Kinlochleven, Highland, United Kingdom Accommodations

Accommodations in Kinlochleven

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This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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The SpaceThe house has three bedrooms with double beds and a sofa bed in the sitting room. It is a ten minute stroll from the centre of the village, which has a post office, library, co-op open until 10pm, a chip shop and four pubs doing food. The area is great for walking, climbing, views and wilderness. It's about a 40 minute drive to Fort William, and Oban about an hour and a quarter down the coast. Guest AccessGuests have use of the whole house and garden. There is plenty of on street parking Interaction with GuestsWelcome on arrival and happy to be contacted at any stage for advice about the house, the area, or things to do. The NeighborhoodKinlochleven is a friendly village set in awesome scenery, between Glen Coe and Fort William. Getting AroundThere are buses from Glasgow to nearby Glen Coe, and the West Highland train line runs to Fort William. Local buses connecting with Glen Coe and Fort William are approximately hourly. There is also local taxi service. Other Things to Note(URL HIDDEN) (URL HIDDEN)
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The SpaceMamore View is a lovely semi-detached property located in the Highland village of Kinlochleven, near to historic Glencoe. Inside, the accommodation is well appointed with a fully equipped kitchen, a dining area, a lounge and a lovely heated conservatory, which is wonderful and bright, with access to the spacious fully enclosed, rear garden. From all the rooms you can see the majestic Mamore mountains which rise up from the shores of Loch Leven. From this property you are within easy walking distance of the village itself and the shores of Loch Leven, as well as a range of mountain walks. Accommodation With full oil central heating and comprises: Ground Floor: Lounge: with electric stove effect fire, Wi-Fi, Freesat HD TV (inclusive Sky On Demand with Sky Movies), Blu-Ray/DVD and a selection of books and games. Kitchen: with electric oven, ceramic hob, fridge/freezer, microwave and washer. Dining area with table and chairs. Conservatory: With dehumidifier for drying, access to rear fully enclosed garden. First Floor: Bedroom 1: with double bed, wardrobe & chest of drawers. Bedroom 2: with two single beds (can be made to king size), wardrobe & chest of drawers. Bathroom: with bath, shower over bath and WC. Facilities/Miscellaneous All power, heating, bed linen and towels provided. Stairgate, travel cot, highchair, and waterproof mattress protectors. Enclosed rear garden with views to the Mamore mountains. Covered secure storage for cycles/skis. Guest AccessLiving room Fibre Optic Wi-Fi, Freesat HD TV (inclusive Sky On Demand with Sky Movies), Blu-Ray/DVD and a selection of books and games. Kitchen: with electric oven, ceramic hob, fridge/freezer, microwave and washing machine. Dining area with table and chairs. Conservatory: Fully heated with dehumidifier for drying, access to rear fully enclosed garden. A stair gate, travel cot, high chair and mattress protectors are available. Covered secure storage for cycles/skis. Interaction with GuestsWe'll come over and say Hi. We can also pick up from places if we are available. We'll also try and help you out with places to visit, things to do, travel arrangements and anything else to make your trip great. :) The NeighborhoodKinlochleven is a small Highland village of less than 1000 inhabitants located at the head of Loch Leven. Close to Glencoe, Fort William and Ben Nevis it is set in stunning Highland landscape surrounded by mountain, munro, loch, river, moor and forest. The village was home to the North British Aluminium company which built a hyrdo electric scheme and aluminium smelter in the 1900’s. This allowed Kinlochleven to be the first village in the world to have electricity provided to every house. The smelter has now closed but the hyrdo electric scheme still operates. Part of the old smelter now houses the Ice Factor. The worlds largest indoor ice wall and climbing centre. The village has a small local Co-Operative supermarket which sells foods, drinks and essentials. This is open 7 days a week, 7am until 10pm. There are also some local pubs to eat at and a local seafood restaurant. On a Tuesday a fishman delivers fresh fish to the street. We have a local post office with a cash machine. The famous West Highland Way, a 96 mile walk from Milgavie North Glasgow to Fort William passes right through the village. The area has many stunning walks and the village is a perfect base to explore the West Highland Vistas. Other activities available locally including mountain biking, golf, trials biking, kayaking, canoeing, river fishing, salt water fishing, cycling, motorbiking, Segway and power boating. Getting AroundThere is a national City Link bus which comes from Glasgow / Edinburgh to near by Glencoe. In Fort William there is a main train station which connects to London via a sleeper service. Local trains are also available to Oban, Mallaig and Glasgow. In Kinlochleven there is a local bus service which goes to Fort William via Glencoe, Ballachulish, Onich and Corran. The village is also accessible via bicycle along the quiet local roads and cycle paths. Other Things to NoteI am happy to pick you up if I am available. We also offer an essentials cupboard to make shorter trips easier. We have things like cooking oil, tea & coffee, honey, porridge oats, cereal, rice, pasta, soup. We are adding new things all the time and so are our guests. We just ask you make a donation to the cupboard if you use anything. We also have a local shop open 7 days a week, 7am - 10pm that sells everything.
