Ballachulish Hotel
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Ballachulish Hotel

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3.5
#3 of 3 hotels in Ballachulish
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Welcome to the Ballachulish Hotel, a friendly, cosy place to stay. Having recently undergone a full refurbishment, all the bedrooms at the Ballachulish Hotel offer modern decor, inspired by all that the West Highlands has to offer. With free wifi, a private carpark and all the home comforts you would expect in a hotel break, the Ballachulish Hotel is a great place to stay and explore the local area. With munros on our doorstep, views as far as the eye can see and the use of leisure facilities at our sister hotel, Isles of Glencoe. Soak up the views of Loch Linnhe while tucking into the the finest seafood. Locally sourced and lovingly prepared by our chefs, our FISH restaurant is the perfect spot to enjoy a relaxing dinner. Ballachulish Hotel looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to the West Highlands of Scotland.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bar / lounge
Hiking
Canoeing offsite
Highchairs available
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Banquet room
Parking
Wifi
Restaurant
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Breakfast in the room
Kids' meals
Outdoor dining area
Fishing
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking hotel
Shared lounge / TV area
24-hour front desk
Room features
Blackout curtains
Housekeeping
Safe
Telephone
Wardrobe / wardrobe
Electric kettle
Flatscreen TV
Walk-in shower
Bottled water
Iron
Private bathrooms
Bath / shower
Complimentary toiletries
Room types
Mountain view
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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HOTEL CLASS
Star ratings are intended to indicate the general level of features, amenities, and services to expect. This property is officially classified according to VisitScotland standards.
3.0 of 5 stars
HOTEL STYLE
Classic
Quiet
Languages Spoken
English

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Old Ferry Brae Nr Fort William, Ballachulish PH49 4JY Scotland
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Nestled in a location celebrated for its breathtaking views, the Ballachulish Hotel offers a range of amenities that receive positive recognition, such as comfortable rooms with impressive vistas and satisfying breakfast options. However, the establishment's charm is occasionally overshadowed by calls for refurbishment and an atmosphere that can feel lacking. While some guests compliment the cleanliness and modernity of the rooms, others point out maintenance and noise issues. Opinions on service and value for money are divided, with experiences ranging from friendly to unresponsive, and many guests feeling the cost is not reflective of the overall quality.
Location
Picturesque
Atmosphere
Charming
Rooms
Mixed
Value
Expensive
Cleanliness
Mixed
Service
Inconsistent
Amenities
Satisfactory

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DevonRose11 wrote a review Sept 2020
Plymouth, United Kingdom
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We recently spent a night here on the way down from the highlands, we booked a feature room with views over Loch Linnhe costing £170 per night.

When we arrived we were impressed by the decor and lovely views however the bathroom door was stuck shut and the water was brown. A nice gentleman helped us to rectify these problems and explained that there had been a landslide nearby recently.

The room was clean but all comfort items such as shower gel, tea or coffee equipment and water had to be obtained from reception.

The restaurant was basic for food and most of the waiters seemed uninterested to help apart from the gentleman who helped us earlier (who was extremely helpful throughout our stay and a real credit to the hotel). There was a queuing system at the bar to order food and I felt there should have been more ventilation in the eating areas indoors as there were quite a few people there so asked if the fire doors could be opened.

I think if the evening food had been nicer, little things like the condiments not being served in sachets (I understand this is for hygiene reasons with COVID but at least Heinz or some nicer little jars would have improved the experience),
Candles or flowers on the table, together with a bit more assistance from reception on arrival would have made for a nicer stay at that price.

