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Holly Tree Hotel, Swimming Pool & Hot Tub, hotel in Glencoe

Holly Tree Hotel, Swimming Pool & Hot Tub

Nr. Fort William

Stunningly situated by the sea, this stylish hotel offers chic accommodation, facilities and dining All 20 rooms enjoy magnificent sea views and all are fully en suite with luxurious fittings and fur...

8.3
Very good
1,611 reviews
Price from£151.96per night
Loch Leven Hotel & Distillery, hotel in Glencoe

Loch Leven Hotel & Distillery

North Ballachulish

With a beautiful loch-side setting and mountain views, this award-winning family-run hotel offers free Wi-Fi and free private parking.

7.4
Good
1,196 reviews
Price from£89.10per night
The Ballachulish Hotel, hotel in Glencoe

The Ballachulish Hotel

Hotel in Glencoe

In a stunning location, between the mighty Glencoe Mountains, this baronial Highland hotel offers an irresistible blend of history and style with modern comforts and luxuries.

8.1
Very good
1,179 reviews
Price from£139.20per night
The Isles of Glencoe Hotel, hotel in Glencoe

The Isles of Glencoe Hotel

Ballachulish

Almost afloat, The Isles of Glencoe Hotel is nestled on the side of a peninsula, reaching into Loch Leven at the foot of Glencoe.

8.0
Very good
972 reviews
Price from£148.80per night
Glencoe House, hotel in Glencoe

Glencoe House

Hotel in Glencoe

A 25-minute drive from Fort William, Glencoe House offers accommodation in 10 acres of private gardens. There is free WiFi throughout the buildings, and free private parking on site.

9.6
Exceptional
98 reviews
Price from£510per night
RiverBeds - Luxury Wee Lodges with Hot Tubs, hotel in Glencoe

RiverBeds - Luxury Wee Lodges with Hot Tubs

Glencoe

Located on a private terrace perched above a river RiverBeds - Luxury Wee Lodges with Hot Tubs is set on a golf course and private estate in the Glencoe Valley.

9.2
Superb
1,001 reviews
Price from£558per night
The Glencoe Inn, hotel in Glencoe

The Glencoe Inn

Glencoe

This hotel has a stunning setting in the shadow of the Pap of Glencoe and surrounded by the beautiful Ardgour Hills. It offers rooms with homemade biscuits, free Wi-Fi and free parking.

7.9
Good
920 reviews
Price from£129.10per night
Loch Linnhe Waterfront Lodges with Hot Tubs, hotel in Glencoe

Loch Linnhe Waterfront Lodges with Hot Tubs

Kentallen

Loch Linnhe Waterfront Lodges with Hot Tubs is a apartment located in Kentallen in the Highlands Region and is 18 km from Fort William. Guests benefit from terrace.

8.4
Very good
594 reviews
Price from£245.61per night
SeaBeds - Luxury Lookouts with Hot Tubs, hotel in Glencoe

SeaBeds - Luxury Lookouts with Hot Tubs

Ballachulish

Featuring sea views, SeaBeds - Luxury Lookouts with Hot Tubs offers accommodation with a terrace and a balcony. The pods are located right on the shore of Loch Linnhe.

9.1
Superb
308 reviews
Price from£491.04per night
Beach Houses with Hot Tubs, hotel in Glencoe

Beach Houses with Hot Tubs

Glencoe

Providing mountain views, Beach Houses with Hot Tubs in Glencoe features accommodation, an indoor pool, a garden, a bar and a shared lounge.

8.8
Fabulous
154 reviews
Price from£427.50per night
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What guests said about Glencoe:

  • 10

    After a really friendly personal welcome from Tony and Mairi...

    After a really friendly personal welcome from Tony and Mairi, we settled into what is a luxurious studio, with great thought given to its design and decoration. The bathroom was amazing with an enormous rolltop bath as well as a very efficient shower. It was a cosy spot for the two of us and well equipped for a couple. It only rained occasionally, so we were able to enjoy the glorious view over a coffee outside on the terrace. We felt spoiled with the choice of possible hot drinks and chocolates placed around (there’s a nespresso machine and cafetière). The studio was spotlessly clean. We eat in at nights with the help of the microwave (there are rings to cook on too) only because I was too tired ! But we followed up our hosts’ recommendation of The View at Stalker Castle for a very nice coffee, soup and salad in a great spot down the coast a bit. Really though, loads of places to eat about, including the hotels 20-30 mins walk away via the cycle track. Another reason to return!
    Niall
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    We stopped at Glencoe on the way back from the islands.