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceEast Cottage has 3 bedrooms each with 2 beds ( any 2 beds can be made up as a large double on request) 1 bedroom has its own private shower-room. There is a further shared shower-room. All the beds are made up with a bottom sheet, duvet with a cover, & 2 pillows with pillowslips. The living/dining/kitchen area has large glass doors giving views over the river and access to the patio area with garden furniture & a BBQ. There is also a small bonfire area where our guests can enjoy a rustic ourdoor experience. We have midge eating machines running in the summer to help with eliminating the insect life! The living room has 2 sofas and 2 armchairs a coffee table and a bookcase full of books. There is a TV/DVD player, wi-fi radio & free WiiFi access The dining table seats 6 with a corner bench and additional chairs. There is plenty of crockery & cutlery The kitchen has an electric fan oven, cooking hob, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, electric whisk, toaster, filter coffee machine and an electric kettle. Our water comes direct from our own underground spring. It is filtered and passed through an Ultra Violet light and is as pure as any bottled water you can buy! The cottage is heated and the hotwater comes from a central woodchip fed boiler. The woodchips are locally sourced and the wood is sustainably grown. We have a Gold award for our Eco-friendly management and take our Green credentials very seriously. This cottage is let on a self-catering basis. No food is provided. All linen provided is free of charge. Heating and hot water is metered & we charge 5p per kwh payable on departure. All Electricity & Water is free. Guest AccessThe cottage is a short 10 minute walk from our lively local Pub where you can eat if you wish. The Pub has a large selection of draught Ale and prides its-self in its selection of Scottish Whiskey Fishing in our own Trout Loch - Torren Lochan, only a few yards from the cottage is available to our guests. Fishing is permitted from the 1st March - 31 October. Fishing outside this period is illegal. Fishing tackle can be hired locally. As we are only a mile from the sea, sea fishing is available. There is an indoor Rock Climbing facility only 5 miles away. The Glencoe Mountain Ski-lift is a 15 minute drive from the cottage. There are further skiing facilities at Nevis Range near Fort William a 40 minute drive. Hill walking and climbing are all within walking distance of the cottage. There are also plenty of easy low level walks for the less brave! Our 25 hectars of private ground is enclosed by a deer fence to keep out Red Deer from our forest. This make it an ideal place to bring your dogs. We allow 2 dogs in the cottage and make a small additional charge of £3.00 per dog per night - payable on arrival. There are some lovely pools in the River on your doorstep - ideal for swimming in the summer if you don't mind the cold water. Dive from the rocks into the deep pool and swim up under the waterfall. Great fun! Canoeing, Golf & Horseriding are also available locally. Interaction with GuestsWe live a short walk away and are always here to help. We visit our guests on arrival to see that they have all they need & to answer any questions. Otherwise we do not disturb them unless they need us. Many of our guests return year on year & become firm friends who we delight in welcoming back. The NeighborhoodGlencoe is the most iconic Glen in Scotland. Dramatic and a "must visit" for all visitors . We are lucky to live right in the middle of the Glen. As someone said to me " the silence at night is deafening!" The sky is black and on a clear night alive with starlight It was here that Warner Bros filmed the Harry Potter film "The Prisoner of Azaskaban! and all the pictures of Hagrids Hut for the subsequent films are from here. You can see the site from Torren Lochan. Warner Bros told us they needed mountains, trees and water and we had it all! The Glencoe Cottages were taken as Editing Offices and they rented our own house as their Production Office. They were here for 5 months in 2005 . Getting AroundThe West Highland line - one of the 7 best train journeys in the world according the some Travel writers - runs from Glasgow to Mallaig. Get off at Fort William and you can catch a bus to Glencoe Village. Then it is only a 1.5 mile walk down our little one track road with a good walking path beside it to the Cottage. It is also possible to catch the overnight sleeper train from London to Fort William ( every night except Saturdays). There are frequent buses to Fort William, The isle of Skye, Inverness and Glasgow all from the Glencoe Village bus-stop. Other Things to NoteYou may be interested in my Australian connections! My Great Grandmother Annabella Boswell was born in NSW in 1826 Annabella Boswells Diary of her early life in Australia makes fascinating reading and can still be bought through “Amazon” Her Campbell Grandparents had emigrated to Australia in 1817 as “Free Settlers” together with 11 of their children including their eldest daughter married to a Macleod of Raasey (Raasey is a small island of the coast of the Isle f Skye) and her 2 children. John Campbell was a Kinsman of the Earl of Breadalbane and acted as the Earls Factor of his lands around Appin in Argyll. Appin is only 12 miles from Glencoe! He lived and farmed sheep at Lochend – later renamed Kinlochlaich. After the end of the Napolianic Wars wool for soldiers uniforms was no longer in demand and wool prices fell. Sheep farmers struggled and it was this and mounting debts that drove John Campbell to emigrate to Australia. Annabelle relates her Grandmother's tales of the 3 month journey by sea in her book. The descendants of the many Campbell children who emigrated with their parents in 1817 are scattered all over Australia. One of them includes the Governor of Queensland! Annabella's mother Georgina met her father John Innes who was also a Free Settler emigrant from Thurso in Caithness and married him. They had 2 daughters Annabella & Margaret. Their father died very young and the widow and her daughters were taken care of by John Innes's brother Major George Innes. He lived inland from Part Macquarrie and named the Lake on the shores of which he built his house Lake Innes. Glen Innes is also named after him. The ruins of Innes House are preserved and can be visited and a model of the beautiful house can be seen in the Museum at Port Macquarrie as can artifacts including some of Annabella's clothes! Annabella has wonderful describtions of life at Innes house in her book including the Piper who piped at breakfast and the convicts who worked the land. Annabella & her sister were sent to school in Sydney. Later she met Patrick Boswell, a Scot from Ayrshire and a kinsman of James Boswell the Biographer, who was working as an Accountant in Newcastle. In 1863 they were married in the Cathedral in Newcastle. 4 of their 5 children were born in Australia. My Grandfather John Boswell was their youngest son and was born after they returned to Scotland to manage the family estate of Garallen. Later my Grandfather bought Auchinleck House and Estate from his kinsman, Lord Talbot de Malihide, an Irishman whos mother was the daughter of James Boswell the Biographer. My grandfather John Boswell was a gifted sportsman, an Oxford Blue both for rowing and Rugby. He Captained the Scottish Rugby Team from 1891 – 93 and his obituary states that he was the best forward Scotland had ever had! In World War 1 he, as the Colonel of the Ayrshire Yeomanry, took the Regiment to Gallipoli, Egypt and Palestine. He was a keen Piper and judged both piping and Scottish dancing around the country. Annabella Boswell lived to a ripe old age and died aged 82 in 1908 She was a wonderful horsewoman – a skill learned from her early days in Australia & from her writings made after she came to Scotland yearned for the rest of her life for the country of her birth – Australia.
