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Inverlochy Castle
Inverlochy Castle
Torlundy, Fort William
5.0 out of 5.0
4.7 out of 5 (18 reviews)
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best hotel!! Loved the castle! Highly recommend this place. Wonderful staff, food, rooms and grounds
  7 May 2017

£580

£580
Glen Nevis Holidays
Glen Nevis Holidays
Glen Nevis, Fort William
5.0 out of 5.0
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Pocket Guide: 5 stars Hotels in Fort William

Treat yourself to a sumptuous stay in Fort William’s luxury hotels, the perfect spot to experience the area’s epic panoramas, exhilarating outdoor activities and superb cuisine in style.

Expedia’s dedicated search tool makes finding opulent 5 star accommodation simple, whether you’re planning a scenic short break or booking a longer trip in Fort William, Lochaber and beyond.

As you choose from lavish country house hotels and grand guesthouses, you can rest assured that the region’s top 5 star hotels are every bit as magnificent as their Highland surroundings.

High-Class Highland Adventures

This charming resort town is ideally situated for all kinds of active pursuits, from hillwalking or adrenaline-pumping adventure sports to a relaxing round of golf.

It’s also the starting point for one of the top railway journeys in the world. The Jacobite Steam Train carries you from Fort William to Mallaig via the iconic Glenfinnan Viaduct, made famous in the Harry Potter films. Enjoy an extravagant afternoon tea or unwind with a glass of champagne as you cross the viaduct, winding past shimmering lochs and rivers, rugged mountain peaks and pretty villages.

Wild Fort William

Catch the ferry at Mallaig and make your way over the sea to Skye, where you can ‘bag Munros’, spot wildlife aplenty and indulge in Michelin-starred cuisine before returning to the mainland.