Welcome to the MacDonald Hotel & Cabins
Here at the MacDonald Hotel & Cabins we pride ourselves on a warm welcome and friendly atmosphere. Situated on the north east edge of Kinlochleven we are ideally located for outdoor enthusiasts, either passing through the village on the West Highland Way, or taking a longer break to explore the great activities the Scottish Highlands has to offer.
There are 10 hotel rooms on the first floor, these all have en suite bathrooms (with baths – which will be a welcome relief for those of you walking the West Highland Way!) televisions, hairdryers and tea and coffee making facilities. Free WiFi is available throughout the hotel.
We have a couple of options for dining at the hotel. The Purple Stag Italian Restaurant and The Bothy Bar is our more casual food offering focusing on our amazing burgers.
CABINS & CAMPING
The cabins and campsite are situated immediately to the rear of the hotel on level grassy lawns. All cabin and camping guests have the use of the facilities which include: toilets, showers, token operated laundry facilities, potwash and drying room. There are no cooking facilities on the campsite.
Guests have easy access to The Bothy Bar and Purple Stag Restaurant for meals and drinks and at check-in guests can order breakfast and packed lunches for the next day.
Book Direct for Summer 2020 and Receive a £10 Meal Voucher!* *Valid on reservations for Hotel Rooms only. Excludes Budget Room. Applies to reservations arriving from 1st April 2020 to 31st October
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