Campfield House Bed & Breakfast

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

14 Druimarbin
Fort William
Highlands
Highlands and Islands
Scotland
PH33 6SH

Campfield House Bed & Breakfast, Fort William

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The warmest of welcomes awaits you at Campfield House Fort William, nestling on the shores of Loch Linnhe, just three miles south of Fort William with breathtaking views of Conaglen, Corran narrows, and the hills of Ardgour.

Campfield House is situated on the lochside and has easy access to the foreshore. Guests are welcome to enjoy the gardens, soak up the highland atmosphere and enjoy the magnificent views. Campfield offers both double and twin room accommodation.

All rooms are en-suite, centrally heated with hairdryers and hospitality trays. Campfield makes an ideal location for touring the local area with so much to do within easy travelling distance.

 3 star rating

From: £65.00

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Nearby Historic Attractions

Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

West Highland Museum - 3.3 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Road to the Isles - 3.4 miles (Countryside) Heritage Rating

Old Inverlochy Castle - 4.9 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Neptune's Staircase - 5.3 miles (Landmark) Heritage Rating

Glen Coe - 8.8 miles (Countryside) Heritage Rating

Glenfinnan Monument - 12.3 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

Glenfinnan Viaduct - 12.3 miles (Countryside) Heritage Rating

Clan Cameron Museum - 13 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Castle Stalker - 17.4 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Laggan Dam - 18.9 miles (Landmark) Heritage Rating

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