Ben Nevis Inn (Achintee): http://www.ben-nevis-inn.co.uk is the ideal place to eat after being out on the hills all day. It is situated at the start of the track up Ben Nevis in a beautiful spot in Glen Nevis, a few miles outside of town.
Grog and Gruel : http://www.grogandgruel.co.uk is a real ale pub in the centre of town and is also a great place to eat after being out on the hills.
Crannog: http://www.crannog.net is a great seafood restaurant ideally situated on the old station pier on Loch Linnhe. Early booking is recommended.
Lime Tree: http://www.limetreefortwilliam.co.uk along with the Crannog this is one of the best restaurants in town. Early booking is also recommended.
There are many other restaurants and pubs in Fort William of a very high standard.
Ben Nevis Distillery: http://www.bennevisdistillery.com
Neptune's Staircase: http://www.outdoorcapital.co.uk/see-and-do/neptunes-staircase-p172871
Crannog Cruises: http://www.crannog.net
West Highland Museum: http://www.westhighlandmuseum.org.uk
Treasures of the Earth: http://treasuresoftheearth.co.uk
Steam Train (The Jacobite): http://www.westcoastrailways.co.uk/jacobite/jacobite-steam-train-details.cfm
There are many other attractions around Fort William which is known as the "Outdoor Capital of the UK". We are only a few miles from Glencoe, Kinlochleven, Glenfinnan, sands of Morar and not too far from Isle of Skye and the Small Isles.