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Clachaig Holidays, Glencoe

Situated in and around Glencoe, the most famous and scenic glen in the Scottish Highlands, all our self catering cottages, chalets and lodges provide the very best of holiday accommodation. All of our listed properties provide a high standard of accommodation and sleep between 4 and 6 people. Use our easy search facility complete with availability to find the property most suited to your needs.

Our Glencoe self catering holiday chalet and cottages are conveniently placed for pubs, shops and other local amenities. All enjoy magnificent views of the Glencoe mountains and offer easy access on foot into the surrounding countryside. Make the most of our invigorating fresh mountain air during the day and relax by the fireside at night with a dram. With luxurious accommodation providing the perfect holiday base in Glencoe and so much to see and do in the area, read on and find out why our holidays are truly Carefree.

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Features

  •   Winter Special Offers
  •   Walk to the pub
  •   TV/DVD/VCR/RADIO
  •   Superb Glencoe location
  •   Sleeps 2-6
  •   Sleeps 2-4
  •   Short breaks
  •   Restaurant nearby
  •   Recycling provision
  •   Pets welcome
  •   Perfect hideaway for two
  •   Open over Hogmanay & New Year
  •   Near a Golf Course
  •   Mountain View
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