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Top-rated holiday rentals in Fort William

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Cabin in Fort William
Harry’s Hame - stunning newly built luxury cabin.
Harry’s Hame is a newly built luxury cabin situated in our garden at the base of the beautiful Cow Hill.The cabin has been built to provide a little bit of luxury for anyone looking to explore and enjoy all that Fort William has to offer.We are conveniently located 5 mins walking distance from the town centre and 400m from Fort William train station. To help make your stay more comfortable, Harry’s Hame has a king size bed, power shower, hob, oven, tv and WiFi.All linen and towels also provided.
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Tiny home in Highland Council
Stylish & Central. Beautiful views with Parking
Welcome to Riabhach; a stylish space in Fort William town for 2 guests, with free parking. Fully self contained, with private balcony and stunning elevated views of Loch Linnhe and the Great Glen. Close to Fort William town centre, within close walking distance of all shops, bars & restaurants. Next door to our home, with on-site parking for one vehicle. Entrance is via key-safe to provide our guests with the maximum freedom and privacy during their stay. A warm Lochaber welcome awaits you!
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Apartment in Banavie
'Modern, stylish, comfortable' garden flat
Perfect for a couple, this is a modern, stylish and homely self contained garden flat with private parking and outside space. With an open plan design, there is a relaxing spacious lounge through to a generous kitchen and dining space. The kitchen is fully equipped with washing machine, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, microwave, hob, oven, cooking utensils and pots. The separate bedroom offers a double bed, wardrobe and bedside drawers with access to a spacious en-suite with walk-in shower.
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Popular amenities for Fort William holiday rentals

Stay near Fort William's top sights

Ben Nevis Visitor Centre22 locals recommend
The Great Glen24 locals recommend
Steall Waterfall58 locals recommend
Morrisons40 locals recommend
The Grog & Gruel43 locals recommend
McDonald's7 locals recommend

Other great holiday rentals in Fort William

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Cottage in Highland Council
The Old Byre, a beautiful cottage near Ben Nevis
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Flat in Highland
Loch view one bedroom flat in Fort William
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Tiny home in Fort William
Serendipity Tiny House w/ wood-fired hot tub
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Flat in Fort William
Spacious maisonette, Central Fort William. Parking
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Flat in Highland
Loch View Apartment Fort William
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Tiny home in Fort William
Soren Cabin at Viking Cabins
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Home in Highland Council
2 Craiglinnhe Court
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Cabin in Fort William
Acorn Lodge
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Guest suite in Fort William
The Rowans - with views of Ben Nevis
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Guest suite in Highland Council
The Annexe at 24
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Guest suite in Corpach
Kuling Suite - Excellent views of Ben Nevis
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Barn in Banavie
'Fenja' Modern stable conversion Banavie,
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Quick stats about holiday rentals in Fort William

Total rentals

240 properties

Rentals with dedicated workspaces

40 properties have a dedicated workspace

Pet-friendly rentals

40 properties allow pets

Family-friendly rentals

100 properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

30K reviews

Nightly prices starting at

£16 before taxes and fees

Your guide to Fort William

All About Fort William

Sitting on the banks of Loch Linnhe, Fort William is in the West Highlands of Scotland. Located in a district called Lochaber — known as the Outdoor Capital of the United Kingdom — Fort William is set against a backdrop of mountains, the most famous being Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the British Isles standing at 1,345 metres above sea level. You can walk up to the top of the mountain, but if you’d prefer to save your energy, you can take a 15-minute mountain gondola up to one of its neighbours, Aonach Mor.

Fort William’s location by the loch means you can try out a variety of water sports, including canoeing, kayaking, and whitewater rafting. The town is also linked to other lochs, as it marks the starting point of the 60-mile Caledonian Canal, connecting the west coast of Scotland to the east coast at Inverness. Fort William boasts one of the most impressive parts of the canal, the awe-inspiring Neptune’s staircase, which is one of the longest canal locks systems in the country.


The best time to stay in a holiday rental in Fort William

Being dubbed the “outdoor capital” of the United Kingdom, Fort William has plenty to keep you occupied, no matter the time of year. If you like skiing or snowboarding, you can come to a Fort William cottage in the winter to make the most of the snow-capped mountains. If you come in the summer, you’ll benefit from long days and warmer temperatures, which makes this a good time for walking to the Summit of Ben Nevis or going on a relaxing boat trip on the loch. In the darker days of the autumn and winter, you can head to Glen Nevis, just a few miles from Fort William, for stargazing at the Dark Sky Discovery Site.


Top things to do in Fort William

Jacobite Steam Train

Travel in style when you are in Fort William by taking a trip on the Jacobite Steam Train. You’ll go on a 135-kilometre round trip through dramatic landscapes while seated in your vintage carriage with steam puffing past the windows. You’ll also travel over the majestic Glenfinnan viaduct with its 21 arches, which has been used in various films and television series.

Steall Falls

Hike to the mighty Steall Falls, which cascade around 400 feet down the rocks into a lush green valley, making them the second highest waterfalls in Scotland. The two-mile trail starts at Glen Nevis car park, around a 10-minute drive from Fort William, and takes you along a well-signposted path through the rocks to the falls. A steel rope bridge giving access to the base of the falls is available for the adventurous at heart.

Old Inverlochy Castle

If you want to learn more about the intriguing history of this part of Scotland, travel just over a mile from the town centre to visit Old Inverlochy Castle, which dates back to the 1200s. You can walk around the ruins of the castle, which stands in contrast to the surrounding mountains, and discover why it played such an important role in this area.

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