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Holly Tree Hotel and Leisure Centre

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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 atmosphere, The Holly Tree is a haven for quiet relaxation and enjoyment.
Created from a railway station at the turn of the century in the Glasgow Art Nouveau style the hotel has been carefully enlarged in a very comfortable but relaxed manner whilst retaining many features of the original building.
The grounds extend for a mile along the shore and include a private pier and slipway.
Having twenty bedrooms, The Holly Tree is a small family run hotel where personal attention and the comfort of our guests is our first priority.
Kentallen is a small loch-side village between Oban and Fort William and is the ideal base for touring the Western Highlands and Islands of Scotland.
We also serve food all day in our Captains lounge
Loch Linnhe is a sea loch forming part of the great geological divide in the Highlands running from Oban to Inverness. It is the perfect location for a stay to remember.


Ratings/Awards: STB 3 Star
Green Tourism Bronze Award
Number of Rooms: 20
Number Ensuite: 20
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