Fort William Accommodation

Looking for accommodation in Fort William?

Check our rates and book immediately online through FreetoBook.  We don’t charge for online booking, we don’t require a deposit and we don’t charge for credit card payment.  The price you see is the price you pay.

Welcome to your destination for affordable and friendly bed and breakfast Fort William accommodation.

Guisachan (pronounced “GOOSH-a-gan” meaning “place of the fir” in Scottish Gaelic) is a family run private guest house in Fort William in the Scottish Highlands.

Phill & Carmen would like to welcome you to our home which is close to the centre of the town, the “Outdoor Capital of the UK”.  We are in an elevated position set back from the main road leading through Fort William, with views over Loch Linnhe and the surrounding mountains.  The guest house is close to the High Street shops and Tourist Information Centre, the railway station, bus stops, the end of the West Highland Way, the start of the Great Glen Way and East Highland Way.  Ben Nevis, Britain’s highest peak (and now 1m higher!) is close by, as are a number of other munros including the Mamores a group of 10 summits to the South of Glen Nevis.

Our guest house has 17 guest bedrooms, ample parking space, drying and laundry facilities, WiFi and Super-fast fibre optic broadband, and most importantly a hearty Scottish breakfast to set you up for the day!

If you would like to find out about our availability we now have an online booking facility, otherwise please feel free to fill in our enquiry form or call us.  We promise a prompt reply.

Stuck for things to do whilst in Fort William?

Take a look at some of the places you can go…

Best Nevis Mountain Guiding

Best Nevis Mountain Guiding

Glenfinnan Viaduct aboard the Jacobite

Glenfinnan Viaduct aboard the Jacobite

 

 

 

 

Have a look at our Facebook Page…

Guisachan House Guesthouse added 5 new photos.

Glen Sheil in the Highlands (on the way to Skye from Fort William). Worth a stop to admire the views. Site of a famous battle in 1719.
...

Glen Sheil in the Highlands (on the way to Skye from Fort William).  Worth a stop to admire the views. Site of a famous battle in 1719.

Guisachan House Guesthouse added 2 new photos.

Glorious day to see the Jacobite train on the Glenfinnan viaduct
...

Glorious day to see the Jacobite train on the Glenfinnan viaduct

Erica Greig, Marli C Gregorio and 23 others like this

View previous comments

Linda PriestleyFantastic Phil

2 months ago
Avatar

Joy MottOh wow really must go for a journey on that train next time we're staying with you.

2 months ago
Avatar

Ross UnderwoodGorgeous!

2 months ago
Avatar

Comment on Facebook

It rarely rains in Fort William, but when it does we will now be prepared with our purpose built drying room with heating/dehumidifier and brand new 20 pair boot drying rack. Wet WHW walkers very welcome! ...

It rarely rains in Fort William, but when it does we will now be prepared with our purpose built drying room with heating/dehumidifier and brand new 20 pair boot drying rack.  Wet WHW walkers very welcome!

Andy Taylor, Allison Macdonald and 17 others like this

View previous comments

Gina FinbowWow - impressed and a little jealous

2 months ago
Avatar

Joy MottOh wow

2 months ago
Avatar

Joy MottOh wow

2 months ago
Avatar

Ron StockVery nice you doing well 😎

2 months ago

1 Reply

Avatar

Gordon Robert MottI like that. A real walkers treat. Well done!

2 months ago
Avatar

Comment on Facebook

Beautiful sunrise this morning in Fort William ...

Beautiful sunrise this morning in Fort William

Tracy Sach, Tracey Harrison and 23 others like this

View previous comments

Tony FryLooks like a scene from the forbidden planet!!

2 months ago
Avatar

Joan SargentMagic!

2 months ago
Avatar

Joy MottThat is truly amazing; what an amazing God we have.

2 months ago
Avatar

Tammy Ann Daileda LewisWow! Wish I were there!

2 months ago
Avatar

Tracey HarrisonThat looks beautiful you lucky lady 😊xx

2 months ago

1 Reply

Avatar

Deborah SnookBeautiful. X

2 months ago
Avatar

Comment on Facebook

Guisachan House Guesthouse added 2 new photos.

The mini Kelpies at Neptune's staircase, Banavie, near Fort William. Worth a quick diversion!
...

The mini Kelpies at Neptunes staircase, Banavie, near Fort William.  Worth a quick diversion!

Tammy Ann Daileda Lewis, Guisachan House Guesthouse and 6 others like this

View previous comments

Carol MunnWow they look great saw the giant ones last year most impressive

3 months ago
Avatar

Comment on Facebook