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Loch Leven Hotel
Old Ferry Road
Onich
Highlands

PH33 6SA | View map
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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 runs into the Loch Linnhe that in turn flows between Oban and Fort William with access to the Caledonian Canal and Inverness.

Its Loch View Restaurant has established an excellent reputation for quality and value with an ever changing menu.

The traditional public bar with its log fire and the lounge bar serve a wide selection of draught and bottled beers. There are wines at affordable prices and at least 75 Malts to choose from.

Children of all ages are welcome in the family room and games room. Children aged between 5 and 12 half price, below 5 free. For stays of 3 nights and over 10% discount, for stays of 6 nights and over 15% discount. Pets welcome, no charge.

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Number of Rooms: 12
Number Ensuite: 12

Price per Person

Price Includes: Breakfast
Double: 35 - 135
Twin: 35 - 110
Single: 35 - 60
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Open All Year
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