Set in mature gardens with mountain views, Mansefield Guest House specialises in providing comfort, relaxation and seriously good food! We offer 6 comfortable bedrooms (double, twin, single, family) each with TV, hospitality tray and complimentary toiletries.
Breakfast is served in the dining room overlooking the garden. Evenings meals are also available (two or three courses). The Victorian style lounge has a log fire for those colder nights we sometimes have here in the Scottish Highlands!
We offer 6 comfortable bedrooms with a country style decor and Laura Ashley furnishings:
2 Family (1 double bed, 1 single bed) with ensuite shower
2 Double with ensuite shower (1 room on ground floor)
1 Twin with ensuite bath/shower
1 Single with ensuite
(The family rooms can be let as doubles or twins)
All the bedrooms have:
remote controlled colour TV
individually controlled heating
hospitality tray (offering tea, coffee, biscuits)
Blankets are available if preferred to duvets
Guests are welcome to relax in the Sitting Room overlooking the garden. The Victorian style of the room is emphasised by the log fire, making for a cosy atmosphere during those colder nights we sometimes have here in Scotland! There are many books and magazines to read, in addition to lots of tourist information to help you plan your next day's sightseeing excursions.
Fort William is the start of the Road to the Isles and the capital of Lochaber. This part of Scotland has some of the most majestic scenery in the country. Its deep lochs, dramatic mountains and beautiful glens have been seen around the world in movies such as Rob Roy, Braveheart and Harry Potter.
Mansefield House is situated in the quiet suburb of Corpach, just 4 miles outside of Fort William. We are only 5 minutes walk from the start of the Caledonian Canal, Great Glen Cycle Route and Corpach railway station (where trains operate to Mallaig on the famous and scenic West Highland Line).
Corpach sits on the northern shore of Loch Linnhe, in the shadow of Ben Nevis (Britain's highest mountain at 4406 feet). The village name comes from the Gaelic meaning 'place of the bodies' as ancient funeral parties rested here when taking the bodies of kings and princes for burial on the Isle of Iona.
Fort William is easily accessible by car or public transport. It is approximately 2.5 - 3 hours drive from Glasgow and 1.5 - 2 hours from Inverness.
Rates : From £24 to £32 per person per night.
Children over 12 years old only.
No smoking. Sorry, no pets.
4 Star AA & STB, Warmest Welcome Host Award.
Dinner is available.
Off street parking.