Stunning views and room itself was good.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Customer Service Team, General Manager at Ballachulish Hotel
Responded 21 Sept 2020
Thank you for posting a review on your stay DevonRose11. We are very lucky with our beautiful location so it was lovely to hear that you liked this too. The hotel does have a private water supply and this can be discoloured when weather conditions are particularly bad. We have temporarily removed some items from our room and these are available from our Reception Desk as you mention. We do aim to advise our guests of this in advance on our website and in our pre-arrival E-mails so we do apologies if you were not aware of this before your stay. We have also taken note of your suggestions which have been shared with the Management Team so that they can review these going forward. We do hope that you we will have the opportunity of welcoming you back to the hotel in the future.
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celeste540 wrote a review Sept 2020
Bournemouth, United Kingdom
3.0 of 5 bubbles
From reading the previous reviews and after staying at two very good B&Bs in Scotland which were cheaper we had very high expectations for Ballachulish Hotel. Our room had a wonderful view but the window was very narrow and quite grubby. There isn't much that can be done about the size of the window but as the view is one of the main selling points of the hotel and they charge extra for a view I felt the window should have been kept cleaner. The room had recently been redecorated, the bed was very comfy and the bathroom was nice. The original part of the hotel is beautiful on both the outside and the inside and the location is great, but I felt that the grand building was let down slightly by cost cutting measures. Due to Covid-19 the rooms are not currently being serviced during the stay which is understandable. All of the small touches that you would expected in a hotel like this have also been removed. We were only given half a loo roll for two nights and one tiny soap to wash our hands with. There was a kettle but no tea and coffee, no water glasses, no shampoo etc provided, the throw customs and bed runner had also been removed which I can understand but this did make the room very basic looking. I felt removing the tea and coffee and water glasses etc was a step too far as the other properties we stayed at in Scotland had not done this. We did ask for these items but they didn't appear. I also noticed that the food serviced at breakfast was the same sort of quality as a breakfast at a chain pub and that the staff do not automatically offer sauces, you have to ask them quickly before they leave the table. The Receptionist was very welcoming on check in but did not ask us if we had enjoyed our stay on check out. From previous reviews it looks as if this hotel had it spot on before lockdown, I feel that they are currently charging too much for what they are currently offering and I hope that they can find a good balance again soon.
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Date of stay: September 2020
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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Response from Customer Service Team, General Manager at Ballachulish Hotel
Responded 21 Sept 2020
Thank you for sharing your thoughts on your stay celeste540. We are sorry that your stay fell short of expectations on this occasion and have shared your feedback with the Management Team. As you mention, some amenities have currently been withdrawn from our rooms although many of these are available from our Reception Desk so we are sorry that these were not provided for you. We do feel that any precautions that we can take to help reduce the spread of infection are for the benefit of all and that in time hopefully these will help us to return to normality more quickly. We do hope that you will consider visiting us again in the future, perhaps when further restrictions have been lifted.
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Nubira12 wrote a review Nov 2023
Bedworth, United Kingdom
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We visited as a group of four for a couple of days in November. The hotel is located in a good location and has a lovely outlook to the front , it is a lovely looking building. The hotel reception is good and all went smoothly checking in, we opted to eat in the evening to eat in the restaurant both nights and breakfast was also included. The room (101) was warm, beds good, and very comfortable, we had 2 dogs with us, there was plenty of areas to walk them around the hotel.

The evening meal was OK, what did let it down was the poor pudding menu, both nights none of us could find anything suitable,
Just no variety, no sticky toffee pudding, apple pie, crumble, Eton mess, just bland boring things on there, was a real shame, would have had pudding every night if it wasn’t so bland. The main meals were pretty good though.

Breakfast again, could have been better, the orange juice was just weak orange squash, the buffet style was good but no option for veggie sausage/ bacon etc, .

Some of the staff in the restaurant seemed not to enjoy there job which was apparent at some times.

The lounge area was ok but the fires in there were woeful, looked like they had been bought from B and Q for £59.95, it was a gorgeous period room with massive fireplaces and a poor quality electric fireplace in each. Didn’t really add to the ambiance.

There were also many picture lights on the wall with missing pictures, not sure what that was all about.

