There are a variety of places offering evening meals. All eating places are a short car journey from the Guest House or at least a 35 minute walk from the Guest House. For this reason, we do suggest it is easier to travel with a car.
Listed below are just a few popular places.
The Laroch Restaurant and Bar
1.8 miles away from the Guest House. 5 minutes by car or 35 minutes by foot.
The Restaurant is run by Michelin star Chef Allan Donald. They provide excellent food and service using locally sourced ingredients. Food is serviced in the bar area as well as the more formal restaurant area. Booking is always advisable.
LochLeven Seafood Cafe
8.8 miles from the Guest House. 20 minutes by car.
A daily blackboard specials menu offers something for everyone including meat, fish & vegetarian options, while their children’s menu caters for families.
Live shellfish is caught locally by their own fishing boats, the shellfish is stored in their tanks, where the water is pumped continuously from the cold clean sea-loch on their shore. This allows the Chefs to access the freshest possible west coast seafood for the Restaurant.
The restaurant is surrounded by an unspoilt and unique landscape with the Mamores mountain range towering above and views across Camus Mhor (the big bay) to the Pap of Glencoe.
The Holly Tree Hotel
7.5 miles from the Guest House. 15 minutes by car.
With a formal restaurant area and large glass wall facing the loch to sit and watch the sun go down or a more casual bar area with a outside elevated decking area. They have a bar and restaurant menu.
Loch Leven Hotel
4.5 miles from the Guest House. 10 minutes by car.
Relax and enjoy meals with breath taking views at Loch Leven Hotel’s restaurant and bar. Both dining areas offer views over Loch Leven and the same wide varied menus. The Head Chef creates imaginative dishes with distinctive flair, using outstanding produce from the best local suppliers. Dishes on the menu might include local seafood such as scallops or langoustines and local meats and game such as Argyll lamb or estate venison.
The Old Ferry Bar dates back to the 1700s and is a popular and lively “local” with an open fire for colder evenings and a terrace for sunny summer days. The bar stocks over 60 Single Malts, more than 50 Gins (including ones made in their own distillery!) 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.
2.2 miles from the Guest House. 5 minutes by car or 45 minutes by foot.
The Clachaig has three bars in total, each with its own distinctive and lively character. Food is served throughout the day and evening. The atmosphere is very relaxed and informal. A large range of Scottish Ales, Whiskies and Gins available.
The house is set within its own enclosed large garden with off road parking for seven cars. With an acre of land, we have various
Breakfast is normally served between 8:00 and 8:45. If our usual breakfast times does not suit your plans, we can offer you alt
Glencoe is a huge land area, largely owned by the National Trust for Scotland. It is an area world famous for its dramatic scenery
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BOOK NOW Prices are not subject to any additional taxes and include full cooked breakfast. Prices are based upon two persons shar