Mayfield Bed and Breakfast

A Bed and Breakfast in Fort William

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Lynda who works for the NHS owns and runs Mayfield which is a pet free family bungalow with mature gardens and plenty free off road parking. Free WI-FI and secure storage for bikes. You can enjoy a continental breakfast in your rooms while taking in the breath taking views of the north face of Britain's highest mountain Ben Nevis.

Mayfield is an ideal base for many outdoor pursuits such as hill walking, climbing, skiing and biking etc. as well as more leisurely strolls or days out exploring the scenery further afield by cycle, car or motorbike. Several major rivers are within a few miles, offering excellent fishing and kayaking.

If you're cycling, Torlundy is on the cycle path connecting Fort William and Nevis Range and we're only a mile from parts of the Witch's Trails while the Nevis Range Red Route and World Cup Downhill mountain bike courses are a mile further. In the winter Nevis Range becomes one of Scotland's leading ski centres, Mayfield bed and breakfast is one of the closest B&B's to the mountain gondola chairlift - three miles by car and closer if you prefer to ride there by forest trail.

Mayfield Bed and Breakfast

Guest Facilities

  • 2 x Double
  • Check-in between: 16:00h and 20:00h.
Happy Valley
Fort William
PH33 6SN
T 01397 701570
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The Rooms

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    Double bedroom
    Type: Double
    Capacity: 2 adults
    Bathroom: Private Shower
    In Room: A double bedroom with separate private shower room across the hall.
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    King Bedroom
    Type: Double
    Capacity: 2 adults
    Bathroom: Ensuite Shower
    In Room: TV, Phone, Kettle, Wifi, Non Smoking, Fridge, Hairdryer. Double room with king size bed and en-suite shower room

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The Private House Stay's Guide

Fort William

Fort William and the surrounding Lochaber area is the gateway to the real highlands of Scotland, served by an overnight sleeper service to London. The town itself is dominated by Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in Scotland which is a worthwhile expedition to climb on good paths. The town also marks the South-western entrance to the Caledonian canal that leads through Loch Ness to Inverness. There are many sporting estates around the area with fabulous hill-walking and other outdoor pursuits, the steam-train Jacobite 'Harry Potter' railway to Mallaig and the North end of the West Highland Way.