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Hotels Glencoe - Visit The Great Glen has a selection of bed and breakfast and hotel accommodation in Glencoe and Kinlochleven.

Glencoe B&Bs, Glencoe hotels, self-catering in glencoe, cosy Glencoe Cottages.

The Glencoe area has a very good choice of places to stay while visiting. Glencoe is an area spread out over several miles comprising the actual mountains and valleys of Glen Coe on the A82, and all the small communities that lie along the shores of Loch Leven and Loch Linnhe. For ease of locating suitable accommodation, there are links on this page to different types of accommodation for your Highland holiday or vacation.

You'll find Glencoe B&B by the sea or in the Glen or by the shores of the lochs or rivers. We even have places in forests and woodlands in quiet country settings. We recommend taking a look at Glencoe Mountain Cottages, and the self catering accommodation at Clachaig Holidays, Glencoe. There are a number of excellent self catering holiday accommodation options located in Glencoe, which you can view from this website.

Some of the hotel accommodation in the Glencoe area is graded for facilities by VisitScotland - our national tourist board, which awards a star rating to participating members. We also believe in choice, and so accommodation providers choose not to be members of Visit Scotland. This does not imply these businesses are inferior to those with STB gradings - just some people prefer to be independent. If you are looking for self catering, or touring and camping faciities, then you'll find Invercoe Holiday Park for caravans, motorhomes and tents perhaps just what you are looking for. 
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The whole of Lochaber area is a rual one and we provide links at the bottom of this page to other areas of Lochaber, which are not all that far away and each provides a quiet peaceful alternative to a bustling, noisy city. We hope you find a good Glencoe Hotel to stay in while visiting this beautiful area.

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Torlinnhe Guest House
Mark and Larisa would be delighted to welcome you to Torlinnhe, for an exceptional guest house experience in Fort William. Our guests’ comfort and enjoyment is our top priority! On arrival, relax a while after your journey, settle in our comfortable lounge and enjoy the spectacular views of Loch Linnhe and the mountains beyond for dinner and drinks.  In the morning you'll enjoy a delicious and substantial breakfast overlooking the loch.  You can choose a traditional Scottish cooked breakfast, or one of our other options. See our website for menus.  Your bedroom will have an en-suite shower room, tea/coffee making facilities, 26” digital television with Freeview, Netflix and a hairdryer. You will also have free wireless internet access, plenty of space to park your car, drying facilities if you need them and secure undercover storage for your cycle or motorbike. Whether you are visiting Fort William to climb Ben Nevis, enjoy a day on the Jacobite Steam Train or perhaps enjoy a day out touring, Torlinnhe is the perfect place for a relaxing stay during your visit to the Highlands. * Awarded 4 Star Guesthouse by VisitScotland * Just over a mile from the centre of Fort William * Six rooms - a triple, four double/twins and a single * Sorry, we cannot accept pets or children under 9. * We are a totally 'No Smoking' guest house * Organic Toiletries  * Open for dinner to residents * Picnic lunch offered to take away To check availability and make a booking, please enter your check in date and length of stay below then press the Search button.  We hope to see you soon!
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Schoolhouse Cottage
The flexibility of a whole cottage, with gorgeous views and brilliantly located for exploring the highlands. The Cottage The cottage is light, bright and warm with views of Loch Linnhe, Glencoe and the mountains beyond. The spacious living room has a vaulted ceiling and leads on to an open plan kitchen and dining area. The bedroom has a king-size bed with a memory foam mattress and fitted wardrobes. There is also the option to add a fold-down single bed in the living room. The whole cottage is decorated in restful, neutral colours.Surrounding the cottage are beautiful gardens with an outdoor seating area. Across the road, a path leads on to a secluded beach where you can enjoy a picnic and watch the sea life.Free Wi-Fi is provided, along with a TV/DVD player, a fully equipped kitchen and an attached laundry room. Available for a three night minimum, the cottage offers flexible accommodation for up to three people. We can provide a cot and high chair for wee ones. Dogs  are welcome at no additional charge, by prior agreement. Guest Access The cottage is exclusively yours for the duration of your stay and has its own front and back doors, ensuring private access. Interaction with Guests Chris and Sarah are the owners of the cottage and live next door in "Tigh Sgoile", which is Gaelic for "School House" and was the former village school. Living next door means that we are on hand in case you have any queries. We would also be delighted to give you recommendations about places to visit and local pubs and walks. The Neighbourhood The Onich Hotel is in walking distance and has a nice bar with an open fire. Dogs are welcome there. The restaurant has beautiful views over the loch and there is regular live music. There are many other nice places to eat nearby including the Loch Leven hotel and the Laroch restaurant and bar in Ballachulish. For seafood, you could try the Loch Leven Seafood Café.As the Outdoor Capital of the UK, the region of Lochaber is fantastic for all kinds of outdoor activities including hiking, sailing, skiing, ice-climbing and cycling. The ski resorts of Glencoe and the Nevis ranges are about 25 minutes' drive away and are open all year round for skiers and hikers. Boat trips to visit the islands and spot wildlife depart from Loch Leven and Loch Linnhe. A thirty mile radius from the cottage takes in Ben Nevis, the mountains of Glencoe, the world's largest indoor ice-climbing wall, the Seal Sanctuary near Oban, Glenfinnan where Bonnie Prince Charlie gathered the clans in 1745 and the famous Harry Potter viaduct .... to name but a few. Getting Around School House cottage is on the bus routes from Fort William to Glasgow and Oban. It is also on the Oban to Fort William cycle path. Other Things to Note Access is very easy and there is ample car parking.Check-in is after 4PM One dog is welcome by prior arrangement. The cottage is non smoking.
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