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Came up with a friend on Friday for lunch. The Clachaig chicken was lovely, ordered as my other choice wasn't available at the time. Serving times ranged from almost immediate for starter to what seemed forever for pudding, came as soon as we queried it....More
Having been coming here for many years, I found my latest visit a bit disappointing. The Clachaig has always had a great reputation amongst outdoor enthusiasts and is never short of customers. However I feel they’ve taken their eye off the ball a bit, the...More
We stayed for one night en route to Mull. Great atmosphere, blazing log burner was a welcome sight on a miserable night. The Boots Bar is perfect for walkers - basic, but warm and serving "comfort" food. No frills but everything home cooked. The other...More
My husband and I stayed for two days to celebrate his birthday. The location is incredible and the rooms warm and cosy. The boot bar was a welcome sight after long walks. The lounge area was a great idea for those who wanted a more...More
We booked a room as a stop over on our way from the Outer Hebrides to our home in Yorkshire.
The room was okay (nothing special) but clean and comfortable. Sadly the main hotel was dirty and needs attention. The Boots Bar was a great...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