Bank Street Lodge, Bank Street, Fort William, PH33 6AY
Call Reception on 01397 700070
OverviewSituated 100 m from Fort William High Street which has numerous shops, pubs, restaurants and banks, Bank Street Lodge offers a range of first class accommodation. There's a choice of single, twin, double and family rooms. All rooms are en suite with TVs and coffee/tea making facilities. The large common room lounge also has a TV and provides space for guests to socialise and share tales of their day's adventures. Lacking a communal kitchen, The Stables Restaurant, at the front of the building, serves fine food for breakfast, lunches and dinners from Easter til the end of Sept. During the low season there are plenty of restaurants and cafes within walking distance. Dog friendly by arrangement (Please note there is a £10 cleaning fee levied) Fort William is an ideal base from which to enjoy walking, climbing, cycling or mountain biking. The world-renowned Nevis Range Mountain Bike Trails and Ski Centre are only a short distance from the town centre. Three star STB rating.
Beds & Rooms:A mix of single, twin, double, 3, 4 & 6 bed family rooms. All ensuite
Open:All year except Xmas. All day access. Entry from 1pm, depart by 10am.
Price per night:Single rooms from £30, doubles from £45. Group rates available.
Booking:Booking advised. Deposit required for long stays or groups.
Directions:Head for town centre via the underpass from the transport centre, turn left after Tesco supermarket on Bank Street, then head up the hill for 150 metres. Hostel is above the Stables Restaurant. Car parking is available.
Public Transport:Train and bus stations at Fort William, 500 metres from Lodge.
Walks:Long Distance Walks Cape Wrath Trail LEJOG Land's End to John O'Groats by bike West Highland Way Great Glen Way
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Planning to walk the West Highland Way or the Great Glen Way?
August 13th 2020
Bank Street Lodge hostel is just 10 mins walk from the start/finish and offers walkers perfect budget accommodation.
It makes an ideal base to get ready to start out on your route. Alternatively our comfortable rooms, warm welcome and hot showers can help you recover at the end of either of these long distance walking routes. Fully heated with drying room, laundry facilities, it is metres from the centre of Fort William with its shops, pubs and restaurants. What more could you want? Oh bedding is provided and dogs are welcome by arrangement.
Bank Street Lodge in Fort William is open for Autumn 2020 Breaks and Staycations
June 25th 2020
We are providing private ensuite rooms and family/household group rooms only. We will have extra cleaning processes in place and will be asking guests to vacate rooms and the hostel completely for a 2 hour spell during the morning to allow cleaners to work safely and efficiently. There will also be restrictions placed on times that the dining area and kitchen are available for use and spacing of tables etc to allow for distancing in the communal areas. We look forward to welcoming guests old and new
Bank Street Lodge has dog friendly rooms
December 18th 2019
Finally time to take the faithful hound on a skiing holiday? Want to do it without going abroad? Bank Street Lodge is here to help
Known as “The gateway to Ben Nevis” Fort William sits between Loch Linnhe and the UK’s tallest mountain. Bank Street Lodge is a cosy hostel with all the amenities you’d come to expect. There is Wifi throughout and the kitchen is well equipped for your every need. The Stables, a restaurant right at the front of the building can provide quality meals for when you’re knackered from the days walkies or even ski (ees?). While it’s unlikely that your dog will enjoy, let alone be able to ski its nice to know that you as a bipedal mammal have the option. So depending on the weather and trivial factors such as being able to ski, its worth checking out for a different kind of holiday. Please note that there is a £10 cleaning charge levied for dog owners.
September 30th 2015
From my starting point I’m approximately one hour into my walk up Ben Nevis mountain. It’s raining with a slight headwind, in front are a young couple in jeans, sandals and a showerproof kagools. We are all in the early stages of climbing Ben Nevis. Who would have thought their would be snow ahead?Read More