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The SpacePlease be aware that Signal Rock Cottage has 2 B&B rooms and you may find that there is someone staying in the other bedroom with whom you will be sharing the living space & kitchen. Unusually for a B&B we have a kitchen for the use of our guests. We also allow access to the Cottage at all times of day so you can come and go as you like. Normally B&B's lock their doors at 10am and do not allow you back into the building until 4pm Signal Rock Cottage was built in 2008 as an Eco House. The cottage consists of 2 bedrooms - 1 with a double bed and en-suit shower-room and the other room has twin bed that can be made up as a large double on request. This room also has an en-suit shower-room. Please note that if you wish to book both rooms please tell us as it is only possible to reserve one room through AirBnB. There is a shared living/dining area with a fully fitted kitchen for the exclusive use of our guests. Washing machine and drying facilities are also available to our guests on request. There is cosy underfloor heating fuelled by a wood fuelled boiler feed with wood chips locally sourced. All the water in the taps comes direct from our own spring and is filtered and passed through an Ultraviolet light to ensure purity. No Chlorine is added. We are proud of our Green credentials and have won many awards for our Environmental management Guest AccessOur guests enjoy the fact that from Signal Rock Cottage they can make an easy 10 min walk to our lively local Pub where they can eat as well as enjoy their extensive ranges of Beer and Whisky! Within our 50 acres of natural woodland there are many pretty walks to be enjoyed by our guests. Fishing in our little trout loch, Torren Lochan, is free of charge to our guests. Please note that fishing is available only between the 1st March and the 31 October. Fishing outside these dates is illegal. If you wish to hire the boat there is a charge of £25.00 per day. The wild brown trout found in the loch come up to 2 lbs in weight. We allow small bonfires and our guests enjoy making a bonfire on the lochside and cooking their catch or sausages if no catch has been made! 10 mins drive away id the Glencoe Mountain chairlift for skiiers in winter and for taking in the view in summer. There is an indoor climbing wall in Kinlochleven 7 miles away for wet weather entertainmant. Nearby there are boat trips, canoe trips, clay pigeon shooting, a 9 hole golf course, segways, horseriding and much more. Interaction with GuestsWe accept visitors accompanied by a pet. We are there to greet the guests and in the morning when making breakfast we can give tips on where to and which walks to do as well as tell of the history of this, the most iconic Glen in Scotland. I do not live in Signal Rock Cottage but I am only a 5 minutes walk away so available at all times to help. The NeighborhoodGlencoe is the most iconic Glen in Scotland. Dramatic and a "must visit" for all visitors . We are lucky to live right in the middle of the Glen. As someone said to me " the silence at night is deafening!" The sky is black and on a clear night alive with starlight It was here that Warner Bros filmed the Harry Potter film "The Prisoner of Azaskaban! and all the pictures of Hagrids Hut for the subsequent films are from here. You can see the site from Torren Lochan. Warner Bros told us they needed mountains, trees and water and we had it all! The Glencoe Cottages were taken as Editing Offices and they rented our own house as their Production Office. They were here for 5 months in 2005 . Getting AroundThe West Highland line - oe of the most spectacular Train journeys in the world according to some travel writers runs from Glasgow to Mallaig. Get off at Fort William and take the bus to Glascow which stops at the Glencoe Cross roads. We are an easy 1.5 mile walk from there The Glasgow bus runs every 2 hours. One bus a day ( both ways) stops at Glasgow Airport. There is also a Sleeper train which runs from London to Fort William every night except Saturday. We are a 2 hour drive from Glasgow Airport and 2.5 hours from Edinburgh and Inverness Airports Other Things to NoteYou may be interested in my Australian connections! My Great Grandmother Annabella Boswell was born in NSW in 1826 Annabella Boswells Diary of her early life in Australia makes fascinating reading and can still be bought through “Amazon” Her Campbell Grandparents had emigrated to Australia in 1817 as “Free Settlers” together with 11 of their children including their eldest daughter married to a Macleod of Raasey (Raasey is a small island of the coast of the Isle of Skye) and her 2 children. John Campbell was a Kinsman of the Earl of Breadalbane and acted as the Earls Factor of his lands around Appin in Argyll. Appin is only 12 miles from Glencoe! He lived and farmed sheep at Lochend – later renamed Kinlochlaich. After the end of the Napolianic Wars wool for soldiers uniforms was no longer in demand and wool prices fell. Sheep farmers struggled and it was this and mounting debts that drove John Campbell to emigrate to Australia. Annabelle relates her Grandmother's tales of the 3 month journey by sea in her book. The descendants of the many Campbell children who emigrated with their parents in 1817 are scattered all over Australia. One of them includes the Governor of Queensland! Annabella's mother Georgina met her father John Innes who was also a Free Settler emigrant from Thurso in Caithness and married him. They had 2 daughters Annabella & Margaret. Their father died very young and the widow and her daughters were taken care of by John Innes's brother Major George Innes. He lived inland from Part Macquarrie and named the Lake on the shores of which he built his house Lake Innes. Glen Innes is also named after him. The ruins of Innes House are preserved and can be visited and a model of the beautiful house can be seen in the Museum at Port Macquarrie as can artifacts including some of Annabella's clothes! Annabella has wonderful descriptions of life at Innes house in her book including the Piper who piped at breakfast and the convicts who worked the land. Annabella & her sister were sent to school in Sydney. Later she met Patrick Boswell, a Scot from Ayrshire and a kinsman of James Boswell the Biographer, who was working as an Accountant in Newcastle. In 1863 they were married in the Cathedral in Newcastle. 4 of their 5 children were born in Australia. My Grandfather John Boswell was their youngest son and was born after they returned to Scotland to manage the family estate of Garallen. Later my Grandfather bought Auchinleck House and Estate from his kinsman, Lord Talbot de Malihide, an Irishman whos mother was the daughter of James Boswell the Biographer. My grandfather John Boswell was a gifted sportsman, an Oxford Blue both for rowing and Rugby. He Captained the Scottish Rugby Team from 1891 – 93 and his obituary states that he was the best forward Scotland had ever had! In World War 1 he, as the Colonel of the Ayrshire Yeomanry, took the Regiment to Gallipoli, Egypt and Palestine. He was a keen Piper and judged both piping and Scottish dancing around the country. Annabella Boswell lived to a ripe old age and died aged 82 in 1908 She was a wonderful horsewoman – a skill learned from her early days in Australia & from her writings made after she came to Scotland yearned for the rest of her life for the country of her birth – Australia.
