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Reviews of Isles of Glencoe Hotel & Leisure Centre, Ballachulish

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Review by Robert on 11th April, 2008

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Good Points: The location and the general 'ambiance' Bad Points: No lift and the 'high tech' heating system was not readily controllable. General review: We were very fortunate in having a spacious room with a view over the loch which was amazing. We had a very warm welcome and found the staff friendly and helpful. We didn't have an evening meal because we could not get a table but had an excellent time at the Clachaig Inn in Glencoe. Breakfast in the hotel overlooking the loch was another plus.

Date visited: 2008-04-11

Review by S Gaskell on 18th August, 2007

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The location was excelent, the staff were friendly and efficient and the room was nice but a little small. I stayed there on a business trip and this was arranged at last minute, but at about 115 plus vat for room only it was a rip off. The restaurant was nice but the food was well overpriced and the portions were TINY. I think they are used to catering for pensioners with no appetite. I actually drove to Fort William to the chip shop after having a meal to get filled up. At the first opportunity I changed hotels. I would not reccomend the hotel due to the price and mean portions they call a meal, although the staff are the nicest you may find anywhere.

Date visited: 14/8/07 to16/8/07

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