See & Do

Glen EtiveHere at Loch Leven Holidays we are situated in a quite location 4.5 miles from the main A82, which is the North/South route up the Scottish West coast.

Kinlochleven is our nearest village at only 5 miles away, The West Highland Way passes through Kinlochleven from the renowned Devils Staircase from Glencoe and the village is a popular stop off point for walkers and many visitors visit here before setting off the following morning to Fort William. Kinlochleven offers a selection of Bars & Restaurants, Post Office, Visitor Information Point, The Aluminium Story & 24 Hour ATM and Shops.

Eilan donan castleWe are only 6 miles from the spectacular Glencoe with all its history, it is probably one of the most famous Glens in Scotland.  Our local area website is bursting with information about the area discoverglencoe  from great walks and stunning scenery to great little cafes.

Fort William the home of Ben Nevis (the highest mountain in the British Isles) is only 16 miles away where many indoor and outdoor activities can be enjoyed.   From sampling the local whiskey to mountain biking it can all be enjoyed in Fort William. 

Arisaig BeachOban which is a lovely little fishing port where you can enjoy shopping, eating, walking or even seal watching is only a 50 min drive away.

Loch Ness the biggest Loch in Scotland is 1 1/2 hours drive away, through fantastic scenery (you may even spot the MONSTER!).  Find out all about Nessie at the Loch Ness 2000 exhibition

Ben Nevis copyWe are ideally situated to walk, climb, bike, boat or drive by car or motorbike around the beautiful area. Lochaber The Outdoor Capital of the UK  a whole range of activities right on your door step.

Here at Loch Leven Holidays we believe in trying to keep this beautiful area we live in, as unspoilt as possible, we must operate in a sensitive and sustainable way to minimise our impact on the local environment.

The jacobite over river MorarWe do our bit to recycle as much waste as is practical and minimise our use of fuel, water and sewage waste.  We aim to buy goods and services from like minded suppliers so that we work together for the benefit of the environment.

On and around the site, which is an old summer pasture on the Loch side, you will be living with many neighbours. They were here long before self catering accommodation was sensitively constructed on the site.

They range from flora and fauna of many kinds, orchids and grasses to fungi and litchen and many types of birds and animals from eagles, red squirrels to our infamous Pine martens who have been resident here for years.  Our Wildlife page gives you lots more information on what you might spot while here on holiday!