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Glencoe Village

Glencoe Village

An astonishingly idyllic village, lying within the truly dramatic Scottish Highlands, beside Glen Coe and the River Coe. The wide open spaces, fresh crisp air and spectacular scenery available here are nourishing for the soul, providing an escape that allows you to feel unrestricted as you explore this wild and wonderful corner of Scotland. With nearby attractions such as Loch Leven, Glencoe Mountain Resort and the many mountains such as Beinn a Bheithir, Aonach Eagach Ridge and the Pap of Glencoe, visitors will be spoilt for choice.

After a hard day taking on the outdoors, retire to one of the warm, rustic pubs, serving up hearty invigorating meals with traditional Scottish hospitality, readying yourself for a new day taking on the rugged landscape.

We love Glencoe because...

  • Dramatic Highland scenery
  • Ideal for exploring outdoors
  • Area of historical interest
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Hotels
Hotels in Glencoe Village
The Glencoe Inn
The Glencoe Inn, Glencoe PH49 4HW

A friendly inn with gorgeous views and real Scottish charm.

2 nights from
£ 80.00pp
The Glencoe Inn
The Glencoe Inn, Glencoe PH49 4HW

A friendly inn with gorgeous views and real Scottish charm.

In and around Glencoe Village

Glencoe Mountain

An all-year-round, inspiring location with magnificent views of the local area, a chair lift, mountain bike trails, tubing, hill walking, climbing, photography and snow sport opportunities to partake in. Featuring the longest and steepest ski slope in Scotland, but also providing plateaued areas for ski beginners. In the warmer months, enjoy walking or hiking the local area sightseeing or taking part in some photography or wildlife watching.

Paddle Lochaber

Absorb the astonishing scenery and wildlife and feel the wind in your hair as you kayak the picturesque Lochaber coastline. No experience is necessary and all equipment is available to rent, under the guidance of passionate and skilled professionals.

The Dragons Tooth Golf Course

This special, loch-side course sits between two mountains and provides players with stunning vistas of the surrounding countryside and scenery. Welcoming golfers of all skill levels, from experts to armatures, this well-kept 18 hole course is a firm favourite among locals and tourists alike. Hire golf clubs or golf cars and receive useful advice from the passionate staff before teeing off and enjoy the calm serenity on offer at this establishment.

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