Fort William

Fort William Backpackers

Alma Road
Fort William
PH33 6HB
Scotland

www.fortwilliambackpackers.com

Deep in the Highlands, surrounded by spectacular mountain scenery lies Fort William, The Outdoor Capital of the UK and a Mecca for those with a spirit of adventure.

Ben Nevis, the UK’s highest mountain, sits just around the corner and below it lies Glen Nevis -perhaps the prettiest Glen in Scotland with it’s wonderful waterfalls & ancient pine forest.

Nestling on a hillside above the town, with wonderful views, our characterful and comfy hostel provides everything you’ll need after an adventure in the hills. Our dorm rooms are small with a maximum of eight beds and all beds are made up with sheets, duvets and 2 fluffy pillows. We have a self-catering kitchen with everything you will need and a spacious dining room overlooking our patio and the mountains beyond. In the evening put your feet up in our elegant lounge in front of a real fire or stroll down to the choice of local pubs and restaurants that are literally minutes away. When the weather’s good maybe we’ll be having a barbecue or a camp fire on our patio so come and join us!

  • Panoramic views
  • Friendly, knowledgeable, award-winning staff
  • Cosy & sociable atmosphere
  • Comfortable beds including all linen, duvet & 2 pillows!
  • Great showers
  • Fully equipped self-catering kitchen.
  • Spacious dining room with loads of local info.
  • Continental style Breakfast – £3.00 for a wee bit of everything (fruit juice, cereal, toast, and freshly baked Scottish scones!)
  • Towel hire £1.50
  • Laundry Service £5
  • FREE tea, coffee & hot chocolate
  • Free WiFi in communal areas and a private ‘Skype Den’.

Prices:
Dorms between £17 – £24 per person per night.
Twin from £40 - £50 per night.

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