Glencoe House offers elegant accommodation located in 10 acres of private gardens in the heart of Scotland’s Highlands. This historic mansion, the former home of Lord Strathcona, offers both tranquillity and outdoor adventure. The suites are suited equally to those who wish to gaze at the Pap of Glencoe from their window as well as those who want to take on the challenge of climbing it. Either way Glencoe House invites you into the comfort and refuge of your own suite.
Glencoe House Hotel offers spacious 5-star suites in the beautiful Scottish highland area of Glencoe. Each luxury suite in this house is steeped in history, yet offers all the amenities and comforts one could wish for. There are two types of suite accommodation, The Glencoe House Suites, which are located in the mansion house and the Bell Tower Suites that are located in a building just 50m from the main house. Click here to find out more.
Glencoe House offers a range of food and beverages to suit your mood. We offer seasonal menus with locally sourced ingredients. For those keen to be out and about sight-seeing during the day, tackling the hills or are spending the day at the beach, we can provide a picnic for you on request. A range of teas and Nespresso coffee are available in the room, which can be enjoyed at any stage of the day. Each suite also enjoys a well stocked in room bar or ‘maxi bar’ that includes a range of soft drinks, wines and malt whiskys together with a choice of snacks. Relax and enjoy a drink of your choice while sitting by glow of the open fire or wood-burning stove.Find Out More
For those who wish to tour around during the day or are inspired to explore the hills, Glencoe House offers all suites a picnic lunch to take away with you.Find Out more
Glencoe House is ideally situated for exploring the Highlands of Scotland. In the immediate vicinity, there are endless opportunities to walk, climb and mountain bike or stroll along a beach. Wildlife tours are also available on our doorstep whether by Landrover or by boat together with adventure sports for those who like to get their adrenaline pumping. For those interested in history, Castle Stalker and Inveraray Castle offer the chance of a glimpse back in time. In addition, the Glenfinnan monument of Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobite’s occupies a majestic position at the head of Loch Shiel. Click below for an idea of things to do in the area.View Experiences
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