Bed and Breakfast in Fort William

Fort William Bed and Breakfast at Guisachan Guesthouse a large (3 Star Visit Scotland accredited) guesthouse in  the “Outdoor Capital of the UK”.  If you are looking for B&B in Fort William, look no further.

The guesthouse is located in a prominent hillside position set back from the main road and overlooking the town and adjacent Loch Linnhe so the views from our guest lounge and dining room are stunning.

We have a range of guest rooms including single, twin, double, triple and family rooms, most of which are ensuite.

Warm Welcome and a Great Breakfast

Carmen & Phill Beale are the owners of Guisachan Guesthouse, having taken over at the beginning of 2016.  Our aim is to provide you with an enjoyable and comfortable stay and a hearty breakfast whether you wish for a full hot Scottish breakfast or a cold Continental breakfast.  We serve a full buffet style breakfast so you can select exactly as much or as little as you want.

Room for More

With a range of guest rooms including single, double, twin and family room we are big enough to accommodate anyone from single travellers to large groups so check out our availability by clicking on the “Book Accommodation Now” button above or select your dates in the panel on the left.

Accommodation in the main summer season in Fort William is extremely sought after, so we always recommend booking your summer accommodation as early as possible to avoid disappointment.  Additionally you might want to consider booking ahead for your evening meals, as during the summer months it can be quite a challenge to find somewhere to dine.

We are happy to accommodate cyclists, walkers and families.  If you have been walking an need to dry out your gear we have a fully equipped drying room with boot drier and dehumidifier.

Check out our reviews page to see what our guests think of Guisachan Guesthouse!

Guisachan House is perfectly placed to take advantage of all the area has to offer, making it the perfect base for your holiday in the Scottish Highlands.  Have a look at our what to do page for more ideas of things to see and places to go.

We are about 25 miles from Glen Coe, 40 miles from Oban, 30 miles from Fort Augustus and ideally placed as a staging post for a trip to Skye and the other islands off the west coast.

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4 days ago

Guisachan House Guesthouse

It’s not often that we can say we live in the warmest part of the UK...Things are heating up - Scotland could hit 24C on Wednesday. ☀☀☀ ...

It’s not often that we can say we live in the warmest part of the UK...

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Yes we noticed now we are back home. But we still had a great time even if was a little bit cooler.

Make the most of it while you can.

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2 weeks ago

Guisachan House Guesthouse

Such a pleasure to accommodate Martin for one night, wishing you Gods speed for the rest of your walk 👍Day 67 of 254, Fort William to Duror, 18.5 miles. My day started at 5.15am when a bird decided I'd been asleep too long and made a point of singing loudly outside my bedroom window. After 20 minutes of this I decided to open the curtains, where to my surprise there was a roe deer in the garden a few metres away. It stared my way, not sure what to make of me. I decided I ought to put some clothes on!

After a lovely breakfast, where my hosts at Guisachan Guest House, Phil and Carmen, surprised me with a generous donation to our fundraising, I set off for a day on the roads.

The A82 was quite busy, but fortunately there was a pavement for the first 5 miles. It was a hazy day across Loch Linnhe and would remain so for most of the day. It was dry and quite warm, especially when the sun broke through.

For the next 4 miles trees blocked out any views, which was probably a good thing, as I needed to concentrate on avoiding the increasingly heavy traffic. At 9 miles the pavement returned on reaching Inchree. I stopped for lunch here and realised I'd entered new walking territory. I'd reached 1,102 overall miles. Team Shipley's previous longest continuous walk was 1,100 when we walked John O'Groats to Lands End in 2012.

A couple of miles further on I reached Onich, where a coffee stop was a welcome break. Soon afterwards I reached North Ballachulish, where I crossed the entry to Loch Leven via the bridge, opened in December 1975. It brought back memories of a holiday when I was in my teens in the early 1970's, when a ferry was the only means across for cars, but for our holiday coach it was a 20 mile round trip to get to the other side!!

This area afforded the best views of the day. There are numerous mountains here, several of them over 700 metres. The view from the bridge down Loch Leven to the mountains surrounding Kinlochmore, Glencoe and Ballachulish village was amazing.

I left the A82 here to move on to the quieter A828, which had a cycle track running alongside it for much of the remainder of the walk. I took a bag break at 15 miles and sat next to the loch for a while, enjoying the tranquility of it all.

By necessity I stopped for food in Kentallen a mile later, before walking the final 3 miles to Duror and my b&b.

4 weeks ago

Guisachan House Guesthouse

One of the many reasons to visit Fort William...

Nevis Range
Come and have a look at the beautiful views at the Sgurr Finnis-Aig viewpoint! 🚴‍♂️🚠☀️ #NevisRange #FortWilliam

Gondola, Mountain Bike Uplift and Tree Adventure are now ALL OPEN for the season! You can also now purchase your Gondola and Bike uplift tickets online so you can skip the queues and go straight to your choosen activity!!

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