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    This semi-detached cottage is situated in the village of Kinlochleven and sleeps four people in two bedrooms. Callart Cottage is a welcoming semi-detached cottage in the village of Kinlochleven, 22 miles from Fort William. This cottage sleeps four people and has two bedrooms consisting of one double and one single, with an additional pull out stacker bed, as well as a family bathroom. The cottage also has a fitted kitchen with dining area and a sitting room. Outside, there is off road parking for 2 cars and a front and rear garden with furniture. Callart Cottage is ideal for families and friends who wish to explore this part of Scotland. Amenities: Gas central heating with electric fire in sitting room. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, TV with FreeSat, DVD, PlayStation 2, iPod dock, WiFi. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 2 cars. Lockable bike storage. Front and rear lawned garden with furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shops and pub 5 mins walk. Region: From the lush green farmlands of the Borders to the ruggedness of the Highlands, the Scots are proud of their land and identity. Scotland also has some of Britain's best beaches with glorious stretches of clean sand over which to roam. Town: Kinlochleven is a village set at the end of Loch Leven. The village offers shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as The Ice Factor. The area boasts excellent walks, fishing and watersports. Glencoe is close by and has mountaineering, snowboarding, fishing and sailing opportunities. Kinlochleven is an ideal base for exploring the area. Additional amenities include: cooker. This property does not accept short breaks. All prices are inclusive of the booking fee. This semi-detached cottage is situated in the village of Kinlochleven and sleeps four people in two bedrooms. Callart Cottage is a welcoming semi-detached cottage in the village of Kinlochleven, 22 miles from Fort William. This cottage sleeps four people and has two bedrooms consisting of one double and one single, with an additional pull out stacker bed, as well as a family bathroom. The cottage also has a fitted kitchen with dining area and a sitting room. Outside, there is off road parking for 2 cars and a front and rear garden with furniture. Callart Cottage is ideal for families and friends who wish to explore this part of Scotland. Amenities: Gas central heating with electric fire in sitting room. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, TV with FreeSat, DVD, PlayStation 2, iPod dock, WiFi. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 2 cars. Lockable bike storage. Front and rear lawned garden with furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shops and pub 5 mins walk. Region: From the lush green farmlands of the Borders to the ruggedness of the Highlands, the Scots are proud of their land and identity. Scotland also has some of Britain's best beaches with glorious stretches of clean sand over which to roam. Town: Kinlochleven is a village set at the end of Loch Leven. The village offers shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as The Ice Factor. The area boasts excellent walks, fishing and watersports. Glencoe is close by and has mountaineering, snowboarding, fishing and sailing opportunities. Kinlochleven is an ideal base for exploring the area. Additional amenities include: cooker.
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    Excellent
    49 reviews
    4br house
      A spacious, newly built self-catering accommodation with stunning views across Loch Leven towards the Pap of Glencoe sleeping 8 – 10 persons. Lochleven Seafood Cottage is, at its name suggests, strongly associated with the freshest of seafood, situated immediately adjacent to Lochleven Seafood Café which provides the option to dine out and sample superb, freshly caught, Scottish shellfish as well as meat and vegetarian dishes from their regularly changing menu; alternatively, buy fresh or cooked shellfish from the shop and create your own meals in the cottage (you can see the locally caught shellfish live in tanks). Other options for dining out are available within a short drive. Lochleven Seafood Cottage – a large, newly built self-catering holiday cottage on the shores of Lochleven, Scottish Highlands – a haven for lovers of fresh seafood! The cottage is an ideal base for walkers and outdoor enthusiasts: the Mamores, West Highland Way, Glencoe and Nevis Range Ski Resorts are all nearby, or if you prefer touring – Oban, Fort William, Mallaig, Ardnamurchan, Loch Ness and Inverness are all within a day trip out. With stunning scenery, history, sports, or simple relaxation all on the doorstep – Lochleven Seafood Cottage has it all!). The accommodation comprises: 4 Twin-bedded rooms (each can be made up to a king-sized bed with appropriate bedding) A sofa bed in the lounge on the ground floor for extra accommodation 2 Bathrooms Open plan, fully fitted kitchen leading into dining room and lounge TV and DVD player in the lounge Full central heating plus an open log fire in the lounge The cottage is strictly non-smoking and pets are not allowed. Situated in its own ample grounds, there is ample car parking space. Just in front of the cottage a private beach leads to the sea loch where you can fish at pleasure from the shore; there are also moorings for yachts up to 20 tons available free of charge for all guests renting Lochleven Seafood Cottage. Please note that we cannot accept any liability for yachts whilst moored on the loch in front of the cottage. 