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At a junction between the West Highland Way and the Rob Roy Way, this converted kirk offers mixed, shared dorms for walkers from all over the world. Although it is pricey as bunkhouses go, there are nice touches like scones and jam on arrival. The...More
I was surprised to read other reviews of how they were received at The Kip in the Kirk, as that was not our experience at all. Albeit we did arrive quite early, but we'd been up for 24 hours and traveled from the US so...More
I LOVED this place! The first thing they ask you to do when you walk in is take off your boots, and then you're fed tea and scones freshly made that day by the woman who owns the place. And oh my GOODNESS the scones...More
I have been in many hostels, B&B's & hotels and i have never had such an amazing experience! The Kip in the Kirk is a very cosy and clean B&B. In the morning you get a handmade breakfast from the extraordinary owner, Frances. She makes...More
We ended up here last-minute, and were pleasantly surprised with our room. There was no en-suite but we had use of our own bathroom next door which was lovely and clean with lots of space and a warm shower after a long day of walking....More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
USD 89 - USD 91 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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