Guests can experience the beautiful and historic surroundings of Glencoe during their stay at this charming hotel which underwent a full refurbishment in 2009 and now offers 15 bedrooms, many with superb views of the loch, a bar and a restaurant serving food all day. Built in 1932, the guesthouse also offers guests a lobby with hotel safe, a cloakroom, pub, conference facilities, Internet access and a car park.
The hotel is situated in Glencoe village and enjoys superb views out to Loch Leven and the Ballachulish Bridge beyond. The iconic Pap of Glencoe overshadows the hotel location to the east. The hotel is 22 km south of the town of Fort William and 1.6 km south of Ballachulish, with Kinlochleven 11 km east of Glencoe. It is located alongside the A82 main road with parking available at the front and rear of the building. Local attractions include the Glencoe and North Lorn Folk Museum, Anoach Mor and Glencoe Mountain Ski Centres Visitor Centre, the slate quarry at Ballachulish, the Ice Factor at Kinlochleven and Ben Nevis. Glasgow is approximately 146 km from the guesthouse.
The hotel has comfortable rooms, which have all recently been beautifully redecorated. The majority of rooms enjoy views out towards Loch Leven. All rooms offer en-suite facilities with a shower and bathtub as well as a double bed and tea and coffee making facilities. Other in-room amenities include a hairdryer, an ironing set and individually regulated air conditioning, and some rooms also offer 17-inch flat screen plasma televisions.
A continental breakfast is served each morning and set menu and à la carte options are available for dinner.
MasterCard, VISA and some debit cards are accepted as methods of payment.
From Crianlarich, take the A82 north to Tyndrum. Continue on the A82 signposted Fort William and on through Glencoe. The hotel will be on the left upon entering the village of Glencoe, just after the petrol station.
Satellite cable TV
Iron and board