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We stayed here for a wedding, so I cannot comment on price compared to other places although I found it expensive. The inn itself is beautiful on the outside, but the rooms inside are nothing too exciting. The location is really fantastic, and there are...More
Classic iconic Scottish Inn: a real one-off. Superb setting in Glencoe with stunning views of surrounding mountains. Just perfect after a day outdoors. Welcoming and down to earth and family friendly. Very popular and busy serving pub grub in two bars - be early for...More
My family of four stayed here, split into two rooms. It is so peaceful. Yes, mealtime is hectic but that is because there are not a ton of other places to eat in the area. But the room was big and adequate. We did not...More
A cold misty day, a roaring fire, a great pint and venison pie. After walking around the magical landscape and getting a bit cold from the misty weather we went to the Clachaig Inn for a pint.
The restaurant is a place for hikers, tourists,...More
This is a nice lodge surrounded by gorgeous views. Arrived and were having minor car problems which the staff were most helpful with. Got settled in our room which was clean and comfortable except that shower was small. They have three bars/restaurants and we visited...More
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If you are walking the whole WHW then you will pass the Kings house hotel which has an excellent boot bar at the back and then sadly the walk crosses over the devils staircase to drop down into kinlochleven so the walk... More
If you are walking the whole WHW then you will pass the Kings house hotel which has an excellent boot bar at the back and then sadly the walk crosses over the devils staircase to drop down into kinlochleven so the walk skirts the eastern end of glen Coe while the chlachaig is at the other end of glen Coe there is a perfectly good path to it through glen Coe but it's a fair extra detour of the WHW