Your Hotel

Situated on the shores of Loch Linnhe, three miles from the centre of Fort William with spectacular views across the loch from all of the public rooms and most of the bedrooms, the Croit Anna Hotel offers a comfortable base in which to relax. Don’t forget to upgrade to a room with a loch view to take in the spectacular scenery that Fort William has to offer.

For our self drive holiday makers, free hotel car parking is available to use and other fantastic nearby destinations to explore.

  • We have 95 bedrooms, some of which have beautiful loch views where you can sit by the window and enjoy the fantastic views of Loch Linnhe and Ardgour mountains 
  • All rooms have tea/coffee making facilities, hair dryer and Freeview TV with radio channels
  • All rooms have a telephone for internal communication
  • Ironing facilities are available from reception
  • Upgrade your room today to enjoy a spectacular loch view from the comfort of your own room
Dining and Entertainment
Dining and Entertainment
  • Our restaurant has magnificent loch views 
  • Breakfast: Freshly cooked full Scottish Breakfast served at your table.  Take your pick from freshly cooked bacon, sausages, fluffy hash browns, eggs cooked just the way you like them and more. We also offer continental options, with fruit, cereals and yoghurt.
  • Dinner: Three course freshly cooked menu with vegetarian and vegan options served at your table, featuring many Scottish Classics and with tea and coffee to finish.
  • On arrival, you will be allocated a reserved time for the duration of your stay. If you wish to vary this time, please speak with your Restaurant team. Restaurant times may vary on departure and arrival days – full details available from Reception.
  • Special Diets: We can cater for most dietary requirements, please advise us when you book so we can ensure we can meet your needs.

Jacobite Monument in Glenfinnan Scottish Highlands View over Glenfinnan Valley Jacobite Steam Train travelling from Fort William to Mallaig
Your Resort
Your Resort

Fort William is the largest town and the principal tourist centre in the western Highlands. It is ideally situated at the southern end of the Great Glen, on the shores of Loch Linnhe nestling in the foothills of Ben Nevis, Britain’s highest mountain.

The resort is surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery in Britain. Deep, crystal clear lochs reflect the towering mountains whilst amongst the rugged Highlands there are peaceful, secluded glens and rich fertile valleys.

The lochs provide a host of watersports whilst there are challenging golf courses, sporting trails and of course, exciting Highland games for which Scotland is justifiably famous. For those who do not feel quite up to scaling Ben Nevis on foot, nearby Aonach Mor, a winter ski-resort, offers Britain’s only alpine cable car, rising over 2,000 feet to the Snowgoose restaurant, from where there are spectacular views of the Great Glen.

In Fort William itself there is a wide range of fine shops, award-winning restaurants, essential services and recreational facilities. From the resort, there are numerous sites of cultural and historic interest to visit, including Aonach Eagach, the setting for the blockbuster film 'Braveheart' and some of the scenes from 'Harry Potter' were filmed against the backdrop of Glen Nevis.

This region also boasts a number of castles, monuments and battlefields which detail the clan in-fighting and the Jacobean Rebellion of the past. To the west there are numerous fascinating headlands and islands, including the Isle of Skye, with its outstanding wildlife.

Whether you are looking for astounding beauty, historical myths and legends or simply a haven of tranquillity, Fort William and its surroundings offers all this and much more.


The long narrow expanse of water on which Fort William sits is Loch Linnhe, which extends from Loch Eil at its northern end, to the sea at the Sound of Mull and Firth of Lorne. Loch Linnhe is remarkably picturesque, attracting photographers from all corners of the world. Boat trips are offered on the loch, for general sightseeing or more specialist pursuits such as fishing and seal spotting. A small island near the south-eastern shore of the lake is host to Castle Stalker, the setting for Monty Python & The Holy Grail.


Fort William is a busy market town. It boasts a fine array of shops and an interesting selection of bars and restaurants catering for most tastes. At its centre, Cameron Square is the focus of entertainment and is the venue for many live concerts. The Nevis Centre hosts shows and also has a ten pin bowling alley. 

Jacobite Monument in Glenfinnan Scottish Highlands View over Glenfinnan Valley Jacobite Steam Train travelling from Fort William to Mallaig

Where to find us

Croit Anna Hotel 

Achintore Road, Fort William, PH33 6RR


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