All in all an ok hotel that could be made better with not a lot of investment, we enjoyed it but marvelled at the fact there were some very cheap and nasty additions.
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Date of stay: November 2023Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Orange juice Sitting in the lounge
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Gary wrote a review Sept 2020
Ayr, United Kingdom
1.0 of 5 bubbles
It was really very poor. Old is fine but old and neglected isn’t. The menu in the dining room was awful. I mean really dreadful. For this type of accommodation at these prices it’s sad and unacceptable. The common areas are pretty shabby too. Curtains look filthy. But the dining room is really bad. Looks like a student refectory and the menu is woeful. Not a single fresh Scottish sea food dish on it and what was on it was more akin to a truck stop cafe. (Macaroni cheese for example) No idea where they’re getting the compliments on trip advisor from. Must be making them up. Everyone we spoke to while we were there were frantically looking for restaurants in the area to avoid having to eat in the dining room for a second time. The room was basic but we paid extra for a ‘feature’ room which meant we had an attic room postage stamp window view of mainly the bridge. We had heavy luggage and were offered no help up two flights of stairs. We understand COVID 19 is a concern but they had taken it to extremes and removed everything from the room and bathroom. This obviously to avoid having to replace things between guests and said they were following government guidelines. However we had stayed in several B&Bs prior to staying here and they had all adopted a more sensible approach while still adhering to social distancing and clean surfaces principles. My brother and his wife were in the adjacent room which hadn’t been cleaned and they found toe nail clippings on the bedside table. Reception did not offer to move them to another room.
It’s a shame because the setting is lovely but the hotel is neglected. Wouldn’t stay there again if you paid me.
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Date of stay: September 2020
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Room Tip: Avoid paying extra for a feature room as it’s not worth it
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Response from Customer Service Team, General Manager at Ballachulish Hotel
Responded 21 Sept 2020
Many thanks for sharing your feedback on your stay Twopies1. We are indeed following Government guidelines and specific advice for the hospitality industry with regard to the facilities and amenities that we are able to offer currently. Where we can reduce the risk of infection by having certain systems in place, we do feel that this is for the benefit of all. We are also carrying out refurbishment throughout the hotel, although naturally a project of this size does take some time to complete. All of that said, we are so sorry to learn of your disappointment and, although we do understand that it is of little help to you now, will certainly ensure that the Management Team are aware of your feedback.
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Georgina B wrote a review Aug 2020
Lochaber, United Kingdom
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My family and I stopped at the hotel for lunch after a walk in Glencoe this afternoon. Despite the difficult times we are all experiencing during lockdown the staff were very friendly and welcoming. We all understand that services have changed and a result of COVID-19 and respect that staff and customers need to be protected.
There is a clear one way system to access the bar and toilets at the restaurant, tables were spaced out and staff wore masks and gloves. During our lunch some other customers were being more ‘challenging’ regarding services now available, this was dealt with by the staff in a very professional way.
I think we all need to remember that our way of life is no longer the same as before the pandemic, and we all need to learn to adapt to these changes. People in the service industry are working hard in order to do their jobs and keep business afloat in very uncertain times.
We enjoyed ourselves and would recommend to others, but like all hospitality industry businesses things have changed, often to protect staff and customers, this needs to be kept in mind. 😊
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Customer Service Team, General Manager at Ballachulish Hotel
Responded 4 Aug 2020
Many thanks for your kind feedback Georgina B and for your understanding in these challenging times. These are of course circumstances that we have never faced before but the safety of our guests and staff remains at the forefront of any decisions that we make. It was lovely to hear that you enjoyed your meal and we hope that you will visit us again very soon.
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Jim F wrote a review Mar 2020
West Kilbride, United Kingdom
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed a couple of nights on 2nd and 3rd March in The Ballachulish as part of our annual Wedding Anniversary trip to Glencoe and environs. We used to always stay in The Kingshouse until it closed and morphed into something less Kingshousy and more American. That's probably unfair. It's just not our Kingshouse anymore. i.e. it's no longer freezing cold and falling to bits.

The Ballachulish has been a worthy replacement. Yes it's a bit tired and tatty in places and the staircase is as creaky as always but the current refurbishment programme will take care of those problems and perhaps the slightly dodgy shower in our room. It has, however, loads of charm and is an extremely welcoming and comfortable place to stay.

The staff are great and the food is of a decent standard. Think Gastropub if you are old enough to remember them. Breakfast is a buffet though I saw some people ordering omelettes - don't know if that is official or if the chef was just being nice. In any case it passes my Potato Scone test. You must have Potato Scones with a Scottish Breakfast. The lounge is a nice place to relax in front of the fire and Diego the cat still has his own comfy seat (although he took exception to me this visit for inscrutable cat reasons and hid under the table in the corner till I went away). The little Library is a great place to have a coffee or a drink after dinner.

