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Eating out Guide to Glencoe, Kinlochleven and north Argyll

The Glencoe and Kinlochleven area, including the villages of North Argyll, provide a good selection of pubs and restaurants for eating out

The Glencoe, Kinlochleven, Onich, Ballachulish, Duror and Port Appin and Inchree and Corran areas have a good selection of restaurants, pubs, bars and a few takeaways and quality food stores. The standard of food and service is mostly good indeed, with an interesting selection of establishments offering different atmospheres with a choice of food at a price to suit every pocket. Most places in this area can be driven to within 40 minutes of each other and depending on where you are staying, you can also walk to many places.

A little further up the A82 road -Fort William provides lots more places to eat. During July and August and holiday weekends it is best to book a table since Lochaber has many visitors during these periods.  If you are staying in self catering accommodation, some restaurants and takeaways will deliver to your holiday place. If you are looking to stay in the Lochaber area for several days, why not try a variety of places during your stay.

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Loch Leven Hotel and Distillery
Loch Leven Hotel and Distillery, at the foot of mighty Glencoe, is a historic ferry Inn dating back to the time of Bonnie Prince Charlie. This award winning family-run establishment has been converted to a quirky and comfortable Highland Hotel, providing an intimate setting and personalised service to all their guests. Loch Leven hotel enjoyed an enviable location by the loch, surrounded by dramatic mountain views. The stylish Loch View Restaurant offers guests a slightly more formal option for dining whilst The Old Ferry Bar offers meals in a less formal dining area as well as on the outside terrace. The bar stocks over 60 Single Malts, more than 50 Gins and offers a creative cocktail list. Loch Leven Hotel's Old Ferry Bar has been titled as the 'Best Bar' in the Highlands for 3 years in a row at the Scottish Hotel Awards (2016, 2017 & 2018)! Their own distillery produces premium Highland spirits, their best known product being Devil's Staircase Highland Spiced Gin, named after the famous landmark on the West Highland Way. The distillery also offers 4 hour Gin School experiences where you can make your own unique bottle of gin! The restaurant and bar serves the best local seasonal produce, carefully prepared and executed with flair. Dishes on the menu might include local seafood such as scallops or langoustines and local meats & game. The 12 comfortable en-suite bedrooms offer a cosy place to relax and unwind and most of the rooms have loch views. Being located in "The Outdoor Capital of the UK", guests can also enjoy a wide variety of things to see and do from walking and climbing to golf, watersports and skiing. Dogs are also welcome in the bar and bar dining area!
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