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Tel code: 01855 | code search
Postcode: PH49 | code search
Population: 610
Council: Argyll and Bute
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Kings House Hotel
"Yes its been sometime since my last visit,what a place i loved it chap called Nicholson owned it at the time,also ill always remember the crzy chef,but dam he could ..." More

Kings House Hotel
"My wife and I dropped into the hotel on our way up to Glencoe for a coffee. The lady on the desk could'nt have been more friendly or helpful. She directed ..." More

Kings House Hotel
"I have never stayed at the Kings House hotel, but while planning a trip of the WHW I have read many reviews. I am planning to walk the West Highland Way ..." More

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Ballachulish is a village in Lochaber in the western Highlands of Scotland, at the mouth of Loch Leven, surrounded by magnificent mountains, situated 1 mile west of Glencoe and 15 miles from Fort William. Ballinchulish translated from Gaelic means village of the narrows, this settlement lies on the shore of Loch Leven where it narrows and is split into North Ballachulish and South Ballachulish and another settlement to the west closer to Glencoe. The area is a popular holiday destination for walkers, climbers, skiers, sight-seers, nature-watchers and for sea-fishing and angling. The village has various shops and amenities, a Village Hall and a Visitor Centre, with gift shop, café, Heritage Trail and exhibition. There are many pubs, inns, restaurants, hotels and holiday accommodation in and around Ballinchulish. Ballachulish Bridge is a steel truss bridge built in 1975 when the ferry closed, nearby is the 9-hole golf course, and access to the West Highland Way. Further south attractions include Loch Linnhe, Kinlochliach Gardens, the 16th century Barcaldine Castle and the Scottish Sea-life Centre. Nearby Glencoe is famous as the location of the Glencoe Massacre in1692, the Glencoe Visitor Centre details the fate of the Macdonald Clan and the North Lorn Folk Museum explains about Highland life.


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Isles of Glencoe Hotel & Leisure Centre (0.27 miles)

Isles of Glencoe Hotel & Leisure Centre

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On a peninsula reaching out into Loch Leven, this peaceful retreat has breathtaking views across calm waters to the impressive mountains of the West Highlands. In a stunning Highland setting, The Isles ... More

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Fern Villa Guest House (0.29 miles)

Fern Villa Guest House

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Fern Villa is a small family run Guest House offering Bed and Breakfast accommodation in the village of Ballachulish, just over a mile from the spectacular Pass of Glencoe and ... More

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Glencoe Hotel (1.18 miles)

Glencoe Hotel

Situated in the heart of some of Scotland's most stunning scenery, the Glencoe Hotel is the perfect base from which to explore the historic area. For those seeking a more active holiday glencoe offers ski-ing, snowboarding ... More | visit website

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Loch Leven Hotel (1.67 miles)

Loch Leven Hotel
The Loch Leven Hotel with its cosy, informal atmosphere is owner run and lies on the Loch Leven beside the Ballachulish Bridge just off the A82. The Loch Leven is a sea loch that ... More | visit website
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Ballachulish Hotel (1.94 miles)

Ballachulish Hotel

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Scottish tradition is alive in this fine Baronial hotel. Throughout the centuries this was amongst the best known Inns in the land. Chieftains, Clansmen, Adventurers - all men met at the ... More | visit website

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Onich Hotel (3.21 miles)

Onich Hotel

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All our bedrooms are individually decorated and tastefully furnished to a high standard. Many of our rooms enjoy panoramic views through the gardens over to Loch Linnhe and beyond.
Inside you'll find ... More

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Inchree Chalets (4.52 miles)

Inchree Chalets

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Inchree Chalets is a family-run holiday centre offering self-catering chalets at good-value rates. We are situated in a scenically magnificent part of the Scottish Western Highlands, midway between the Ben ... More

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Inn at Ardgour (5.23 miles)

Inn at Ardgour
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The Scottish Highlands highest rated inn. Traditional family run, Best Inn in Britain award winner with mountain-framed lochside views.

For centuries, travellers have enjoyed the famous West Highland Welcome at ... More
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Holly Tree Hotel and Leisure Centre (5.28 miles)

Holly Tree Hotel and Leisure Centre
The Holly Tree Hotel is stunningly situated on the shores of Loch Linnhe. All bedrooms and public rooms enjoy spectacular views over the water to the mountains of Morvern and beyond.
Widely known for its friendly ... More | visit website
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Mingulay House (5.47 miles)

Mingulay House

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Mingulay House is a charming and spacious modern home that enjoys a quiet secluded location where your hosts, Dan & Jane White, offer the warmest of welcomes, exceptional accommodation, fantastic ... More

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