Our room this time, 104, was a feature double (I think) and had a stunning view out over the Loch to Onich and Ardnamurchan . The bed was massive and incredibly comfortable and the furnishings sturdy and solid. The shower was a bit hit and miss but the bath large and quick to fill with ample hot water. In 104 I could hear music at the bed end of the room from about 7 am to 10 pm each day. Not loud and not a major issue so I did not bring it up at the front desk. No idea where it came from. They do have music in the dining room/bar area but it is not loud or intrusive. Strangely you could not hear it from the corridor outside. It was definitely not a ghostly piper unless they knew how to play Nirvana and rock some Techno.. Perhaps another guest and a trick of acoustics.

All of this for the price of a decent bed and breakfast place. It really is great value for money and I totally forgive them for running out of haddock and chips the last time I stayed there.
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Date of stay: March 2020
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Room Tip: Rooms at the front have the best views. Obviously, but I felt I had t o say something.
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ClaireMason wrote a review Jan 2020
London, United Kingdom
+1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed for 2 nights between Christmas and New Year. It was our second visit, the first being a couple of years ago. We had such a great time back then, we had few reservations about rebooking. Our only niggle was that the bedroom was a bit tired and in need of TLC, so I came on here to find out if that was still the case.

In amongst quite a few negative reviews, I found a comment from the hotel staff saying they would soon be undergoing refurbishment, so I contacted the booking team and right enough, some of the rooms had been updated. So, without hesitation, I booked us in and I'm so glad I did!

The bedroom was beautifully furnished with good quality linen, the bed was soooo comfortable, and it was spotlessly clean. The public areas still retain their charm, and we loved sitting in front of the log fire with a glass of wine and a board game. Yes, the staircase creaks, but that's all part of the charm! The restaurant food was excellent quality, we were served efficiently and the cost was reasonable. And the location is just breathtaking.

