Distant Hills Guest House

Guest House in Fort William, Highlands and Islands

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Roy Bridge Road, Spean Bridge
Fort William
Highlands and Islands
PH34 4EU

Distant Hills Guest House, Fort William

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Distant Hills is a large bungalow set in its own spacious grounds, beautifully situated on the eastern end of Spean Bridge. It commands attractive panoramic views towards the Ben Nevis range.

Distant Hills Guest House, Spean Bridge near Fort William provides visitors to the Highlands with stylish accommodation in a spacious bungalow. This four star guest house offers modern B&B facilities and delicious home cooked food in a quiet village location. The guest house is located in its own spacious grounds on the edge of Spean Bridge but only five minutes walk from the village centre.

If you enjoy sight seeing Ben Nevis and Loch Ness are 10 and 20 minutes drive respectively. A day trip to the Isle of Skye is one of the breathtaking drives in the area and perhaps exploring the beautiful beaches on the road to the Isles on another day. Distant Hills is the perfect place to relax after a busy day touring the Highlands.

There is a large guest lounge with satellite television, DVD player, selection of books, magazines and free wireless internet access. The guest house is set in lovely gardens where afternoon tea on your arrival can be enjoyed in good weather. In the morning a delicious home cooked breakfast awaits, sourced from local suppliers where possible.

 4 star rating

From: £70.00

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