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Friday, 25th April 2014

Torlinnhe Guest House

Achintore Road
Fort William
Inverness-Shire
PH33 6RW

Tel: 01397 702583

Torlinnhe from outside

Description

Experience B&B hospitality at its best at Torlinnhe Guest House, Fort William.

Andy and Sue Keen would be delighted to welcome you to their stylish, contemporary guest house on the shores of Loch Linnhe. There are six comfortable bedrooms, all with en-suite shower rooms; digital TVs, DVD players and free wi-fi access. There is also a drying room, plenty of parking and cycle storage. We are about a 20 minute walk away from the centre of Fort William where you will find plenty of restaurants and pubs for dinner.

Breakfast is always a highlight of a stay at Torlinnhe, there is plenty of choice at the buffet table with cereals, muesli, juices, yogurts, pastries, croissant and a fresh fruit dish. Then to follow choose from a traditional Scottish breakfast, Salmon Scramble or Breakfast Cranachan, Sue’s own version of a traditional Scottish dish made from raspberries, blossom honey, toasted oatmeal and Greek yogurt.

Please do check out Trip Advisor for reviews on Torlinnhe. If you’d like to book online, use the link in the information section on this page. Alternatively phone us for the interactive version!

Opening Times

Open All Year
Open All year (01/01/2014 - 31/12/2014)

* Between April and September I am afraid we are normally unable to take single night bookings - but then why wouldn't you want to stay longer in the Outdoor Capital of the UK?

Gradings

  • 4 Visit Scotland
  • Fort William Accommodation Group Associations
4 Visit Scotland Fort William Accommodation Group Associations

Awards

  • Visit ScotlandWalkers Welcome Walkers Welcome 2015

What's Nearby

Please note that the distances stated below are approximate and are calculated as the crow flies. Therefore, we strongly recommend that you check your route before you travel.

Attractions nearby

  1. Crannog Cruises

    Crannog Cruises

    Boat Trip

    Enjoy this fantastic cruise under the slopes of Ben Nevis, Britains highest mountain onboard the historic vessel Souters Lass. The Skipper gives an entertaining and informative commentary as the boat...

    1.24 miles away
  2. Evening Cruises

    Evening Cruises

    Boat Trip


    During this Wild Lochaber Festival 2014 - enjoy an amazing evening cruise on Monday 19th, Wednesday 21st or Friday 23rd May 2014, departing the Town Pier at 7.30pm.

    Plus regular sailing during...

    1.24 miles away
  1. West Highland Museum

    West Highland Museum

    Museum

    The West Highland Museum’s collections tell the story of the region and its history. Its most renowned and unusual collection relates to Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobite cause. The museum...

    1.37 miles away
  2. Old Fort

    Old Fort

    Historic Site

    1.61 miles away
  3. Shinty

    Shinty

    Sports Ground

    The largest dedicated shinty park in Fort William, An Aird is located on the east back of Loch Linhe near to the town centre and next to the Nevis Centre. An Aird is also home to Fort William Shinty...

    1.85 miles away
  4. Bike Glen Nevis by road or forestry track

    Bike Glen Nevis by road or forestry track

    Waymarked Trail

    Location: Glen Nevis
    Starting Point: Braveheart Car park; Glen Nevis Visitors Centre, both Glen Nevis
    Trail Length: 15 miles / 25 kilometres
    Time Required: 2.5 - half day ride
    Route Type: Cross...

    1.99 miles away
  5. ©Lorne Gill/SNH

    Otters

    Animal Collection

    The otter's main habitat is along the sea shore and the banks of rivers, lakes and streams. They are territorial and their territories cover 1 - 3 km along the sea shore and 5 - 20 km along...

    2.07 miles away
  6. ©Alex Farquhar

    Highland Cow

    Animal Collection

    With its impressive horns and long, flowing coat of hair, the Highland Cow (or 'Coo') is a well known and much loved sight in the Outdoor Capital of the UK.

    2.21 miles away
  7. View from the bridge at the Glen Nevis Visitor Centre

    Glen Nevis Visitor Centre

    Visitor Attraction

    The Glen Nevis Visitor Centre is situated 1.5 miles along the Glen Nevis road from the Nevis bridge mini-roundabout. Here you will find information on walking and the local area. There are toilets...

    2.24 miles away
  8. Cow Hill Circuit

    Bike the Cow Hill Circuit

    Waymarked Trail

    Location: Fort William
    Starting Point: Braveheart Carpark, Glen Nevis Grid Re 122737
    Trail Length: 7.5miles, with lots of uphill!
    Time Required: 1-2 hours
    Route Type: Cross Country
    Family /...

