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West Highlands

Glens, stags, views and open jaws, welcome to Glencoe.

Near Ben Nevis and over 50 more Munros in driveable distance, this is picture postcard Scotland. So many mountains, so few people and views that stretch on as far as the eye can see. Welcome to the west Highlands.

Isles of Glencoe Hotel

Perched on its own little cove on Loch Leven, the Isles of Glencoe is all about location, location, location. Look up out of the window to see the Pap of Glencoe, or look left across Loch Leven over to the little islands of Glencoe. Jump in the car and the Highlands are your oyster.

  • Modern, Scots/Scandinavian feel 59 bedroom hotel
  • Swimming pool, open to the public and residents of our Glencoe hotels
  • Views looking out to the Pap of Glencoe
  • Bar & restaurant focused on local produce from the land and sea
  • Refurbished bedrooms
  • Favourite for Sunday Brunch and great lunch stop (book ahead!)
  • Sea Kayaking, walking, climbing, canoeing, skiing, canyoning, cycling and more (really!) nearby

Ballachullish Hotel

First things first: it’s pronounced “Ba-la-hoolish”
Creaky floors and walls that hold tales characterise our 18th
-century hotel overlooking Loch Linnhe. It’s a traditional hotel focusing on warm, Scottish hospitality.
53 Bedrooms, packed with curiosities and memories and providing a feeling of being Laird of the estate. 

  • Views over Loch Linnhe from dinner
  • The bar is perfect for drinking up views and whisky – check out the whisky flights.
  • Traditional lounge for traditional Scottish afternoon teas – pinkies oot!
  • A firm favourite for Sunday lunch, best to book
  • Long walks, lazy days, drives and great food

Kingshouse Hotel

One of Scotland’s oldest hotels…or coaching inns to be precise. The Kingshouse Hotel has been home to travellers, walkers and wanderers for centuries and is currently having a rest.

New hotels rooms, the old Way Inn drovers bar and some faces old and new are on the cards with the grand transformation opening in February 2019. Perched on the River Etive and home to many a curious deer, the Kingshouse Hotel really is in one of Scotland’s most iconic and breathtaking locations: the Glencoe valley.

  • 57 new build hotel bedrooms
  • Restaurant serving Scottish produce
  • Refurbished bunkhouse too, right on the West Highland Way
  • The Way Inn, a traditional stop off for walkers serving food all day
  • Warm, Scottish hospitality and the odd splash of tweed