If you’re looking for a quaint hotel in Fort William, look no further than Myrtle Bank Guest House.
Nearby landmarks such as Lime Tree An Ealdhain Gallery (0.2 mi) and Seated Sculpture (0.3 mi) make Myrtle Bank Guest House a great place to stay when visiting Fort William.
Myrtle Bank Guest House is a quaint hotel offering a flat screen TV in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
Plus, guests can enjoy free breakfast, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Fort William. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the cafes, including The Wildcat, Deli Craft, and Morrisons Supermarket Cafe, all of which are a short distance from Myrtle Bank Guest House Hotel.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular waterfalls such as Steall Waterfall.
The staff at Myrtle Bank Guest House looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Great location just outside of town but with easy walking distance to the train station, plenty of free parking at rear of hotel. Large clean rooms with all of the usually facilities. Very friendly and efficient staff. Very good Scottish breakfast with best baked tomato’s Recommended
This a fantastic guest house ! as my wife and myself have been to this place every time we visit FW , Dora heads a team of hard working staff who ensure your rooms are kept in immaculate condition !, This place is more like a hotel than a guest house ! we were in a party of 6 of which 2 of the guest came from England and they thought the place was excellent , we had a two night break in the Myrtle bank but we wished it had been longer, We had the Jacobite train ride booked but luck had it ,the day was very wet but Dora was on hand to offerus umbrellas and also booked out taxi,s when required !! hopefully we will return in the near future !! Peter G
We were a party of 4 celebrating my brother-in-law's birthday. The rooms were spotless with beautiful views across the loch. Only a short walk into the town centre. Nothing was too much trouble for Dora and her staff. Dora was extremely helpful and made us feel very welcome. Would highly recommend and look forward to returning.
This B&B was recommended to us so our expectations were high. It’s nice, easy to find, not far from the centre of Fort William. The rooms are comfortable and spacious. The breakfast though let it down, scrambled eggs that seemed to be made in the microwave yuck! They were very rubbery! When we made our order for breakfast we asked for full Scottish. My husband was hoping for fried egg and hash browns with his and I was hoping for scrambled egg and hash browns with mine and that’s exactly what we got minus the other parts of a traditional full breakfast ie. bacon, sausage tomato! When we were being directed to our room the member of staff directing us was asked by another resident if he required to wear his face mask indoors. She advised him that as she had been vaccinated she was comfortable with the fact that he didn’t wear a mask. She appeared to take no cognisance of the impact or concerns that non mask wearing may have on other guests. This is before considering the current legislation in this regard. When we were checking out we did not get asked to comment on our stay or anything else, this would have been the perfect opportunity to raise our concerns about the breakfast issue and COVID compliance.…
Years ago we stayed at this place and loved it so after booking a jacobite train trip this was my go to b&b. When I rang several months ago I asked if they had any superking beds as we are both very tall. She said she had so booked two nights. After asking for confirmation email I saw the room was described as a master superking and at £120pn it was a higher price than the website suggested the rooms were . We thought that it must be quite a luxurious room so accepted it. I was told that the room was next to reception but I wasn’t put off by that as we would be out a lot. Dora omitted to tell me about the bathroom !!! First impression was good. Not a bad size room classically furnished with a very large comfortable bed and lovely view. You had to walk through an adjoining single bedroom to get to the shower room. Omg the shower room was so small there was not enough wall space for even the smallest heated towel rail and so it was very cold. There wasn’t enough space to dry and dress in this bathroom so had to do that in the bedroom. We realised we were not paying for any kind of luxury but for a second room and an extra bed we never wanted or used To get to the breakfast room you had to go outside and into the adjoining building where there was also a nicely furnished guest lounge. The first morning we were lucky as it wasn’t full at breakfast. The second morning we saw that some of the tables were very close and I felt very uncomfortable given Covid . The breakfast was very nice and served by a very polite but busy young man. This guest house is actually three buildings but the third one has its own breakfast room. We stayed at three b&b s this trip but this one was a disappointment .…