Plan your stay in and around Glencoe

When you think of Scotland, your imagination will conjure up many different things.  The Highlands, historic and ruined castles, jagged mountains, glistening lochs, battling clans, majestic glens, kilts, whisky and haggis, desolate moorland, rutting deer, outdoor adventure – the essence of Scotland means different things to different people.

The Glencoe and Loch Leven area has it all in abundance. During the recovery phases from the Covid-19 crisis, all businesses here are following Government advice and guidelines to keep their visitors, staff and communities safe. Further information on what’s open and how to travel safely at this time please check here

A few things may be different because of social distancing, increased hand hygiene and cleaning, in addition to other guidelines. But all our businesses who are open continue to offer a warm welcome, and the same great quality of service and hospitality that they did before lockdown. Further updates are also available at News pages

As you cross the raw desolation of Rannoch Moor and plunge down into the glen enclosed by towering bastions of rock, forged by ice age glaciers and the ravages of Scottish weather, you enter a wild land (as recognised by Scottish Natural Heritage) and real piece of Scottish History. Here you’ll find a wonderful world that has been unspoilt and unchanged for centuries that has captured the hearts and minds of every visitor. It’s a place where time means little.

Let your imagination run wild as you learn of the history of the glen, and the notorious Glencoe Massacre of 1692.  The burial isles of Eilean Munde a stark and poignant reminder of the most notorious acts of treachery in Scottish history.

Make Glencoe and the Loch Leven area your base and the gateway to an inspiring and unique landscape as you explore and experience the surrounding areas and all they have to offer.

Updated: 15 July 2020

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