170 £ nightly rate 595 £ - 1250 £ weekly rate for more information: www.lochlvenseafoodcottage.co.uk By road from Glasgow, Edinburgh and the South Follow the A82 signposted for Glencoe and for Fort William. Visitors driving from Edinburgh will link up with the A82 at Crianlarich. After Glencoe village, drive over the Ballachulish bridge heading for Fort William. Directly after the bridge take 2nd Right signposted Kinlochleven. Lochleven Seafood Cottage is about 5 miles down the road. Alternatively, at Glencoe crossroads turn Right to Kinlochleven and follow the northern shore of Loch Leven to the cottage immediately adjacent to the Lochleven Seafood CafĂŠ. (Argyll Coastal Route) The cottage is in a remote location around 5 miles off the main A82 road which runs through the Highlands. We have few neighbours offering guests privacy and also peace to enjoy the beautiful scenery and surroundings. We are extremely fortunate to have our closest neighbour Lochleven Seafood Cafe, a haven for seafood lovers. There are many things to do in the local area. It is perfect for outdoor activities with many facilities nearby. Lochaber known as 'The Outdoor Capital' is a hill walkers paradise with Ben Nevis and the beautiful mountains of Glencoe around a 20 minute drive. Kinlochleven offers The Ice factor, an indoor climbing centre featuring an ice wall for daredevil climbers. Water sports are available within the local area along with an award winning 9 hole golf course. For winter sports Glencoe Mountain Resort and Nevis Range are within a 30 minutes drive from the cottage. Plenty private parking is available at the cottage. It is essential to have your own transport whilst staying at the cottage. Local buses run from the main A82 road which is about 5 miles from the cottage. Buses run to the local areas but also offer transport links to Glasgow, Edinburgh, Inverness and Stirling. A spacious, newly built self-catering accommodation with stunning views across Loch Leven towards the Pap of Glencoe sleeping 8 – 10 persons. Lochleven Seafood Cottage is, at its name suggests, strongly associated with the freshest of seafood, situated immediately adjacent to Lochleven Seafood Café which provides the option to dine out and sample superb, freshly caught, Scottish shellfish as well as meat and vegetarian dishes from their regularly changing menu; alternatively, buy fresh or cooked shellfish from the shop and create your own meals in the cottage (you can see the locally caught shellfish live in tanks). Other options for dining out are available within a short drive. Lochleven Seafood Cottage – a large, newly built self-catering holiday cottage on the shores of Lochleven, Scottish Highlands – a haven for lovers of fresh seafood! The cottage is an ideal base for walkers and outdoor enthusiasts: the Mamores, West Highland Way, Glencoe and Nevis Range Ski Resorts are all nearby, or if you prefer touring – Oban, Fort William, Mallaig, Ardnamurchan, Loch Ness and Inverness are all within a day trip out. With stunning scenery, history, sports, or simple relaxation all on the doorstep – Lochleven Seafood Cottage has it all!). The accommodation comprises: 4 Twin-bedded rooms (each can be made up to a king-sized bed with appropriate bedding) A sofa bed in the lounge on the ground floor for extra accommodation 2 Bathrooms Open plan, fully fitted kitchen leading into dining room and lounge TV and DVD player in the lounge Full central heating plus an open log fire in the lounge The cottage is strictly non-smoking and pets are not allowed. Situated in its own ample grounds, there is ample car parking space. Just in front of the cottage a private beach leads to the sea loch where you can fish at pleasure from the shore; there are also moorings for yachts up to 20 tons available free of charge for all guests renting Lochleven Seafood Cottage. Please note that we cannot accept any liability for yachts whilst moored on the loch in front of the cottage.
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      1br apt. / condo
        Leven Retreat "Two weeks at Leven Retreat should be put on prescription!" said Caroline from Emsbay in July 2015. "Kinlochleven was a highlight of our visit to Britain." said Paul from Australia in July 2015. Luxury self-catering apartments near Glen Coe amid magnificent scenery in the village of Kinlochleven. Leven Retreat consists of two self-contained apartments - Oak and Owl. Each can sleep up to four adults and we welcome children, walkers, and bikers. Situated at the head of spectacular Loch Leven, nestling between the Mamore Hills and the Pap of Glencoe, this splendid rural village in the heart of the Scottish Highlands is the ideal base for touring this unspoilt area of outstanding natural beauty. Enjoying a central location in Kinlochleven with exceptional views within this Highland community, these holiday apartments have been lovingly created to provide comfortable accommodation within easy walking distance of village amenities and the famous West Highland Way. They benefit from wonderful views.Kinlochleven boasts the world's largest indoor ice-climbing facilities at The Ice Factor. The village offers visitors a real taste of the Highlands and is a wonderful base for visiting Glencoe and Fort William (The Outdoor Capital of the UK) - a renowned region for hill walking and mountain climbing in some of Scotland's highest peaks, a Munro bagger's paradise!
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          Leven Retreat, Kinlochleven "Two weeks at Leven Retreat should be put on prescription!" said Caroline from Emsbay in July 2015. "The owner of the apartments is on hand should you require any assistance during your stay but does not intrude on your privacy. We were very pleased to have chosen Leven Retreat for our stay in Kinloch & would definitely stay here again." said Moira in July 2015. Luxury self-catering apartments near Glen Coe amid magnificent scenery in the village of Kinlochleven. Leven Retreat consists of two self-contained apartments - Oak Apartment and Owl Apartment. Each can sleep up to four adults and we welcome children, walkers, and bikers. Situated at the head of spectacular Loch Leven, nestling between the Mamore Hills and the Pap of Glencoe, this splendid rural village in the heart of the Scottish Highlands is the ideal base for touring this unspoilt area of outstanding natural beauty. Enjoying a central location in Kinlochleven with exceptional views within this Highland community, these holiday apartments have been lovingly created to provide comfortable accommodation within easy walking distance of village amenities and the famous West Highland Way. They benefit from wonderful views.Kinlochleven boasts the world's largest indoor ice-climbing facilities at The Ice Factor. The village offers visitors a real taste of the Highlands and is a wonderful base for visiting Glencoe and Fort William (The Outdoor Capital of the UK) - a renowned region for hill walking and mountain climbing in some of Scotland's highest peaks, a Munro bagger's paradise! We offer recently refurbished luxury self catering and welcome short breaks. We have FREE WI FI.
