Places to go out & eat & drink in Kinlochleven
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Local Restaurants, Cafes, Pubs, Bars, etc in Kinlochleven

Places to eat & drink in Kinlochleven.





Lying at the eastern end of Loch Leven and with mountains on three sides, this picturesque village developed around an aluminum works built in the early part of the 20th century. A major hydro-electric plant was later established here. Today it lies on the West Highland Way and is a haven for walkers. One path leads to Grey Mare's Waterfall - one of the highest waterfalls in Britain – while a second follows an old military trail to the magnificent Pass of Glencoe via the Devil's Staircase. A major attraction is a huge indoor climbing centre containing the world's largest indoor ice climbing facility.

We cannot give a full list of all available food outlets but below is a small selection of those available in Kinlochleven or surrounding areas.

Kinlochleven Restaurants, Cafes, Bars, Food Outlets, etc

Highland Getaway

Leven Road, Kinlochleven, PH50 4RP
Tel: 01855 831258
E-mail: info@highlandgetaway.co.uk
Web: www.highlandgetaway.co.uk

Cafe bar by day, fully licensed restaurant by night, offering a range of snacks and meals, fresh coffee, draft beers and a fully stocked bar.
Type: Restaurant

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MacDonald Hotel & Lochside Campsite

Fort William Road, Kinlochleven, Argyll, PH50 4QL
Tel: 01855 831539     Fax: 01855 831416
E-mail: enquiries@macdonaldhotel.co.uk
Web: www.macdonaldhotel.co.uk

Home cooked meals served throughout the day along with a range of daily specials which typically includes West Coast salmon, Lochaber lamb, Glencoe chicken and local venison.
Type: Restaurant/Pub

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Mamore Lodge Hotel

Kinlochleven, Highlands and Islands, PH50 4QN
Tel: 01855 831213
E-mail: info@mamorelodgehotel.co.uk
Web: www.mamorelodgehotel.co.uk

Mamore Lodge has retained much of its original character. Built to withstand the extremes of the Highland winters, it stands as firm as on the rock it was built. The dining room, guests lounge and bar all have views out onto the surrounding mountain scenery; the bar with its open fire is an ideal place to relax before enjoying one of our wonderful tasty meals.
Type: Restaurant

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