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Mamore Lodge Hotel

Highlands and Islands
PH50 4Qn

700ft above sea level on the slopes of Am-Bodach with spectacular views over Loch Leven down to the pap of Glencoe stands Mamore Lodge on its eerie like perch. Mamore was built at the turn of the century for Captain Frank Bibby. Bibby is possibly the worlds oldest independent shipping company and is now run by the sixth generation. The family were great hosts and entertained King Edward, Viscount Churchill and Sir Henry Fairfax-Lucy. Deer still roam the estate and with its spectacular landscape it has featured in the films Rob Roy and Brave Heart. The Estate covers 45,000 acres and is home to many magnificent Munro peaks over 3,000ft giving access to lots of high and low level walks from the lodge itself. It is also known as a great place to stay by those walking the West Highland Way, a now famous long distance walk. Well situated for exploring the West Highlands by car, with many beautiful areas just a day trip away youll be sure of a friendly welcome on return. 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. Inside, the hotel has 12 comfortably appointed rooms, 10 of which are en-suite, most of them retaining the lovely pitch pine panelling, a further 5 twin rooms with en-suite are provided in the nearby motel. 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.

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