Situated in and around Glencoe, Scotland's most famous and scenic glen, all our cottages, chalets and lodges offer excellent accommodation, with full facilities in stunning locations. The perfect home from home.
Choose from a small but select range of chalets and lodges that nestle in the very heart of Glencoe, or charming cottages on the banks of the River Coe, beside the shore of Loch Leven on in a convenient village location.
Clachaig Chalets and Lodges
Fully modernised, centrally heated and superbly equipped. Sleeping 4/5 people in 2/3 bedrooms, master bedroom en suite. Open plan lounge, kitchen/dining area. Enjoy magnificent mountain views from the viewing deck or garden. They are set in a quiet location in the grounds of an award winning Inn.
Riverbank Holiday Cottages
Riverbank Cottages are set in a private and unique setting on the banks of the River Coe, just a 5 minute walk from the village of Glencoe, via the MacDonald Monument.
A pleasant and comfortably furnished home for up to 6 people. Features include 3 en suite bedrooms, large drying room, open plan lounge/dining area and a fully equipped modern kitchen.
Cherry Tree Cottage
A delightful cottage for 4 people in 2 en suite bedrooms. Popular with smaller family groups but not short on space and comfort. With evening sun deck and modern open plan living, this is a great holiday retreat.
Superior accommodation furnished and equipped for those seeking the highest standard of accommodation. Spacious and with many unique features, such as bedrooms with dressing rooms and en suite bathrooms, sun lounge and a breakfast room with views over the river. Sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms.
Arivonie Lochside Cottage
A former croft cottage which has been converted to a fully modernised, detached family home. Provides excellent accommodation for up to 6 people, and has its own private garden and driveway. Located at Tighphuirt, just outside Glencoe village on the shores of Loch Leven.
Quarry Cottages, Ballachulish
Taking their name from the once world famous Ballachulish slate quarry, these purpose built properties provide ideal accommodation in a small village setting but with all the benefits of easy access to the surrounding countryside. The three cottages overlook the shinty field and are close to the amenities such as the Co-op, local pub and restaurant and children's play area.
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|2013 Opening Times (01/01/2013 - 31/12/2013)|
* Our properties are available year round. With full central heating, and with winter sports on the doorstep, they are ideal for winter use.
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Glasdrum Wood is a wild woodland on the shores of Loch Creran.
The gallery is a purpose built space rare in the north west highlands and is the perfect place to...
Visit the West Highland Museum, world famous for its Jacobite exhibits but also for housing an...
Ben Nevis Distillery is one of the oldest licensed distilleries in Scotland and is home to The...
The Caledonian Bears are a unique collection of hand-made Scottish tweed teddy bears.
Housed in an atmospheric simulation of caves, caverns and mining scenes Treasures of the Earth will...
Nevis Range in Fort William offer a unique mountain experience for people from all walks of life.
Kinlochlaich Gardens are set around Kinlochlaich House in Appin, around half way between Fort...
The Victorian Druimneil House in Port Appin in Argyll features a beautiful large garden which...
Shian Wood is an ancient semi-natural woodland typical of the Atlantic coast of Scotland
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Beautifully situated on the north side of Loch Etive.
Visit the most complete charcoal-fuelled ironworks in Britain located near Taynuilt.
Glen Roy is a National Nature Reserve managed by Scottish Natural Heritage.
Achnacloich Garden lies north of Oban in Argyll with spectacular views across Loch Etive.
The Cairn to Robert the Bruce can be found near Lochawe railway station, 2 miles west of Dalmally...
Ariundle Oakwood is an ancient mossy oakwood, typical of the woodlands which were once widespread...
Cruachan the Hollow Mountain Power Station is hidden deep within the mountain of Ben Cruachan on...
Clan Cameron Museum tells the history of Clan Cameron.
Glen Nant is a nature reserve located 3 miles south of Taynuilt, in Argyll, on the B845.
Nine acre woodland garden around an eleven acre loch set in the Glen Lonan hills.
This award winning eco-building houses the Lismore Gaelic heritage museum, thatched cottage, Cafe...
Set amid superb Highland scenery, this monument is a tribute to the Jacobite clansmen.
Ben Lui is a range of mountain peaks designated as a National Nature Reserve.
Visit the mighty stronghold of the ‘Kings of the Isles’ where Jacobite heroine Flora MacDonald was...
Visit this small ruin perched on a hill near Oban which was once a formidable stronghold of Clan...
Welcome to Dunollie House
McCaig’s Tower is a prominent landmark in the resort town of Oban in Argyll on Scotland’s west...
This small and historic distillery is located in the charming coast town of Oban.
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