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Kings House Hotel
Glencoe
Ballachulish
Argyll

PH39 4HY | View map
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Built in the 17th century, Kings House is believed to be one of Scotland's oldest licensed inns.

King's House Hotel is in a very remote situation, with magnificent views of the hills. With full central heating and the double glazing and the high standard of cuisine the visitor's comfort is assured. The owners together with their staff assure you of a warm welcome.

The hotel is open all year round and is an ideal place for the traveller as well as for those interested in walking, climbing, canoeing, skiing, fishing and sight-seeing. The 3,345 ft. Buchaille Etive Mhor and the ski slopes of Meall a Bhuiridh provide a spectacular view from the picture windows of the residents lounge and a number of the south and west facing bedrooms.

Breakfast is served in the dining room and bar meals, made with local produce such as salmon, venison, grouse and pheasant are available all day.

The scenery of the mountain loch is some of the most spectacular in Scotland. The closeness of the ski slopes makes it an ideal resting place during the Ski season. At all times of the year walkers and climbers will find the area of interest while rivers are within easy reach for the canoe enthusiast. As a centre for local sightseeing it is unsurpassed with Glen Etive, Glen Orchy and the villages of Glencoe and Ballachulish only ten miles away. The towns of Oban and Fort William can be reached by car or for many, by foot, and are home to many of the transport mechanisms including ferries and trains, which allow you to further your experience of the Scottish Highlands or simply return home.

The Kings House Hotel has 22 rooms on 2 floors.

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