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B and Bs in Kinlochleven

Tigh Na Cheo Guest House
Garbhein Road

PH50 4SE | View map

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Tigh Na Cheo is a 4 Star Visit Scotland rated Guest house. The Guest house has 9 bedrooms all en-suite, guest Lounge with open fire and large dinning room with views of the surrounding Mamore Hills. The Guest lounge offers Sky tv as well as a range of information on the surrounding area, there is Free wi fi connection and free use of a desk top computer. A Drying room is provided as well as a store for your bikes and outside gear.

Kinlochleven is a quiet secluded village lying at the head of Loch leven a few miles from Glencoe. It offers a wide range of activities such as the largest Indoor ice climbing wall and those wishing to take to the hills will find there are 7 munros accessed from the village as well as Aonach Eagach, Britains highest long level ridge. Fishing and canoeing is also popular with the river leven running throught the centre of the village. Tigh na cheo is also an excellent base for exploring the west coast and islands and is a recognised stop on the West Highland Way, Scotlands first long distance walk.

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