Fort William 3 miles.
A neat detached timber cottage in a quiet location, one of five cottages set around a pretty and peaceful garden area, in the village of Corpach, three miles from Fort William.
Well-situated for touring the stunning West Highlands, this cottage near Fort William is an ideal base for a family or group of friends.
Neatly presented and with good facilities, this single-storey Highland cottage has two bedrooms, a double and a twin and an open plan living area with a large corner sofa and double doors opening out on to the shared lawned garden.
At the front of this Highland cottage there is a lovely decked seating area, a great place to sit and relax with a book.
The village of Corpach is a short walk away and offers good local services, as well as being situated on the famous Road to the Isles going west to Glenfinnan with its historical monument, Morar with its beautiful white sands and Mallaig, an atmospheric and vibrant fishing port where you can take the ferry across The Minch to Skye.
The town of Fort William is within each reach and offers excellent opportunities for dining and shopping, or if you are more active how about a walk up Ben Nevis!
A welcoming Corpach cottage in an area that has everything you need for your Highland self-catering holiday.
Note: This cottage is next to Ref. 1301, together they sleep 8.
About the location
Ben Nevis 2 miles; Glencoe 16 miles; Kinlochleven 22 miles.
The main town in the Western Highlands, Fort William lies on the banks of Loch Linnhe, and offers a wide variety of shops, and pubs which serve a fine selection of meals. The area boasts spectacular scenery and a plethora of walking opportunities, from gentle ambles to more strenuous expeditions, and of course, Britain’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis. Ski enthusiasts will also enjoy the Nevis Range, a ski resort with a mountain gondola, along with a World Cup mountain biking course located just four miles from Fort William. For a more relaxing break, why not take a tour of the Ben Nevis Whisky Distillery, or visit the Glenfinnan Monument? An ideal location for exploring the best of the breathtaking West Highlands.