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Fort William, Fort William, Isle of Skye & The Western Isles (Ref. 984822)

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  • Sleeps 4

  • Bedrooms 2

  • Bathrooms 1

  • Pets Yes

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  • Icon/Feature/Off-road parking Off road parking
  • Icon/Feature/Shop Pub/shop < 1 mile
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  • Icon/Feature/By the sea Seaside


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11 Customer Review(s)

  • Ms Rovillos

    “We had difficult time figuring out the water heater for the first few days of our stay.”

    Sometimes we end up warming up the water from the kettle just to have a shower or use it for personal use. I tried to call the customer service of sykescottages but hard time to reach them because of the high volume of calls, etc. ...

    Sometimes we end up warming up the water from the kettle just to have a shower or use it for personal use. I tried to call the customer service of sykescottages but hard time to reach them because of the high volume of calls, etc. So I just figure out how to TIMED it on my own to accomodate us on the times that we needed the hot water and times that we don’t. Also, in my whole experience of renting out a self catering accomodation. This is actually our first time that at the check out; you are the one who needs to remove all the linens, pillow cases and duvet cover of your bed and put it the laundry bag. Maybe because of the COVID situation but I can’t see the difference whether we remove it or them. They are still the one who is going to wash it. So why pass the responsibility to the customer? Anyway, we just did it. We leave the unit nice and tidy as instructed in the email they sent. The house has an amazing view of the mountains from the living room window especially seeing that early in the morning and while having breakfast. If you decide to walk from the house going to Fort William Town Centre, It will take you around 30-45 mins. depending on your speed. 45mins.- 1hr. (House to Fort William Station). If you will take a cab; around £6- £8 (10 mins. drive) Book Speeders Cab. They are much quicker than the A&A Taxis. Recommendation: I would suggest that you leave a note or manual on what to do or how to operate heater, water heater incase this won’t work. It’s really hard to live to a place without this essentials even though you have a nice place and view. In general, we had a nice time and relaxing week.

    - Ms Rovillos, October 2020

The property

A well-appointed, modern apartment situated just outside the popular Highlands town of Fort William.

The apartment is on the first floor with a magnificent view out over Loch Linnhe.

With two comfortable bedrooms, the property is ideal for two couples, a small family or a group of friends looking to explore the West Coast Highlands.

Within walking distance of the shops, restaurants and tourist attractions of Fort William, this is an ideal location for anyone looking for a jam-packed holiday, from extreme sports to historic castles, distillery’s and the UK’s Highest Mountain.

With the front door at the side of the building opening into a small entrance hall, take the stairs to the open-plan living/dining/kitchen area with a large bay window giving beautiful views out over the Loch.

A fully-equipped kitchen, contemporary décor and comfortable furnishings will make your stay a real home-from-home.

Off the living area are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom.

There is plenty of space for four adults to relax and watch the wildlife out on the Loch side Linnhe where seals, otter’s, herons and sea birds are all regular visitors.

There is access to the lochside for a picnic or BBQ next to the water.

The town of Fort William has plenty to offer with restaurants, bars, pubs, tea rooms, shops and tourist attractions.

Just outside Fort William is the famous Glen Nevis with the Nevis Range of Mountains including Ben Nevis, so if you are feeling energetic you may wish to bag a Munroe or two.

Cycling, mountain biking and hill walking are all very popular in this area or should you just want a more gentle stroll in beautiful surroundings, Glen Nevis visitor centre is close by.

If you wish to reach the top of the Nevis Range, without the climb, take a ride on Britain’s only mountain Gondola with amazing views of the great glen.

In the winter months, skiing and boarding is a popular outdoor sport with two ski resorts, Nevis and Glencoe nearby.

Hidden in the forest you can experience the thrill of swinging through the forest on ropes and walk high in the trees.

To the south is the beautiful Glen Coe, one of the most spectacular drives through some of Scotland’s most scenic mountains.

Take the Jacobite Steam Train to Malliag passing over the famous Glen Finnan Viaduct as seen in the Harry Potter movies.

Wildlife Boat Trips to see the seals and otters are popular.

Or if you prefer, to take the Corran Ferry across Loch Linnhe and visit the unspoilt beauty of the Ardnamurchan Penninsula.

Glen Nevis Distillery, Fort William Golf Course, The Commando Memorial and the Highland Museum are a short distance away.

You are sure to experience a holiday to remember for a long time to come.


  • All first floor
  • Two bedrooms: 1 x double bed and 2 x single beds
  • Bathroom with shower over bath, basin, WC
  • Open-plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
  • Modern electric storage heaters
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, dishwasher TV
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Free off-road parking adjacent to the apartment
  • Pets welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop, pubs and restaurants in Fort William 40 minutes walk away
  • Access to Loch Beach.

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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.