Accommodation in Ballachulish, Highlands and Islands
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A Hotel in Ballachulish, Highlands and Islands
Accommodation Description:From: £39.00
The hotel is ideally suited to guests on activity holidays especially walking. Breakfast available at a charge from 8.00 to 8.45. Evening meal not available however plenty of options locally.
if possible please advise estimated time of arrival.Latest check-in 11pm.Alltshellach, a fine Scottish residence, formerly a bishops house, enjoys a classic Highland location at the edge of North Ballachulish village. The Country House accommodation stands amid lawned and wooded grounds sweeping down to the shores of Loch Leven with its superb backdrop of mountains rising to more than 3,000ft above Glen Coe. The nearest town is Fort William, 13 miles north, a bustling resort close to Ben Nevis.There are 38 Bedrooms at Alltshellach.
Single, Twin and Family rooms are available. All have en-suite facilities (bath or shower and WC). Youll find complimentary tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryer and clock radio.
Televisions and telephones are not provided in the bedrooms.Public lounges and residents bar.Plus brand new indoor swimming pool from December 2007..
Accommodation Rating: NC Self assessed
Map is based on address information supplied by the property and should be used only as a guide.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Glen Coe - 4.6 miles (Countryside)
West Highland Museum - 9 miles (Museum)
Road to the Isles - 9 miles (Countryside)
Old Inverlochy Castle - 10.3 miles (Castle)
Castle Stalker - 12.1 miles (Castle)
Glenfinnan Monument - 15.8 miles (Historic Building)
Glenfinnan Viaduct - 15.8 miles (Countryside)
Ardchattan Priory - 16.3 miles (Abbey)
Bonawe Iron Furnace - 17.9 miles (Historic Building)
Clan Cameron Museum - 19 miles (Museum)
Nearby Towns & Villages to Visit
Braemar - 70.7 miles away
Cromdale - 76.1 miles away
Crathie - 78 miles away
Saddell - 81.2 miles away
Ballindalloch - 83.8 miles away
Ballater - 84.1 miles away
Dallas - 87.6 miles away
Broughty Ferry - 89.3 miles away
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low to exceptional) on historic interest
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