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Mayfield Bed and Breakfast is located 3.5 miles North of Fort William on the A82 towards Inverness, close to the Nevis Range ski, cycle and outdoor activity centre. Happy Valley, Torlundy is a quiet cul-de-sac with several attractive detached properties surrounding a spacious central green and as there is no through traffic this is a very safe area for families with children.

Mayfield has two letting rooms; a king-size double bedroom with en-suite shower room and also a double room with its own separate shower room (across the hall). Both rooms have free wifi, TV, tea & coffee.  The house has full double glazing and central heating. There is plenty of safe off-road parking space.  Cycles and motorcycles are welcome and there is a secure garage to store bikes etc. Sorry but we cannot accommodate guests travelling with pets.

Mayfield B&B at Torlundy is an ideal base for many outdoor pursuits such as hill walking, climbing, skiing and biking etc. as well as more leisurely strolls or days out exploring the scenery further afield by cycle, car or motorbike. Several major rivers are within a few miles, offering excellent fishing and kayaking.

If you're cycling, Torlundy is on the cycle path connecting Fort William and Nevis Range and we're only a mile from parts of the Witch's Trails while the Nevis Range Red Route and World Cup Downhill mountain bike courses are a mile further.  In the winter Nevis Range becomes one of Scotland's leading ski centres, Mayfield bed and breakfast is one of the closest B&B's to the mountain gondola chairlift - three miles by car and closer if you prefer to ride there by forest trail.

For anyone wanting time off from driving, Lochaber offers a number of interesting boat trips, taxi tours and the Jacobite steam train made famous in the Harry Potter movies. This live-steam line runs through the dramatic west coast scenery from Fort William and across the famous viaduct at Glenfinnan to Mallaig.