Scottish Cottages
Beautiful Landscape


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Since opening our doors in 1970's we are proud to be one of the first self-catering  holiday homes in Fort William. We promise to provide you with the best hospitality to make our cottages your home away from home. We are situated in the heart of Caledonian Canal and Ben Nevis where the perfect comfort and tranquillity meet. If you would like to know more about us, check out the website.



Named after famous Loch Arkaig and Glen Mallie, our parents' favourite places for fishing and camping




Make your own breakfast with our free-range Rowanlea eggs  (special deals for our guests) 

Bus Stop 

2 minute walk to a bus stop. Buses come every 20-30 minutes

Garden with Ben Nevis view

We are well situated at the foot of Ben Nevis, where our parents built their chalet and made their perfect garden


5 minute walk to a grocery store  

Car Parking

On-site parking for 10 cars


Walking distance 



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Walk along Caledonian Canal 


Our favourite place to have a wee picnic and bring some bread to feed wild ducks. Be aware of seagulls! 

Climb Ben Nevis
Best foot forward! Our owner did the Ben race and knew our Big Ben very well so he will give you all information that you can digest. 
 Glen Nevis  


If  you believe in superstition, the ancient rock is there for you to make a wish before you walk to still falls Harry Potter was filmed. Or what about challenging yourself  and crossing a rope bridge? Bring clothes and towel in case you might fall. Fingers Crossed!  

Leisure Activities at Nevis Range

A trip to Nevis Range is a great fun for all ages. Board gondola, the first UK mountain cable, book a ski lesson, fancy watching mountain bike World Cup (first weekend of June) , or grab food at snow goose cafe and take a short walk to the view points of Anach Moor. 


Silver Sands of Morar with beautiful sandy beaches which pepper the coastline from Arisaig to Morar. Bring a BBQ, drinks and a wee tent if you fancy a tea there.


Harry Potter fans would not miss it for the world. But for others, challenge yourself to climb the steep stairs to the top of the tower and see the breathtaking view. Worth to go to Glenfinnan train station where  an old train's wagon transformed to be a wee cafe, where food is served everyday until 4 p.m.