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We have stayed here a good few times in the past, we stayed here last week while doing the WHW, it was easily the worst place we stayed, the hotel is in need of an upgrade, staff rude, breakfast was a free for all! The...More
This hotel feels very tired and is need of a major overhaul. The staff were easily the worst we encountered on the whole of the trip. There were queues at breakfast time and at the bars in the evening. Some people complained of waiting 45...More
Visited here many times over the years and always enjoyed it, but since the refurb/update, it's even better. Clean. Very accommodating staff. Gorgeous food. Ample parking. Dog friendly. Spectacular views. Wouldn't hesitate to recommend this place.
This is the second time we've stayed here. This time it was in a room above Boots Bar. The room was compact but very clean and had everything we needed. The shower, although small, was really good. Temperature and power were perfect. The staff were...More
Have been visiting this place since attending a winter mountaineering course in Ballachulish around 20 years ago, but had never stayed here before. It didn't disappoint. We had a ground floor room in the external wing, so I could reverse the car virtually to the...More
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If you are walking the whole WHW then you will pass the Kings house hotel which has an excellent boot bar at the back and then sadly the walk crosses over the devils staircase to drop down into kinlochleven so the walk... More
If you are walking the whole WHW then you will pass the Kings house hotel which has an excellent boot bar at the back and then sadly the walk crosses over the devils staircase to drop down into kinlochleven so the walk skirts the eastern end of glen Coe while the chlachaig is at the other end of glen Coe there is a perfectly good path to it through glen Coe but it's a fair extra detour of the WHW