Accommodation in Glencoe, Tayside
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The Glencoe Hotel
A Small Hotel in Glencoe, Tayside
Accommodation Description:From: £60.00
Experience the best in Scottish scenery in the beautiful and historic surroundings of Glencoe. Now in its 77th year The Glencoe Hotel has just undergone a full refurbishment and now offers 15 bedrooms, many with superb views of the loch, a cosy and welcoming bar and a restaurant offering wholesome, filling food all day.Take in the views from the comfort of our restaurant or if you fancy dining al fresco there is the decked terrace which also comprises fabulous views over the loch. With the sun setting over the Ballachulish bridge and a bit of a breeze (to keep the dreaded midges at bay), what better way is there to enjoy a big bowl of fresh langoustines.The bar offers the perfect spot to indulge in some post climb analysis; with comfy seating and a large selection of beers, wines and spirits, tired legs will soon be recovered.
Work your way around the distilleries of Scotland, tasting malts from our extensive selection - from the rich and peaty Islay malts such as Ardbeg, to the smooth caramel flavours of the lowland malts such as Auchentoshan. Enjoy a glass of wine and thaw out cold toes in front of the wood burning stove, or join the locals for a cold pint and a chat in the bar..
Accommodation Rating: 3* (about ratings)
Map is based on address information supplied by the property and should be used only as a guide.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Glen Coe - 1.8 miles (Countryside)
West Highland Museum - 9.4 miles (Museum)
Road to the Isles - 9.5 miles (Countryside)
Inverlochy Castle - 10.5 miles (Castle)
Castle Stalker - 13.4 miles (Castle)
Ardchattan Priory - 16.5 miles (Abbey)
Bonawe Iron Furnace - 17.6 miles (Historic Building)
Glenfinnan Monument - 18.3 miles (Museum)
Glenfinnan Viaduct - 18.3 miles (Countryside)
Clan Cameron Museum - 18.9 miles (Museum)
Nearby Towns & Villages to Visit
Braemar - 68.3 miles away
Cromdale - 74.4 miles away
Crathie - 75.6 miles away
Saddell - 80.8 miles away
Ballater - 81.7 miles away
Ballindalloch - 82.1 miles away
Dallas - 86.2 miles away
Broughty Ferry - 86.4 miles away
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low to exceptional) on historic interest
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