The Macdonald Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Macdonald Hotel Kinlochleven
They are charging only £10 overnight for a wooden cabin by the Loch and for single occupancy too!
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Travel Blogs from Kinlochleven
... but tragic tale, as the Campbells took advantage of the ancient tradition of highland hospitality to massacre their hosts the MacDonalds as they slept one night. To this day, there is a major hotel in Glencoe that still refuses service and rooms to persons with the surname of Campbell. There is a sign above their front door very clearly saying 'NO HAWKERS OR CAMPBELLS", and they stick to it. Tonight we ...
... We'll we didn't miss it & we got on the right one so all in all. Very successful! The trip up was very pretty. Lots of lochs. We walked down to the town & I had fish & chips -the pensioner special and I still couldn't eat it all. Off to Iona ...
After our extended ferry ride and dinner in Oban Thursday, we drove a little over an hour along the coastal highway into the Highlands of Scotland. Our bed and breakfast was right on the main street of a little town, Kinlochleven, near Glencoe. The town kind of reminded us of Leavenworth, only smaller, set in the shadow of Ben Nevis, the tallest mountain in Britain. I had been through the Highlands before with Sara in 2007 and wanted to see this beautiful ...
Today started like every other day on the walk - a big bustle in the dining room as all the walkers and climbers try and get their breakfast eaten so they can get out on the path. Everywhere I have stayed has been the same - a mass exodus in the first half an hour that breakfast is served. So the track away from Kingshouse up toward the mountain pass was quite busy with 30 or so folk sorting their packs and their poles and trying to decided whether they needed a rain coat, for yes ...
... was tempting to just keep on going, I kept saying, I'll turn around at the next ridge, and then the next ridge and so on. I ended up walking for about an hour up the hill before I realised I really had better turn back otherwise I'd be staying another night in Fort William. Fort William is a lovely town, it has a high street that is closed to traffic so you can just wander along looking at all the shops selling mountain climbing stuff. It has the loch in front of it ...