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We really enjoyed our stay at Lois Mhoire. The rooms were nice, clean and warm. The host was extremely helpful and welcoming. She prepared an excellent breakfast and was able to tell us a bit about the history of this beautiful place. Also has a...More
We booked into Lios Mhoire for a night in May. Excellent value accommodation in Glencoe village. The house has an excellent view over the Loch and the rooms are modern and cosy. The owner is lovely: very friendly and extremely helpful offering to drive us...More
We stayed at Lios Mhoire while on a cycling tour. We were wet and cold when we arrived but Kareen could not have been more helpful. She put us in the large family room so that we could use the bath, washed and dried our...More
We stayed at Lios Mhoire the night of May 2nd 2012. The b and b is in a beautiful spot overlooking Loch Leven. Kareen, our host, was a lovely,chatty lady who let us have our choice of rooms as she was not fully booked.We chose...More
We stayed at 7 different addresses during our Scotland trip, ranging from a fairly expensive hotel "down to" a youth hostel, with a number of B&Bs in-between. Well, Lios Mhoire was our favourite of the lot! The house, the location, and especially the owner, makes...More
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Hiya John. We booked through cottages4you. The contact number was out of service so we couldn't contact owner direct. Wish you luck in booking this place. we had a lovely stay. it says b& b but it's self catering... More
Hiya John. We booked through cottages4you. The contact number was out of service so we couldn't contact owner direct. Wish you luck in booking this place. we had a lovely stay. it says b& b but it's self catering accommodation.
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"We were in the back twin room that was quite small with no open views, except the hills behind, but it was..."