Fort William & the Highlands really can be the Scotland of your imagination. Mountains, lochs, culture, history, architecture and amazing scenery.
The A82 leaves Fort William heading north, passing the turn off to The Road to The Isles and then the Ben Nevis Distillery. A short distance further, Ben Nevis is visible to the right and shortly afterwards the road to Camisky and Highwinds.
We are 4 miles in total from Fort William beside a quiet road with lovely views over farmland and towards the mountains.
Please be careful when driving north, not to turn right at the sign to Torlundy, the turn to Highwinds is 200 metres further on the left signposted Camisky. When arriving from the North, the turn off to Camisky is 1.5 miles past the Nevis Range junction. Look for the road signs that alert you to a junction and the Torlundy sign. The Camisky sign is on the corner and you will turn right.
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The area of Fort William and Lochaber is not only famous for Ben Nevis and magnificent scenery but now also as the Outdoor Capital and of course for the ‘Harry Potter’ train (advance booking is advised).
See more on www.magicscotland.com.
Nevis Range and the Mountain Gondola are a short distance from us and the Jacobite steam train leaves Fort William every day during the summer months. We are also situated in an ideal area for walking and cycling directly from Highwinds Bed and Breakfast.
We are far enough from the main A82 to be peaceful and close enough to be convenient.