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The Glencoe Inn is a four star AA rated inn located right in the heart of Glencoe, with stunning views out over Loch Leven.
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Number of Bedrooms: 15
Parking Spaces: 30
Steps into Hotel: 4
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
While staying at the Glencoe Inn experience the best in Scottish scenery in the beautiful and historic surroundings of Glencoe. The Glencoe Inn is the ideal place to rest and relax after a day out in the surrounding countryside. Whether you have been walking, climbing, cycling or just enjoying the scenery, The Glencoe Inn offers the perfect environment in which to unwind.
The Glencoe Inn has 15 attractive and comfortable bedrooms and the majority of rooms enjoy views out towards Loch Leven; watch a glowing orange sunset over the Ardgour hills from the comfort of your room, or try to spot climbers when your room looks onto the Pap of Glencoe.
Take in the views from the restaurant or if you fancy dining al fresco there is the decked terrace which also comprises fabulous views over the loch. 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. 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.
The Glencoe Inn in Glencoe Village offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year.
All rooms offer en-suite facilities for you to enjoy a warming soak in the bath or a steaming hot shower, the perfect way to unwind after a long day on the hills. Tea and coffee making facilities are available in all rooms and we provide mugs rather than cups so that you can really get the most out of your morning cuppa. Homemade biscuits are provided in all rooms on arrival. The well appointed bedrooms also offer 17 inch flat screen plasma televisions in each room, meaning that you can enjoy your favourite shows while you are away.
Families are welcome; the hotel has four large family rooms, capable of accommodating up to three adults and one child.
This Glencoe Hotel is pet friendly, with dogs allowed in all areas of the Inn with the exception of the restaurant. Each pet is charged at £10 per stay.
Bar & Restaurant
The Glencoe Inn restaurant offers splendid views across Loch Leven and St. Munda's Isle, the burial ground of the ill fated MacDonalds and out to the Morvern Hills in the west. Frequently you can see sailing boats out on the loch from the Ballachulish sailing club.
The restaurant menu offers a great variety fresh local fish and seafood. Mussels, scallops and langoustines are all available, cooked simply to allow the taste of what can be argued as some of the best Scottish seafood to shine through. Also on offer are hearty, filling meals such as steak and chips or the delicious Glencoe Burger; unique to The Glencoe Inn it is served with Parma ham and Mull of Kintyre cheddar. For dessert, choose a comforting apple crumble with custard or the decadence of a chocolate fudge cake. There is also a selection of fine Scottish cheeses.
The restaurant at the inn offers am evening supper menu. If you require later dining, please let the hotel know and they will be happy to arrange.
Monday to Sunday 8.00am - 10.00pm -Visit the Glencoe Gathering restaurant, right next door to the inn, the retro fish and chip bar.
Breakfast: 8am – 9.30am
Lunch (The Glencoe Gathering, adjacent to the Inn ): 12noon-3pm
Dinner: 6.30pm – 8.30pm & The Glencoe Gathering 6pm- 9pm
The bar and lounge at this Scottish hotel in Glencoe Village are warm, cosy and welcoming, with a wood burning stove as a main feature.
As a Scotch Whisky Embassy the bar stocks a wide selection of whiskies from around Scotland and the trained staff will be happy to guide you through the subtle differences between the strong flavoured malts from Islay to the neutral flavours of the Lowlands. The hotel also has its own 10yr old single malt 'Glencoe Inn Dram'.
The bar also has a selection of Scottish ales and lagers on tap with rolling ale of the month. An extensive wine list is available from easy drinking sauvignons to full body merlots. Favourite spirits are on the shelf as a cool aperitif as are liqueurs, enjoyable after a good meal.
Directions to the Glencoe Inn in Glencoe Village
If you are travelling from the south follow the A82 then at the Tyndrum junction follow the road in the direction of Fort William continuing on the A82. With Glencoe Village on your right hand side, pass the filling station on the left and The Glencoe Hotel is a further 100 metres on left hand side. If you are coming from the north take the A82 south from Fort William, The Glencoe Inn is located on the right hand at the start of Glencoe Village.
The nearest train station to The Glencoe Inn is Fort William.
Hotel Notice Board
Updated 13/03/2020: ‘Due to current exceptional circumstances, all new and existing bookings booked on a Non Refundable Rate/Advance Purchase Rate up to and including 31st May can be changed free of charge’.
Unless otherwise stated guests staying on a rate/package inclusive of Dinner will receive a 3 course set menu with the option to substituted dishes from the A La Carte Menu at a supplement.
Check-in 3pm. Check-out 11am.
The four star rating for the Glencoe Inn is a four star inn rating and not a 4 star hotel rating.
The Glencoe Inn is able to offer those who have walking and climbing equipment an area to dry out their things for the next day in the dedicated Boot Room. Kept at a constant warm temperature, the Boot Room means that equipment can be left securely overnight to dry out, without taking up space in the bedroom. Another advantage for those who enjoy the outdoors is the separate shower room. If you have been camping, pop in for a bite to eat and a hot shower.
Glencoe’s main attraction is its scenery...it’s a Scottish Hollywood! For almost 70 years film makers have flocked here to try and incorporate the scenery’s jaw-dropping grandeur into their movies. Globally famous movies filmed in and around the area include The 39 Steps, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Braveheart, Rob Roy, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Skyfall...you get the idea.
There’s a choice of water sports available on the lochs and miles of rugged mountain biking terrain (with bike hire in the village) plus winter sports include skiing, snowboarding and rock and ice climbing. In fact we’re home to the world’s largest indoor ice wall, at the Ice Factor in Kinlochleven, AND the highest mountain in the British Isles, Ben Nevis in Fort William.
For a more laid back approach, spend the day fishing (there’s superb salmon fishing in the Rivers Coe and Orchy) or make some new friends and join the bird watchers, botanists and wildlife enthusiasts who all flock to Glencoe for its literally breathtaking landscape.
If you have kids be sure to pop into the award-winning Glencoe Visitor Centre (1½ miles south), with its interactive fun stuff to do for kids and adults. There’s a shop and café too selling irresistible homemade cakes...