Photo credit: Clachaig Inn

Local Partners

Below is a list of the local businesses working with us to promote Glencoe and the surrounding areas as a great destination to experience Scotland.

 

Places to Eat

Glencoe Cafe

Situated just along the street from Glencoe Folk Museum, a warm welcome and delicious refreshments await you at Glencoe Cafe.

Clachaig Inn

If you are looking for a good food, cosy surroundings and great craic then look no further! Food is served throughout the day from Clachaig's extensive and imaginative menu.

Places to Stay
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Ballachulish Hotel

Roaring log fires, peaceful surroundings, a cosy atmosphere and over one hundred years of traditional hospitality make the Ballachulish Hotel a real highland gem. Whether you’re looking to escape the hectic pace of everyday life or simply explore, you’ve found the place.

Birchbrae Highland Lodges

Seven luxury self catering Scandinavian style holiday lodges set in a peaceful and secluded woodland clearing eight miles south of Fort William in the Highlands of Scotland.

Birchbrae Highland Lodges

Seven luxury self catering Scandinavian style holiday lodges set in a peaceful and secluded woodland clearing eight miles south of Fort William in the Highlands of Scotland.

Caolasnacon Caravan & Camping Park

Nestled in an idyllic setting just outside Kinlochleven and a few miles from magnificent Glencoe, on the south shore of Loch Leven in the beautiful Scottish Highlands.

Clachaig Inn

Nestling in the very heart of Glencoe, amongst the spectacular and majestic mountains of the Scottish Highlands, Clachaig Inn has been a source of accommodation and hospitality for travellers for over three hundred years.

Corran Bunkhouse

Corran Bunkhouse is situated on the banks of Loch Linnhe, in central Lochaber and is located at the heart of the Nevis Range, the Mamores and the Glen Coe mountain ranges. It is ideal for walking, climbing, skiing, fishing, canoeing, kayaking as well as for those who love the great outdoors.

Creag Mhor Lodge

Creag Mhor Lodge is a family run Victorian lochside lodge built in 1890 built as a private residence for the wife of the Episcopalian Bishop of Argyll and the Isles. The property is located on the on the shores of Loch Linnhe surrounded by stunning scenery.

Fern Villa Guest House

Fine Highland hospitality in Ballachulish. Fern Villa Guest House is an ideal base for exploring the Scottish Highlands.

Ghlasdruim

A warm and friendly welcome to Ghlasdruim in the heart of Glencoe Village awaits. This comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation is set in a large garden with fine views of the Pap of Glencoe.

Glencoe Hostel

Glencoe Independent Hostel & Self Catering Accommodation, owned and run by outdoor enthusiasts Keith & Davina Melton, is set in its own grounds at the foot of historic & dramatic Glencoe. They are perfectly located for those seeking great value accommodation and who want to explore the west coast of the Scottish Highlands.

Isles of Glencoe Hotel

Almost afloat, the Isles of Glencoe Hotel & Leisure Centre nestles on the side of a peninsula reaching into Loch Leven. This friendly, modern hotel offers everything you might need on holiday; spacious bedrooms with loch and mountain-views, a relaxed atmosphere and great food.

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Tigh Bhan

Situated in the village of Duror,  Tigh Bhan makes an ideal base to explore the area and sample the activities it has to offer including hill walking, mountain climbing, sailing, mountain biking, golf and winter sports. For people interested in photography, this is the perfect place with dramatic scenery and the abundance of wild life, not forgetting the many castles and monuments nearby.

Tom Eachainn

Tom Eachainn is located in the village of Ballachulish 15 miles south of Fort William, 30 miles north of Oban and a short distance from scenic Glencoe. They pride themselves on providing a friendly and warm environment.

Things to Do

Glencoe Heritage Trust

The Glencoe Heritage Trust undertakes to work with the local community, and other interested parties who share the same views in protecting Glencoe for the future

Highland Titles

The Highland Titles Nature Reserve at Glencoe Wood, Duror, is now an established visitor attraction with thousands of land owners visiting their plots each year. 

Ice Factor

Visit one of the top 5 visitor attractions in the highlands! Ice Factor is the perfect destination for visitors to the West Highlands. With activities like rock climbing, ice climbing and aerial adventure circuit, it doesn't get much more exciting than this! 

National Trust for Scotland Glencoe Visitor Centre

Before you explore the local area, find out more about the landscape, history and wildlife at the award-winning Glencoe Visitor Centre. Including exhibition, viewing platform, cafe, shop and ranger information point.

SeaXplorer

Based in the Outdoor Capital of the UK our daily boat trips take in spectacular scenery including views of Ben Nevis, Glencoe and towards the Sound of Mull. Our private charters will take you even further out to sea our fishing trips take you to all the best spots.

Vertical Descents

If you are looking for things to do in Glencoe & Fort William, why not try one of our activity days or activity packages – shortbread is great but the memories you will take home from one of our outdoor activities will last a lifetime.

If you are a local business who would like to be featured on our Local Partners page, please contact us for more information

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