Im not saying that previous complaints are invalid. Nor that there is not room for improvement. But if you can overlook a few small niggles, you'll be rewarded with a very special stay. (Just book a refurbished room :))
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from CustomerServiceExec, Guest Relations Manager at Ballachulish Hotel
Responded 13 Feb 2020
Many thanks for your great review, princessmason! We are so pleased that you felt so comfortable in your room and that it was spotlessly clean. You also mention several other very positive aspects of your stay such as the public areas still retaining their charm and the food being excellent in quality. We are also aware that there is always room for improvement. Your feedback is greatly encouraging and motivates our Team to continue to improve their service. We would love to be able to welcome you back very soon!
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Jeff R wrote a review Sept 2020
Wickford, United Kingdom
2.0 of 5 bubbles
We paid £150 for what was basically a 10 x 10 box room, we did express our disappointment at reception, but we're offered nothing in exchange (the said they were full). The wife didn't even want to stay the first night (we had booked for two). There was no view, no arm chairs to sit on (barely enough room for the double bed). There was one chink of light that made us laugh uncontrollably, the main staircase creaks so bad, we were in fits everytime we used it (we even had to post it on FB. Due to the Covid restrictions we had to book a time for breakfast and it was made very clear that if we were late we may have to go to the back of the queue, so we made every effort to be on time, so you would think if the chef knew what time you would arrive at your table, the food would be freshly cooked, but the full Scottish breakfast looked like it had been under the heat lamps for an hour or more, to say the wife and I were disappointed would be an understatement.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Customer Service Team, General Manager at Ballachulish Hotel
Responded 21 Sept 2020
Thank you for posting a review of your stay Jeff_B_Ready. We are sorry to hear that you were do disappointed with your visit. We would usually arrange a room move for any guests who are unhappy with their original room allocation but naturally this is not an option that we have when the hotel us busy and all of our rooms need to be used. Although I appreciate that it is small comfort to you now, your feedback has been shared with the Management Team so that they can review these areas going forward.
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June M wrote a review Mar 2020
Helensburgh, United Kingdom
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Stayed for two nights on a winter deal. Fantastic value. We had a refurbished room in the annex. We were a bit put of by the corridors but were pleasantly surprised on entering our room which also had a magnificent view down the Loch. The room had everything we needed ans a huge very comfortable bed. Spotlessly clean.
The food at night was alright nothing special but you have to applaud them for the buffet breakfast, plenty of choice for everyone and all perfectly cooked and presented.
Have to give praise to lovely lady on the bar and the girl with glasses who served us in the restaurant. Reception staff are pleasant but not very informative about where to eat in hotel. We had access to lesuire facilities at nearby hotel but it was very very run down and not at all what we expected, left after 5 minutes and would not recommend it to anyone. Overall a fantastic hotel worth visiting. Will hopefully get a winter deal next year.
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from CustomerServiceExec, Guest Relations Manager at Ballachulish Hotel
Responded 4 Mar 2020
Thank you so much for taking the time to write such a great review, 217junem! We are so pleased that you have enjoyed your stay overall and that you think it is a fantastic hotel worth visiting. We would love to be able to welcome you back soon!
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LisaC119 wrote a review Aug 2022
High Wycombe, United Kingdom
5.0 of 5 bubbles
This hotel is absolutely wonderful - and possiby one of the best we have ever stayed at. We thoroughly enjoyed the surroundings, furnishings and comfort of this wonderful old building. Our room was HUGE (2 adults, 2 teens and 2 dogs had plenty of room) The bathroom was furninshed with modern fittings, and was spotless. The dogs enjoyed a lovely welcome package. The breakfasts and dinners we enjoyed were absolutely delicious. A huge selection and variety to cater for all tastes at breakfast, kept hot and re-stocked throughout service. The dinner menu certainly kept our mouths watering for a week - each offering as delicious as the last. Fresh, tasty and served with a smile.
All the staff from front desk, to restaurant/bar and housekeeping were very friendly and welcomed us into the Ballachulish family. They were full of advice, tips and ideas of places to go, things to see, and how to time the activities for the best of everything.
We were very sad to leave, and will certainly make a return visit just as soon as we can. Thank you so much to all of you for an absolutely BRILLIANT time.
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Date of stay: July 2022
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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Response from Crieff Hydro, General Manager at Ballachulish Hotel
Responded 6 Aug 2022
Dear LisaC119, Thank you for your excellent feedback which I will share with all team members. I am delighted you loved every minute of your stay and we look forward to welcoming you back in due course. Kind regards, Ken Buchanan General Manager
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Rosemary W asked a question May 2019
Chelmsford, United Kingdom464 contributions161 helpful votes
Are there ground floor bedrooms with walk in showers
Answer from Kathy L
Prior Lake, Minnesota490 contributions132 helpful votes
I don't believe so.
Answer from Mary L
Reading, Pennsylvania156 contributions24 helpful votes
The hotel building looks like an old castle. It's a little quirky getting to your room but it is a nice place to stay. The surroundings are very picturesque, right along a river. I'm pretty sure there are no elevators but the hotel was very clean and the food was great. The room I was in had a really great view and was very roomy. The bathroom had towel heaters which are wonderful! I hope you enjoy your stay.
clairebenton54 wrote a tip Jun 2024
Bampton, United Kingdom18 contributions3 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"Avoid this hotel"
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Penny wrote a tip May 2024
Woodland, NC66 contributions55 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Back parking gets full early. Road parking is overflow parking. I love this place. Location is beautiful "
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kev8642us wrote a tip May 2024
Berlin, Pennsylvania226 contributions33 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"I recommend booking this place in advance because it is a smaller hotel."
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kaylaartt wrote a tip May 2024
Los Angeles, California711 contributions180 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"There are no elevators, and they request that you book a time for dinner and breakfast. "
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Fraser c wrote a tip Mar 2024
5 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Love the location, love the building avoid the food"
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PRICE RANGE
$356 - $595 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
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LOCATION
United KingdomScotlandScottish HighlandsGlencoeBallachulish
NUMBER OF ROOMS
53
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Frequently Asked Questions about Ballachulish Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Ballachulish Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Glencoe National Nature Reserve (6.5 km), Lost Valley Trail (5.7 km), and Glencoe Lochan (5.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Ballachulish Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Ballachulish Hotel?
Top room amenities include a flat screen TV, blackout curtains, and a view of the mountains.
What food & drink options are available at Ballachulish Hotel?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Ballachulish Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Ballachulish Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Lochleven Seafood Cafe, The Laroch Restaurant & Bar, and The Holly Tree Seafood Restaurant & Captains Bar.
Are pets allowed at Ballachulish Hotel?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Ballachulish Hotel offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to meeting rooms and a banquet room during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Ballachulish Hotel?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Glencoe Folk Museum (5.1 km).
Does Ballachulish Hotel have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the harbour view available here.
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