Browns restaurant at Nevis Bank (nearest to our guest house) 01397 705721
Ben Nevis Inn 01397 701227 (located at the botton of Ben Nevis)
Geographer 01397 705011
The stables Grill 01397 700730
The Cinema 01397 609696
Spice Tandoori 01397 705192
The Black Isle 01397 700876
Highland soap shop 01397 709186 (great coffee & cake)
The Silly Goose 01397 604322
Crannog/Garrison west (sea food) 01397 701873
The Brevins is a superb base for a variety of activities in and around Fort William and the Highlands of Scotland.
Activities to enjoy in this beautiful and unique region of Scotland include fishing, golfing, skiing, walking, hill climbing, touring, Highland gatherings and much more.
There's so much to see and do, we hardly know where to start!
Please select your choice from the menu on the right.
June UCI Mountain Bike World Cup at Fort William
June Road to the Isles Agricultural Show, near Arisaig
July Highland Games at Invergarry
August Highland Games for Mallaig & Morar
August Highland Games at Glenfinnan
August Lochaber Agricultural Show, Torlundy
August Highland Warrior Triathlon
September Ben Nevis Race
Take the Road to the Isles along a spectacular coastline to see the Silver Sands of Morar and the Small Isles.
Visit historic Glenfinnan to see the famous viaduct and railway station, take a boat trip on the loch, or explore the Jacobite monument and museum.
Drive off the beaten track into Moidart and discover the ruins of ancient Castle Tioram.
Head eastwards to Loch Ness, Inverness and Culloden Battlefield
Visit picturesque Eilean Donan Castle on the way to the Isle of Skye.
Explore the magnificent scenery of haunting Glencoe and Rannoch Moor.
Travel down the coast past Castle Stalker to Oban and the ferry to the Isle of Mull.
Go inland to Loch Laggan and Monarch of the Glen country.
Take a trip on the Jacobite steam train from Fort William to Mallaig., along the route used by the Hogwarts Express.
Ben Nevis, tends to grab popular attention as the highest mountain in Britain and Ireland. But it’s worth aiming lower, to appreciate the scenery and wildlife in Glen Nevis, to the south-west of the mountain.
Go to the visitor centre (IonadNibheisfacilities) then take a gentle hike beside the River Nevis from the edge of town. Or if you’re game for a round-trip of several hours, go on to the upper glen. Here, Waterfall the fine Steall cascades into the river gorge beside old Scots pines, birch, rowan and holly trees.
Scotland is known as the home of golf and the Highlands have a wide variety of excellent courses.
Fort William Golf Club - 18 holes, 6217 yards. Nestled between the mountains and the sea, at the base of Ben<br/ > Traigh Golf Course - 9 holes, 4912 yards. Stunning coastal setting near Arisaig on the Road to the Isles.
Spean Bridge Golf Course - 9 holes, 4542 yards. Views of the Ben Nevis mountain range and Commando Memorial.
Dragons Tooth Golf Course - 9 holes, 5038 yards. Over-shadowed by two majestic munros - Sgorr Dhearg and Sgorr Domhnuill
Fort Augustus Golf Club - 18 holes, 5100 yards. Near Loch Ness and the Caledonian Canal.
The Nevis Centre : http://www.neviscentre.co.uk
Lochaber Leisure Centre : http://highlifehighland.com/leisure-facilities/lochaber-leisure-centre
West Highland Museum: http://www.westhighlandmuseum.org.uk
Inverlochy Castle: http://www.inverlochycastle.co.uk
Crannog Cruises: http://www.crannog.net/cruises
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