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          2br house
            This all ground floor, well presented and cosy, semi- detached cottage in Kinlochleven, near Fort William, can sleep four people in two bedrooms. The Steading Cottage is all on the ground floor and is a well presented and cosy, semi- detached cottage in Kinlochleven, near Fort William, sleeping four people. The cottage has two king-size double bedrooms, both with en-suite shower rooms and an open plan living area with a fitted kitchen, dining area and a sitting area with French doors to the balcony. Outside there is ample off road parking and a rear, lawned garden with furniture. With stunning highland walks and plenty of amenities and attractions to keep the whole family happy, The Steading Cottage is an ideal base for your holiday in Scotland. Amenities: Oil central heating. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, TV with Freeview, DVD, selection of books and games. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Ample off road parking. Rear, lawned garden with furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop and pub 5 mins walk. Loch 10 mins walk. Note: Due to the unfenced garden, this cottage is not suitable for children under 12. Region: From the lush green farmlands of the Borders to the ruggedness of the Highlands, the Scots are proud of their land and identity. Scotland also has some of Britain's best beaches with glorious stretches of clean sand over which to roam. Town: Below towering mountains at the end of Loch Leven – often considered one of Scotland's prettiest lochs – lies the picturesque village of Kinlochleven. Boasting an abundance of wonderful walking opportunities through the magnificent countryside of the West Highland Way, visitors can also enjoy numerous fishing and water sport facilities in the nearby area. No matter what time of year, there are always things to do in the region, such as indoor climbing courses and activities at The Ice Factor - the world's largest indoor ice climbing facility – or the good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants which are situated in the town. Nearby Glencoe – a mere seven miles away – offers mountaineering, snowboarding, fishing and sailing opportunities as well as slightly less dangerous pastimes like as fabulous craft centres and the fascinating Folk Museum. Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. This all ground floor, well presented and cosy, semi- detached cottage in Kinlochleven, near Fort William, can sleep four people in two bedrooms. The Steading Cottage is all on the ground floor and is a well presented and cosy, semi- detached cottage in Kinlochleven, near Fort William, sleeping four people. The cottage has two king-size double bedrooms, both with en-suite shower rooms and an open plan living area with a fitted kitchen, dining area and a sitting area with French doors to the balcony. Outside there is ample off road parking and a rear, lawned garden with furniture. With stunning highland walks and plenty of amenities and attractions to keep the whole family happy, The Steading Cottage is an ideal base for your holiday in Scotland. Amenities: Oil central heating. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, TV with Freeview, DVD, selection of books and games. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Ample off road parking. Rear, lawned garden with furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop and pub 5 mins walk. Loch 10 mins walk. Note: Due to the unfenced garden, this cottage is not suitable for children under 12. Region: From the lush green farmlands of the Borders to the ruggedness of the Highlands, the Scots are proud of their land and identity. Scotland also has some of Britain's best beaches with glorious stretches of clean sand over which to roam. Town: Below towering mountains at the end of Loch Leven – often considered one of Scotland's prettiest lochs – lies the picturesque village of Kinlochleven. Boasting an abundance of wonderful walking opportunities through the magnificent countryside of the West Highland Way, visitors can also enjoy numerous fishing and water sport facilities in the nearby area. No matter what time of year, there are always things to do in the region, such as indoor climbing courses and activities at The Ice Factor - the world's largest indoor ice climbing facility – or the good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants which are situated in the town. Nearby Glencoe – a mere seven miles away – offers mountaineering, snowboarding, fishing and sailing opportunities as well as slightly less dangerous pastimes like as fabulous craft centres and the fascinating Folk Museum. Additional amenities include: cooker.
            chalet
            3br chalet
              Set in a elevated position over looking the scenic village of Kinlochleven 7 miles from Glencoe 20 Miles Ben Nevis Fortwilliam. Lovely 3 bedroom Chalet with fantastic views. Two bathrooms, lounge dinning area, well equipped kitchen all mod cons.
