Fort William Backpackers, Alma Road, Fort William, PH33 6HB
Deep in the Highlands, surrounded by spectacular mountain scenery, lies Fort William, a mecca for those with a spirit of adventure. You can start (or end) the West Highland Way in Fort William, hike or bike along mountain trails, go for a boat trip on the sea loch or just take it easy amidst the wonderful scenery. Even in winter Fort William stays busy with skiing, snow-boarding, mountaineering and ice-climbing. Nestling on a hillside above the town, with wonderful views, this characterful and comfy hostel provides everything you’ll need after a day in the hills. In the evening put your feet up in the elegant lounge in front of a real fire or stroll down to the choice of local pubs. Ben Nevis, Britain’s highest mountain, is just around the corner and below it is Glen Nevis, perhaps Scotland’s prettiest glen, with wonderful waterfalls and ancient pine forest. Dramatic and eerie, Glencoe awaits a few miles away for an excellent day trip.This accommodation is featured on our map of Loch Ness, Fort William and Inverness and here is its own website.
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All year. All day. Reception 7am-noon & 5pm-10.30pm
From £18 per person. ID required for check-in.
First night's payment required to confirm booking.
From north on the A82 go right at roundabout towards town centre. Turn left onto Victoria Road, then left at fork onto Alma Road. From south on the A82 go straight over first roundabout. At second roundabout go right onto Belford Road following Inverness signs, then turn right up Victoria Road then into Alma Road at left fork. From stations walk past supermarket, turn left before the underpass, heading onto the Belford Road. The hostel is just a bit further up, on Alma Road, on the right.
Train and bus stations are only 5/10 minute walk from hostel.
This accommodation is near mountains, is available to individuals, has a pub within walking distance and is on the Land's End to John O' Groats Cycle Route, the City, Backpacker and Boutique Hostels map, the Land's End to John O' Groats Walk, the West Highland Way and the Great Glen Way.