Where To Stay

Glencoe in the Scottish Highlands is undoubtedly one of the most iconic and awe-inspiring places on Earth.  The scenery has been made even more famous by the film industry, with the landscape featuring in recent Harry Potter and James Bond movies.

Should you decide to visit Glencoe, it is hoped this website will assist you in enjoying your stay.  All of the locations and activities listed on this website are within 1 hour of Glencoe.


Where To Stay

Isles of Glencoe

Isles of GlencoeThe Isles of Glencoe Hotel & Leisure Centre nestles on the side of a peninsula overlooking Loch Leven. 

The hotel is situated to make the most of the awesome loch views.

Choose a room with patio doors onto the lochside or perhaps one with picture windows looking out over the loch. Whichever you decide, the one thing they have in common is uninterrupted vistas of sparkling blue water and majestic mountains.

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Tulloch Farm

Tulloch FarmLuxury self-catering holidays on a Scottish farm near Fort William

175 acres, 5 different accommodations to choose from. All our properties have log stoves and free wifi. On the farm you can collect your own duck and chicken eggs, feed the horses, sheep and goats, admire the Highland cows walk along the river and through the forest of Glen Spean.

Tulloch Farm can provide you with accommodation in a
choice of these five properties.

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Glencoe House

Glencoe HouseGlencoe House offers elegant accommodation located in 10 acres of private gardens in the heart of Scotland’s Highlands. 

Glencoe House offers luxury, 5 star suite accommodation in the heart of the Scottish Highlands and is an ideal location for all occasions from a short break on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis to a unique and special wedding venue.

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What To Do


Glencoe is one of the most iconic locations in Scotland, and there can be few places on the planet so awe-inspiring to drive through with the main road going right through the Glen itself.

Many people choose to explore the area on foot, although there are several tour operators and private hires available.

You will find yourself in the same scenic surroundings you have seen in the Harry Potter movies or Skyfall.  The well-known pass holds a wealth of history, most famously the brutal and tragic Glencoe Massacre.

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Vertical Descents

Vertical Descents

Vertical Descents have been delighting customers for years with their mix of thrilling, adrenaline pumping activities.

If you are looking for a really memorable experience and you aren't feint-hearted, try canoyoning, abseiling, white-water rafting and more with this well-regarded company.

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Highland Titles Nature Reserve

Highland Titles Nature ReserveThe first Highland Titles Nature Reserve, opened in 2007, is made up of thousands of plots which are supported by a global community of Lairds. This land is free to visit whether you have purchased a plot or not.

Located close to the historical Glencoe, the reserve is one of two Highland Titles reserves and is also an established 4 star visitor attraction. Every person that purchases a plot from Highland Titles becomes a Laird, Lord or Lady of Glencoe, even if it is a 1 sqft plot. We welcome all to visit this special area of the Scottish Highlands and thank you all for your ongoing support.

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Where To Eat

Dragon's Tooth Clubhouse Cafe

Glencoe CafeThe Clubhouse Cafe is an informal and friendly place to enjoy home baking, fresh coffee and free WiFi.

Open from 9’ish to 5’ish with beautiful views all around, you can enjoy the daily specials and warming atmosphere.

The Cafe is fully licensed ao why not try some local beers and lagers after a round of golf?

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Quarry Centre

Quarry CentreOpen 364 days a year, the Ballachulish Visitor Centre (known locally as the Quarry Centre) offers fantastic home baking, tea, freshly ground coffee, home-made soup, light snacks and lunches. It even does takeaway!

Opening Hours are 9.00 am - 5.00 pm every day with the cafe closing at 4.30 pm, although in the winter it opens at 10am on Sundays.


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CrannogSituated in the heart of Fort William, the distinctive red roofs of the Crannog have become synonymous with fantastic seafood and relaxed fine dining over the last 26 years. Using the freshest fish and seafood from the local area, a meal at Crannog is a must on any visit to the area.

Based on an ancient self-sufficient island fishing community, the name ‘Crannog’ was chosen by west coast fisherman Finlay Finlayson, who converted his bait shed on Fort William’s Town Pier into the stunning red-roofed restaurant. 

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