Searching for the ideal location for a romantic getaway, a base from which to explore the beautiful Scottish Highlands, or just to unwind in a very special location? Morvich is a substantial bungalow with unrestricted views across Loch Linnhe to the Ardgour Hills and it is a leisurely fifteen minute walk along the loch from Fort William's shops and restaurants.
Morvich is an informal family run B&B that offers the highest standards of personal service and hospitality. Our aim is to make your stay in the Highlands a memorable one. Morvich provides bright modern bedrooms, top quality deep mattress beds and delicious breakfasts served in our relaxing dining room. We are Visit Scotland 4 star rated.
Free WiFi, off-street parking. Breakfasts are cooked to order, and include a full cooked breakfast, or a choice of lighter options.
Minimum age 18 years.
Some things you can do while staying at Morvich;
Enjoy an afternoon on one of our white sandy beaches, if you have enjoyed the movie Local Hero you will know just how good our beaches can be.
Take a trip on The Jacobite steam train to Mallaig and back. Travel through superb scenery and cross the Glenfinnan Viaduct. Harry Potter fans will know all about this.
Walk up Ben Nevis or one of many other mountains. We have plenty of gentle walks too; after all not everyone wants to bag a Munro before breakfast.
Enjoy a tour around one of three local distilleries. We especially recommend Oban Distillery which is set among the shops right in the centre of Oban.
Board Souterís Lass at Town Pier next to Crannog Restaurant for a wonderful cruise down Loch Linnhe and take in the breath-taking scenery of Lochaber. Evening service during the summer.
Take a ride on the UKís only Mountain Gondola from Nevis Range up onto Aonach Mor for extended views across Lochaberís wonderful mountain scenery.
Take a drive south through beautiful scenery to fabulous Glencoe.
Visit Glenfinnan and its Monument; where Bonnie Prince Charlie arrived and departed back in 1745. Glenfinnan Viaduct runs behind and provides excellent opportunities to capture photos of the Jacobite steam train crossing the viaduct.
Go and look for Nessie at nearby Loch Ness and Urquhart Castle.
Take a day trip to Kyle of Lochalsh and The Isle of Skye. Take in Eilean Donan Castle. Make a short detour to pretty Plockton where Hamish Macbeth was filmed.
Enjoy an evening meal at one of our top quality seafood restaurants, and then enjoy a great night of Scottish folk music at our local .
Jacobite Steam Railway
Silver Sands of Morar
Fort William & Lochaber
At the southern end of the Great Glen, this area's main town is Fort William, a major and well-resourced touring and route centre for the West Highlands. The area also takes in the Highland landscapes between Loch Linnhe, the major sea-loch at the south of the Great Glen, and the western seaboard itself. These include the lands of Ardnamurchan, Ardgour, Morvern and Moidart - rugged landscapes notable for their soft and mild Atlantic climate, and - in places - their lush growth of mossy, fern-rich woodlands.
The A830 (the 'Road to the Isles') cuts through the area on its way west to the ferry-port of Mallaig, also reached from Fort William by rail - a route sometimes described as one of the world's most scenic train journeys. From Mallaig (and Arisaig), there are ferry connections to the Small Isles - classic hideaway destinations. Around Fort William itself, notable features include the southern end of the Caledonian Canal, with its cruising and activity options; also Ben Nevis, Britain's highest mountain. There are outdoor activities in plenty here, including walking and climbing, cycling and mountain biking, riding and trekking, golf, angling and a range of water-sports
The Lochaber area simply includes some of Scotland's finest mountain scenery - easily seen, for example, from the road through Glencoe, not only a scene of Highland grandeur but also the setting for the infamous Massacre of Glencoe, a tragic event in Scotland's clan story.
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This page was last updated: 14 March 2016