Isles of Glencoe Hotel & Leisure Centre

Address: Near Fort William, Ballachulish, Lochaber, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, PH49 4HL, United Kingdom | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on Near Fort William, Ballachulish, is near Glencoe, Inverawe Smokehouse, Mamores, and Stob Coire a' Chairn.
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    Travel Blogs from Ballachulish

    Day 6 - 5th day of hiking

    A travel blog entry by barblcunningham on Jun 11, 2015

    1 comment

    ... spelling) all covered in snow. We stopped for lunch along a creek and checked out the highland cattle on the Auch Estate. Interesting in this country is that most of the Way goes through privately owned property but the owners are required by law to permit walkers. Must check out the "right to roam" law in Scotland when I get home. We are now at our final hotel of the trip for four nights - nice to be settled for a few days. Over to Barbie who will ...

    June 8, 2015

    A travel blog entry by gayle.mclister on Jun 08, 2015

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... site of the massacre in 1692 before arriving in Oban our destination for the night. As soon as we were booked in we set off to the top of the town to view the harbour from McCraig's Tower, absolutely stunning. We had a beautiful Italian dinner on the pier before we headed back up the hill to bed, early start in the ...

    Loch Levan and Ben Nevis

    A travel blog entry by simoncole on Jul 15, 2014

    10 photos

    ... 15 minutes to an extensive flatfish but rocky summit area. We had glimpsed fabulous views through breaks in the cloud on the way up, but by this time the mist was clearing and our descent was in warm late afternoon sunshine with perfect visibility all the way to Mull and beyond.




    Some guide books describe this hike as a 'slog' but I rate it as one of the best, in the right weather. Certainly equal ...

    Trail of Tears

    A travel blog entry by kec100 on Jul 29, 2011

    45 photos

    ... a feudal society where Chiefs owned the land and commanded the work of the other Clan/Tribe members. Some Clans/Tribes were allies and others had been enemies for generations, this last eventually spilling over into alliances with, if you were a Highlander, France, Spain and Holland, sometimes England, and if you were Native American, France and England, occasionally Americans.

    I mentioned today’s trek was facilitated by a “military ...

    Jai Ho!

    A travel blog entry by staaacey on May 13, 2010

    16 photos

    ... because I love Patrick Dempsey!), so that was pretty cool!
    We went to the Isle of Skye, stopped for lunch in Portree (where I had the blandest burger ever; should have had the macaroni and cheese!), then drove even further to Kilt Rock, which supposedly looks like a kilt, but I personally didn't see the resemblance.
    We stopped in Fort William for supper, where we just got a bit of free time to find our meals. This was the only time on the whole two and a half week tour that ...