    2.3 miles away
  9. Old Inverlochy Castle

    Old Inverlochy Castle

    Castle / Fort

    The ruins of this 13th-century castle near fort William is the site of two battles. Now in the care of Historic Scotland, the castle, although ruined, is unusual as it has remained unaltered since...

    2.78 miles away
  10. The Great Glen Canoe Trail

    The Great Glen Canoe Trail

    Waymarked Trail

    The Great Glen Canoe Trail is yet another example of what adventures await outdoor enthusiasts in the Outdoor Capital.

    It is an epic 60 mile (95km) journey crossing Scotland in 5 days and...

    2.82 miles away
  11. Highland Cow

    Highland Cow

    Animal Collection

    With its impressive horns and long, flowing coat of hair, the Highland Cow (or 'Coo') is a well known and much loved sight in the Outdoor Capital of the UK.

    3.17 miles away
  12. Bike Loch Oich Circular

    Bike Loch Oich Circular

    Waymarked Trail

    Location: Great Glen
    Starting Point: Neptunes Staircase, The Caledonian Canal, Banavie, Fort William.
    Trail Length: 91.5kms-52mls part 1 + part 2
    Time Required: 6-8 hrs part 1 + part 2
    Route Type:...

    3.34 miles away
  13. Neptune's Staircase

    Neptune's Staircase

    Historic Site

    The historic Neptune’s Staircase is a staircase lock on the Caledonian Canal at Banavie, just north of Loch Linhe. Designed by noted Scottish architect, canal and bridge builder Thomas Telford, the...

    3.39 miles away
  14. Banavie to Gairlochy along the Caledonian Canal

    Bike the Caledonian Canal, Banavie to Gairlochy

    Waymarked Trail

    Location: Fort William
    Starting Point: Neptune's Staircase Car Park, Banavie
    Trail Length: 15 miles
    Time Required: 2.5 - 3.5 hours depending on how easy you take it!
    Route Type: Family /...

    3.4 miles away
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Activities nearby

  1. Lochaber Yacht Club

    Lochaber Yacht Club

    Watersports Centre

    Sail on Loch Linnhe, just 15 minutes walk from the centre of Fort William. The club is an RYA Teaching establishment with lots of experience in teaching people to sail. Sail at any state of the tide...

    0.71 miles away
  2. Hunter Mountaineering

    Hunter Mountaineering

    Climbing & Mountaineering


    Welcome to Hunter Mountaineering   

    Guiding, Instruction and Coaching in all aspects of British Walking, Mountaineering and Climbing. This is the company for you, whether you want to be guided up...

    0.98 miles away
  1. Hunter Mountaineering - Walking up Ben Nevis in Winter

    Hunter Mountaineering - Walking up Ben Nevis in Winter

    Climbing & Mountaineering

    A guided walk up Ben Nevis from Glen Nevis using the mountain track.

    Ben Nevis is the highest Munro and mountain in the UK.

    This day is a guided day walk up the Mountain track (also known as the...

    0.98 miles away
  2. Hunter Mountaineering - Walking the Winter Munros

    Hunter Mountaineering - Walking the Winter Munros

    Climbing & Mountaineering

    These courses are designed to guide the winter walker over winter munros in the West Highlands, but also instruct on how to become a more independent, confident and safe winter walker. Munros in the...

    0.98 miles away
  3. Hunter Mountaineering - Winter Climbing

    Hunter Mountaineering - Winter Climbing

    Climbing & Mountaineering

    These courses are designed to take winter climbers onto more demanding winter climbs. The courses may include climbs typically of grades III and IV, and occasionally V (depending on the agreed course...

    0.98 miles away
  4. Hunter Mountaineering - Introduction to Winter Climbing

    Hunter Mountaineering - Introduction to Winter Climbing

    Climbing & Mountaineering

    These courses are designed to introduce a winter mountaineer to winter climbing. The courses may include climbs of grades II and III. The course may climb graded winter climbs such as:
    • Number 2...

    0.98 miles away
  5. Hunter Mountaineering - Winter Mountaineering

    Hunter Mountaineering - Winter Mountaineering

    Climbing & Mountaineering

    These courses are designed to take a winter walker and develop the skill set required to tackle more technical ground (for example – steeper) on ascent and descent – grade I and up to grade II. The...

    0.98 miles away
  6. Hunter Mountaineering - Private Guiding

    Hunter Mountaineering - Private Guiding

    Outdoor Activity/Pursuit Centre

    Private Guiding / Bespoke Courses

    The most popular choice. This is the opportunity to design your own course or detail your own objectives – with guidance. You won’t have to worry about a ‘course...

