort William at Achintore Road.
Arriving by Train:
The closest Train station to the B&B is located in Fort William itself! There are daily services to and from Fort William to many cities and towns including Aberdeen, Glasgow, Edinburgh and all other major UK cities.
Arriving by Coach/Bus:
Scottish CityLink is the best & most popular choice and they operate regular coach services to Fort William, which can prove to be very good value for the budget traveller!
Arriving by Plane:
Lots of low cost airlines operate routes directly into Inverness, Glasgow and Edinburgh Airports, from throughout the UK and Europe. You can make connections from these airports to Fort William very easily by car hire, bus/coach or train. For further information on timetables and fares into Inverness Airport click here
Arriving by Boat:
Caledonian MacBrayne Ferries service 22 islands and 4 peninsulas that are situated off the West Coast of Scotland. It is possible to travel from the majority of these islands to the mainland into the ports of Mallaig or Oban; from there you can use the bus, train or road links to Fort William.