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Torlinnhe Guest House Welcome to Torlinnhe Guest House, offering exceptional hospitality in Fort William 'The Outdoor Capital of the UK', on the West Coast of the Scottish Highlands. Situated 1 mile South of Fort William, our award-winning guest house has beautiful views over Loch Linnhe and the Ardgour peninsula. Our accommodation provides 8 stylish and modern en-suite rooms all individually finished and designed with you in mind.

We are inspired by Scotland's natural produce, to deliver exceptional dining with great flavour, while you relax in our intimate and modern dinning room. Comfortable and contemporary en-suite rooms with everything you need to ensure an enjoyable Highland stay. With quality at its core we use high welfare and organic ingredients, our menu items are homemade and home smoked.

With stunning world class scenery right on our doorstep, Torlinnhe is the perfect place to stay in Fort William. From fantastic low level walking to Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in Britain, you're sure to find some fabulous walks to enjoy.
Highlights

read more › Torlinnhe has eight comfortable rooms accommodating a maximum of sixteen guests. We have four rooms which can be configured either as super king doubles or with two single beds, two king size double room, a triple room with three single beds and a spacious single. We have one pet friendly room (room 8), get in touch with us directly to arrange your stay first please. We only accept well behaved pets. A 20 fee per pet per stay will apply. We allow maximum of 2 pets. Sadly pets are not allowed in public areas.

read more › A major part of your stay at Torlinnhe should be the food. We are inspired by Scotland's natural produce and scenery, to deliver exceptional dining with great flavour. At the heart of our guest house, a modern and intimate dining room that overlooks Loch Linnhe with spectacular views of the Ardgour hills beyond. Join us for breakfast or dinner and enjoy your choice of menus. We are dedicated to the finest seasonal ingredients across all our menus. And if you're concerned about food miles, you won't be disappointed to discover that many of the ingredients we use have travelled less than 20 miles.

read more › Our breakfast includes a selection of cereals and muesli, yogurt and home-made items. For those with an appetite, you can follow with your choice of either a traditional Scottish breakfast, Salmon Scramble Egg or other alternatives. Of course there is always an unlimited supply of home-made toast and preserves. If you suffer from any allergies, please discuss your requirements with us when you make a booking. Due to presence of some ingredients used in the kitchen we can not guarantee that a dish is completely free from all allergens/specific ingredients.

read more › For those, taking things easy, we can organise afternoon tea in a rucksack or a wicker hamper when you are heading out for the day. We offer picnic blankets too! We can also offer 'takeaway' option if you are checking out. From fantastic low level walking to Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in Britain, you're sure to find some fabulous walks to enjoy.

read more › Our aim is to introduce you the best of Scottish produce, from our excellent suppliers and local fisherman. You can view our list of suppliers here. Our food, cooked with passion and flair brings a unique dining experience that we hope will be highly memorable. Table reservation is essential, please let us know if you wish to dine with us when you book your stay. Food pre-order is required in advance. We can only accommodate hotel residents for dinner. Please inform us of any dietary requirements and food allergies at the time of reservation.

read more › Kirkhope mountaineering specialises in mountain adventures for small groups or individuals. Wildlife & scenic tours around Fort William and the Highlands with your guide John Irvine. Discover the old fort after which Fort William (An Gearasdan) is named, right by the River Nevi. Get a different view from the water with Rockhopper Sea Kayaking to guide you along Lochaber. Try rock climbing and bouldering at Three Wise Monkeys, an indoor alternative for when the weat. Get off the beaten track and be transported through Glencoe and Glen Etive on a Land Rover Safa.

read more › Wildlife & scenic tours around Fort William and the Highlands with your guide John Irvine. Discover the old fort after which Fort William (An Gearasdan) is named, right by the River Nevi. Get a different view from the water with Rockhopper Sea Kayaking to guide you along Lochaber. Get off the beaten track and be transported through Glencoe and Glen Etive on a Land Rover Safa. Want to get to places the ordinary hill walker won't go, then get in touch with Abacus Mounta. The castle is picturesquely situated on the banks of the River Lochy, just a mile from the town.

read more › Try rock climbing and bouldering at Three Wise Monkeys, an indoor alternative for when the weat. Get off the beaten track and be transported through Glencoe and Glen Etive on a Land Rover Safa. Get wet, have a blast and get your heart rate up with Vertical Descents at Inchree, just 8 mile. White water rafting, canoeing, canyoning, gorge walking or kayaking, if it's water activi. A hi-tech multi-media presentation leads you though 500 million years of history, natural myste. The visitor centre, right in the High Street, is crammed with information about the landscape a.

read more › Kirkhope mountaineering specialises in mountain adventures for small groups or individuals. Try rock climbing and bouldering at Three Wise Monkeys, an indoor alternative for when the weat. Check out the Walkhighlands website for spectacular mountain climbs as well as wonderful low le. Regarded as the best short walk in Scotland and one of the 'must see' things to do when you. Let Britain's only mountain gondola at the Nevis Range transport you effortlessly to 650m.

read more › From the South, we are on the A82, about 1.5 miles past the Caledonian Hotel. Travelling from the North, we are on the A82 heading south, just over a mile from the dual carriageway and the West End Roundabout. Our postocde is PH33 6RW. If you are using Satnav, please be aware that the postcode covers about a half mile of road. We have free parking available on site. We have also installed a 7kw, 32amp Type 2 car charging unit on site which is available for guest use. It should be compatible with most BEV and PHEV vehicles.

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