              house
              1br house
                This enchanting property has been decorated and furnished to a high standard throughout, providing quality accommodation and incredibly views of the ruggedly beautiful hills that surround the cottage. Situated in the owner's grounds on the edge of the pretty village of Kinlochleven, this modern, first floor apartment is just twenty-two miles from Fort William. With a light, airy open-plan living area and a double bedroom, this is a great location for a romantic break with the one you love or an outdoor adventure with a friend. With a garden to the rear of the property, visitors can even enjoy some al fresco dining against the wonderful mountainous backdrop. Amenities: Oil central heating. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, TV with basic Satellite, video, DVD, radio/cassette/CD player, small selection of books/games/DVDs/videos. All fuel & power inc. in rent. Bed linen & towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 1 car. Mature garden with patio area and garden furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop & pub 1 mile. Region: From the lush green farmlands of the Borders to the ruggedness of the Highlands, the Scots are proud of their land and identity. Scotland also has some of Britain's best beaches with glorious stretches of clean sand over which to roam. Town: Below towering mountains at the end of Loch Leven – often considered one of Scotland's prettiest lochs – lies the picturesque village of Kinlochleven. Boasting an abundance of wonderful walking opportunities through the magnificent countryside of the West Highland Way, visitors can also enjoy numerous fishing and water sport facilities in the nearby area. No matter what time of year, there are always things to do in the region, such as indoor climbing courses and activities at The Ice Factor - the world's largest indoor ice climbing facility – or the good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants which are situated in the town. Nearby Glencoe – a mere seven miles away – offers mountaineering, snowboarding, fishing and sailing opportunities as well as slightly less dangerous pastimes like as fabulous craft centres and the fascinating Folk Museum. Additional amenities include: cooker. Please note the price advertised is an estimate only. Whilst we hope that this estimate is as accurate as possible, it can not be guaranteed. Rates may change depending on season, changeover day, length of stay and other considerations. Additional fees may also apply; Please contact Sykes Cottages to confirm the actual price. This enchanting property has been decorated and furnished to a high standard throughout, providing quality accommodation and incredibly views of the ruggedly beautiful hills that surround the cottage. Situated in the owner's grounds on the edge of the pretty village of Kinlochleven, this modern, first floor apartment is just twenty-two miles from Fort William. With a light, airy open-plan living area and a double bedroom, this is a great location for a romantic break with the one you love or an outdoor adventure with a friend. With a garden to the rear of the property, visitors can even enjoy some al fresco dining against the wonderful mountainous backdrop. Amenities: Oil central heating. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, TV with basic Satellite, video, DVD, radio/cassette/CD player, small selection of books/games/DVDs/videos. All fuel & power inc. in rent. Bed linen & towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 1 car. Mature garden with patio area and garden furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop & pub 1 mile. Region: From the lush green farmlands of the Borders to the ruggedness of the Highlands, the Scots are proud of their land and identity. Scotland also has some of Britain's best beaches with glorious stretches of clean sand over which to roam. Town: Below towering mountains at the end of Loch Leven – often considered one of Scotland's prettiest lochs – lies the picturesque village of Kinlochleven. Boasting an abundance of wonderful walking opportunities through the magnificent countryside of the West Highland Way, visitors can also enjoy numerous fishing and water sport facilities in the nearby area. No matter what time of year, there are always things to do in the region, such as indoor climbing courses and activities at The Ice Factor - the world's largest indoor ice climbing facility – or the good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants which are situated in the town. Nearby Glencoe – a mere seven miles away – offers mountaineering, snowboarding, fishing and sailing opportunities as well as slightly less dangerous pastimes like as fabulous craft centres and the fascinating Folk Museum. Additional amenities include: cooker.
                chalet
                Excellent
                4 reviews
                3br chalet
                This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
                cottage
                Excellent
                29 reviews
                4br cottage
                  PLEASE NOTE, MACK LEVEN IS NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE TO BOOK. Mack Leven is in sleepy historic Glencoe village, a one-street crofting community which retains a rural feel while being convenient for all amenities and with excellent access to the main road network, both for getting here and for exploring the West Highlands. It is a quiet friendly home from home, surrounded by beautiful mountains visible from every room in the house. The cottage is within a few minutes' walk of the sea, forest walks, a well-stocked shop, hotel /pub, folk museum and a cafe serving delicious food (and serious hot chocolate!). The world renowned real ale pub, Clachaig, is a mere 3 miles away, and the area has superb restaurants specialising in local seafood, or why not eat in - Mack Leven has a fully equipped kitchen which will easily cater for eight. Sunsets over the loch and mountains are absolutely gorgeous. Our secluded garden is leafy and peaceful with a rich variety of birdlife. Red deer can be spotted on the hillsides, otters frequent the lochshore and seals are a common sight. Glencoe is a fantastic base for exploring the West Highlands - stay local and discover the beauty of Glen Coe and Loch Leven, or head further afield, with Oban /Mull, Mallaig, Skye, Caledonian Canal, Fortwilliam, Loch Ness, Aviemore /Cairngorms all being within easy range for day trips. Outdoor activities are well catered for locally, with a wide range of local providers offering everything from sea kayaking and canyoning to segway, boat trips and photography safaris. Walkers can tackle local Munros on foot from the cottage (there are over 40 Munros within 20 miles), with many lovely but gentler walks for the less adventurous, some taking in the beautiful forest just minutes' walk away. Skiers and snowboarders have the choice of Glencoe ski resort (10 minutes by car) or Nevis Range (40 minutes by car). Cycling opportunities range from world class downhill mountain biking to easy forest trails for families, or the excellent cycle path leading from Glencoe to Oban, with local bike hire available across the road from the cottage. Climbers can get indoor practice and tuition on both conventional climbing walls and on real ice walls at the Ice Factor (15mins by car), and families /beginners are welcome. And then there's the wealth of outdoor routes to be tackled - experienced local guides are available if required. Sea kayakers can enjoy some of the world's best paddling around the coast of the West of Scotland, with fantastic scenery, clear waters, wildlife, and uninhabited islands to explore. There are many providers supplying tuition and trips. ObanSeaKayakGuides offer Mack Leven guests 30% discount on coaching or guided trips (minimum two people booking). If you have your own kayak, you can launch almost from the cottage. Mack Leven offers all the comforts of home in a stunningly beautiful location. Parties of four or fewer using only 1-2 bedrooms get 10% discount (off-peak periods). We accept payment by electronic transfer /cheque in GBPs, or Paypal for overseas bookings (2% surcharge). 