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Set in the heart of Glencoe, Clachaig Inn is a popular hostelry with a rich mountaineering heritage. Accommodation is provided by 23 en suite bedrooms, most of which enjoy the spectacular mountain views. Clachaig has 3 lively bars award winning bars and specializes in cask conditioned ales and malt whiskey. Food is served throughout the day and the menus use a variety of locally sourced ingredients.
All reviews boots bar live music the pub game pie great atmosphere selection of beers chilli real ale walkers and climbers saturday night main bar haggis lounge bar main building glencoe village self catering drying room
We’d had lunch here the previous day, and there was the promise of live music the next night (tonight), at around 9. We planned (and executed that plan), to get there at 7 ... it was absolutely rammed. Just as we were about to leave...More
Nice local pub! Nothing fancy just nice food, tasty when you have been travelling hours and need a meal, we went twice while we stayed at Glencoe Village, Recommended, recommend the steak pie very tasty and yummy! They also do loads of different gins
Had supper at the Clachaig two nights mid November. Can't fault it. Good food and generous measures, the beer and cider is good, as is their amazing whisky library. Friendly staff. Great live music. Top place.
I stayed here just over 20 years ago when I bagged my first (and only to date) Munro. It was a standard gaff with decent food and a bouncing climbers bar back then. I had been back since when the owners had updated the lounge...More
The only real place to stay in Glen Coe is right in the middle of the mountains at this fine Inn. You drive that stunning route through Glen Coe and take a little road on the right and nestling in the hills is this cute...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