    0.98 miles away
  7. Hunter Mountaineering - Winter Skills and Safety

    Hunter Mountaineering - Winter Skills and Safety

    Climbing & Mountaineering

    These courses are designed to cover the main basic skills needed for any winter walker to be safe in the British Mountains in winter conditions.

    Topics covered could include:
    • Selection of...

    0.98 miles away
  8. Atlas Mountaineering

    Atlas Mountaineering

    Climbing & Mountaineering


    Here at Atlas Mountaineering we are dedicated to bringing you the highest possible quality service, assuring that you get the most out of your trip, whether you want to try rock climbing for the...

    1.08 miles away
  9. Mountaineering with Atlas Mountaineering

    Mountaineering with Atlas Mountaineering

    Climbing & Mountaineering

    Based in the Outdoor Capital of the U.K. everything is on our doorstep, beautiful views, clean air and true wilderness.

    Follow in the Footsteps of Braveheart for a classic mountaineering day on the...

    1.08 miles away
  10. Climbing with Atlas Mountaineering

    Climbing with Atlas Mountaineering

    Climbing & Mountaineering

    Based in Fort William the Outdoor Capital of the U.K. there is a large amount of climbing to be had in the surrounding area. Having been based in the area for a number of years all of our leaders...

    1.08 miles away
  11. Atlas Logo

    Walking with Atlas Mounatineering

    Walking Tour

    Here at Atlas Mountaineering we are dedicated to bringing you the highest possible quality service, assuring that you get the most out of your trip, whether you want to try rock climbing for the...

    1.08 miles away
  12. Mountain Biking with Atlas Mounatineering

    Mountain Biking with Atlas Mounatineering

    Mountain Biking

    Based in the Outdoor Capital of the U.K. you can experience some of the Best single track trails in the UK with our fully qualified Guides.

    Learn something new about your self and ride where few...

    1.09 miles away
  13. Crannog Cruises

    Crannog Cruises

    Boat Trip

    Enjoy this fantastic cruise under the slopes of Ben Nevis, Britains highest mountain onboard the historic vessel Souters Lass. The Skipper gives an entertaining and informative commentary as the boat...

    1.24 miles away
  14. Mountaineering with Craig Dubh

    Mountaineering with Craig Dubh

    Sport/Leisure Centre

    1.53 miles away
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Food & Drink nearby

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    Restaurant

    The food philosophy at the Lime Tree is that dishes are made here from fresh, seasonal, locally sourced raw ingredients, then made into something special by our skilled innovative Chef team

    'The...

    1.11 miles away
  2. West End Hotel

    West End Hotel

    Restaurant

    1.14 miles away
  1. Sugar and Spice

    Sugar and Spice

    Café

    1.2 miles away
  2. Spice Tandoori

    Spice Tandoori

    Restaurant

    1.2 miles away
  3. Highland Star

    Highland Star

    Restaurant

    1.2 miles away
  4. The Grog & Gruel Restaurant

    The Grog & Gruel Restaurant

    Restaurant

    Popular pub and restaurant located half way along Fort William's pedestrianised High Street. Specialists in cask conditioned ales with a large selection of malt whiskies, and a very relaxed and...

    1.23 miles away
  5. Town Pier, Crannog Restaurant

    Crannog Restaurant

    Restaurant


    Situated in the heart of Fort William,  Crannog is a seafood restaurant like no other – in a quiet loch-side location on the Town Pier, the distinctive red roofs have been synonymous with fantastic...

    1.24 miles away
  6. Grog and Gruel Gantry

    The Grog and Gruel Bar

    Pub/Inn

    Conveniently located half way along Fort William's pedestrianised High Street, The Grog & Gruel is a Traditional Alehouse and Restaurant with a warm and friendly atmosphere and a character all of its...

    1.24 miles away
  7. Pier Head

    Pier Head

    Take Away

    1.24 miles away
  8. The Great Glen - J.D. Wetherspoon

    The Great Glen - J.D. Wetherspoon

    Bar

    1.25 miles away
  9. Ben Nevis Restaurant

    Ben Nevis Restaurant

    Restaurant

    1.29 miles away
  10. Hot Roast Co.

    Hot Roast Co.

    Café

    1.29 miles away
  11. The Indian Garden

    The Indian Garden

    Restaurant

    1.29 miles away
  12. Cafe 115

    Cafe 115

    Café

    1.29 miles away
  13. The Tavern

    The Tavern

    Restaurant

    1.33 miles away
  14. No. 4 Restaurant

    No. 4 Restaurant

    Restaurant

    1.35 miles away
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