20% non refundable deposit, balance payable 6 weeks in advance, refundable only if property can be re-let for that period. Walking, climbing, ski-ing, sea kayaking, mountain biking are all on the doorstep - local guides will provide trips /training if desired. Boat trips on Loch Leven or out to Corryvreckan whirlpool can be arranged. Sea fishing, golf, canyoning, indoor ice-climbing, bike hire, photography safaris, segway trips are all available locally. Glencoe has a thatched cottage folk museum and National Trust visitor centre which have excellent local history displays, and the Macdonald Memorial attracts visitors from all over the world, especially on their Clan memorial day in February each year. PLEASE NOTE, MACK LEVEN IS NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE TO BOOK. Modern bright luxury self catering detached cottage in Glencoe village. All bedrooms en-suite, heated /double glazed throughout, open fire. Conservatory, fenced garden, gas BBQ. Owner managed & run family-friendly spacious accomodation
                  apt. / condo
                  Excellent
                  14 reviews
                  2br apt. / condo
                    A comfortable well equipped modern1st floor two bed apartment in the picturesque village of Kinlochleven 7 miles from Glencoe on the Westhighland way. A perfect home from home for those wanting to walk or climb at the national climbing centre, fish the river leven or take time to relax in the highlands with good bus service to nearby ferry links and Fortwilliam. Kinlochleven is a quite clean and welcoming it offers post office/museum coop two pubs with great food and warm welcome.The national climbing centre is situated in the village featuring the countries larges indoor ice wall and some off the most challenging indoor climbs in the country with a soft play area for you young climbers a great cafe and sauna. nestled in a valley at the top of Loch Leven beneath the Blackwater damn on the route of the west highland way behind the great Glencoe lies Kinlochleven in some of the most breath taking scenery in scotland. The property has A modern fitted kitchen with utility room to service all your families needs including wifi internet ,a coal fire and central heating.Two bedrooms, bathroom with shower,all towels and bedding provided with the most fantastic views from every window. The property has just been renovated to a very high standard with tv's in every room wifi included
                    house
                    3br house
                      A comfortable home which consists of Living Room, Kitchen, Three Bedrooms (Two Double and One Single) and Bathroom. With regard to facilities, there are all the usual utensils in the Kitchen. The Living Room has a Smart TV (free access to Amazon Lovefilm and Netflix accounts), Freeview TV channels, unlimited Wi-Fi / Broadband, Video/DVD Player and Recorder, CD player and radio, a small collection of DVD's, CD's, Books and Board Games. There is a small garden at the front and a larger garden to the rear of the property. The village of Kinlochleven is situated at the head of Loch Leven and is at the foot of The Mamore Mountain Range. It is an ideal base for walking, climbing, ski-ing, cycling, canoeing and all the delights of the outdoors. There is a regular bus service to Fort William with onward connections to Inverness and there is also public transport to Oban, Glasgow (with onward connections to and from UK towns / cities). There is also an excellent rail service from Fort William to Glasgow and overnight Sleeper Service from Fort William to London. If you need assistance regarding travel planning, please contact me and I would be delighted to assist you. Within the village itself, there is a hotel, inn and pub which all offer food and beverage should you wish to dine out. There is a local Co-operative supermarket for groceries and newspapers. Ideal base for exploring the delights of the Great Outdoors. Kinlochleven is part of the West Highland Way Walk.
                      house
                      Excellent
                      3 reviews
                      3br house
                        Self catering holiday accommodation for up to 5 people in a spectacular West Highland village setting in Lochaber, the Outdoor Capital of the U.K. This traditional, tastefully modernised home is located in the Highland village of Kinlochleven and offers bright, welcoming "home from home" self catering accommodation. It has a driveway to the front bordered by flowerbeds and a fully enclosed, dog friendly, well tended side and rear garden. All bed linen and towels are supplied. Dogs are welcome by prior arrangement. Local amenities including village store, hotel and pubs all are within easy level walking distance no more than 5 minutes away. There is a sheltered parking area for motorcycles / mountain bikes. Unlimited wireless broadband is available. Nestled at the head of a picturesque sea loch between the towering Glencoe and Nevis mountain ranges, Kinlochleven is ideally situated for a broad variety of outdoor pursuits including hill walking, fishing, climbing, skiing, water sports, mountain biking and golf. It is also on the route of the West Highland Way long distance walking trail which links Glasgow to Fortwilliam. The Ice Factor is located in the village and boasts the largest indoor ice climbing wall in Europe. Cosy, pet friendly self catering accommodation located in the Scottish Highland village of Kinlochleven. Close to Glencoe, Fort William and the West Highland Way. Ideal base for cycling, mountain biking, hill walking or just soakng up the spectacular Highland scenery.
                        Bed & Breakfast
                        1br Bed & Breakfast
                        • Wifi
                        • Pets Allowed
                        • Breakfast
                        The SpaceYou might be surprised to learn that Yatter Whaup Croft is a brand new house! Built to the highest standards by its owners, Christina and David, it has all modern facilities including underfloor heated stone floors, double glazing and really efficient insulation. Inside, it is built with traditional methods using real oak beams, doors and woodwork and feels both warm and welcoming.... Our rooms are newly furnished with everything one would need and guests have the use of the dining room which has comfortable soft furnishings should you wish to relax outside your room. The views are just wonderful! We know that you will be both surprised and delighted by our home!...... Interaction with GuestsYou will be warmly but unobtrusively welcomed to our home, but we believe that holidays are your time. If you need our help or company, we are there for you....... The NeighborhoodGlencoe almost needs no introduction. Steeped in history, surrounded by the most wonderful scenery, wildlife and people, the area offers something for everyone. Walking, climbing, boating and cycling are just the beginning.... What would you like to do here?! Getting AroundGlencoe has excellent links by road and water. Buses run frequently in the area, including long distance services to all major Scottish cities. There are excellent cycle tracks up and down the West Coast and into the hills and the West Highland Rail Line runs from nearby Fort William from Glasgow and out to the West coast at Mallaig.
                        Bed & Breakfast
                        1br Bed & Breakfast
                        • Wifi
                        • Pets Allowed
                        • Breakfast
                        • Parking
                        Please see our other listing for the Double Room. If you wish to book both rooms, you must reserve each on their own listing site