Lagangarbh Hut, Glen Coe

With towering snow-capped mountains, a deep, shimmering loch and thick woodland, the Glencoe and Loch Leven area is beautiful. It’s also famous, with the glen featuring in films such as James Bond’s Skyfall and several Harry Potter movies.

Glencoe village is picturesquely set between the banks of Loch Leven and the mouth of the famous glen, making it the perfect base for summer and winter outdoor activities.

What can I expect?

  • Glencoe and the surrounding area offers plenty of wonderful accommodation options, including charming B&Bs and guest houses, cosy inns, traditional crofters cottages, wooded campsites and a luxurious country house hotel.
  • You can stay right on the lochside, with unparalleled views across Loch Leven, or further up the glen, beside the glittering River Coe and the Pap of Glencoe.
  • Enjoy facilities such as on-site restaurants, free WiFi, outdoor dining and the option to bring your pets.

Why choose Glencoe?

  • For the jaw-dropping scenery - the mountains of Glen Coe, glittering Loch Leven and the River Coe are pretty hard to beat.
  • It’s a great base for trying lots of outdoor activities. You can ski or mountain bike at the Glencoe Mountain resort, walk along the West Highland Way, sea kayak on Loch Leven or even bag a few Munros.
  • Regular buses run from Glasgow and Fort William to Glencoe, or you can take the train to Fort William or Bridge of Orchy and travel to Glencoe by bus.
  • It’s easy to explore the area on foot, or you can use local buses or taxis to go further.

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