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B and Bs in Fort William

Kilmalyn
Corpach
Fort William
Highlands

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Kilmalyn Bed and Breakfast is a beautiful former Church of Scotland manse built in 1818. Restored and renovated to a high standard, we offer a high quality of bed and breakfast accommodation and a warm highland welcome. As our guests, we will be happy to help you get the most from your holiday. We can advise you on local places of interest and suggest trips to other parts of the Highlands. Located in the peaceful village of Corpach and overlooking Loch Eil, Kilmalyn Guest House is only a 10 minute drive from the town of Fort William. Enjoy fantastic views of Ben Nevis and the Nevis Range mountains and see the Jacobite Steam train pass our door during the summer months. We are open all year round and are the perfect base to enjoy Fort William and the West Highlands. We have 3 spacious bedrooms, all with king sized beds and en suite bath or shower rooms. Each room has a TV with freeview channels, hairdryer and tea/coffee making facilities. All our rooms benefit from underfloor heating. Toiletries are provided in all our bathrooms. Books of local interest and local tourist information are available for guests to enjoy. Relax in our dining room and enjoy the open fire. Choose from a light breakfast of cereal, yoghurt, fresh fruit or indulge in a full Scottish cooked breakfast. All served with fruit juices and tea/coffee. We can accommodate for specialist diets if advised in advance.

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