    We stopped at Glencoe on the way back from the islands. As non-climbers, 24 hours was perfect to stop by the visitor centre and take in the views. The vistas are truly stunning and the national trust visitor centre is terrific - we had a lovely coffee there. It’s the most touristy place we visited on our trip, so I was glad our visit was relatively brief—but it really is a must see.
    Margaret
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    Loved, Loved, Loved Glencoe.

    Loved, Loved, Loved Glencoe. From the facility - beautiful... to the service - great ... to the dinner service at our room's dining table ... to the extremely well stocked coffee, cocktail and snacks in the room. Just all around terrific service, beautiful facility and very pleasant staff. We highly recommend Glencoe and are only sorry we didn't have more time to stay there!!! Anyone can book with confidence!
    Marcella
    United States
  • 10

    We stayed in Beach House 3 for two nights and it was far too...

    We stayed in Beach House 3 for two nights and it was far too short. Plenty of space with huge picture windows and a well equipped kitchen. The view and the facilities were phenomenal. Hot tub sunsets and then star gazing with dark skies. We could not recommend this enough and we will definitely try to return.
    William Innes
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    The hotel, its self, is very accessible and there are ample...

    The hotel, its self, is very accessible and there are ample parking spaces. The surrounding areas of Glencoe - has ample walking 'areas' whether on the flat or for climbing. As far as I am aware, you have to travel for nearest shop for provisions - But we were self sufficient - as I had packed reading material and things for us to do as we were there for relaxation.
    Kat 1
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    pretty much central location.

    pretty much central location. A lot of historical locations - including the area of the 'Glencoe Massacre' (you can 'feel the tension in the atmosphere in that area) - (well it gave me the shivers - the 'silence' of that area is haunting). We also visited the Glenfinnan Viaduct (AKA The Harry Potter bridge) - nice walking around this area - unfortunately we were too late to catch a view of the steam train!
    Kat 1
    United Kingdom

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Glencoe

  • From £148.80 per night
    8.0
    Very good · 972 reviews
    Both me and my partner travel a lot and stay at many BnBs hotels/ hostels were made to feel very welcome from immediate arrival at the Isles of glencoe.We visit glencoe and the Highlands religiously but was our first stay at the Isles of glencoe and for sure it wouldn't be the last, only booked for one night but will be extending our stay for longer next time. The staff were very attentive and the facilities and the food were top tier, especially for a 3 star establishment! The scenery was breathtaking.
    Alex kyle
    United Kingdom
  • 9.7
    Exceptional · 89 reviews
    One of the best places we have ever rented. Studio is set up to make you comfortable and they have thought of everything. The owners were wonderful and friendly. Showed us how everything worked, and even made our dinner reservations for the 2 nights we were there. Amazing view-decorated beautifully. Large bathroom with giant tub. Glencoe is a beautiful area and we had a great time because of this lovely studio and the friendly people that own it.
    Kathi
    United States
  • From £89.10 per night
    7.4
    Good · 1,196 reviews
    Nice hotel with a great restaurant and pretty views of the lochs surrounding it. The rooms was clean and spacious and was on par with the quality you’d expect for the price. We would definitely come stay again if we find ourselves in the Glencoe area. The location was easy to find and had ample parking as well. Being based near Glencoe also offered all the access to walks that Fort William does, but does so in a quieter, more tranquil setting.
    Reid
    United Kingdom
  • From £158.40 per night
    8.1
    Very good · 1,179 reviews
    We were greeted by the very lovely Ava on arrival, who made our stay extra special. We chose the Ballachulish hotel to celebrate my birthday and what also turned into our engagement. So many happy memories here. We had a beautiful room, with breathe taking views. All members of staff were an absolute delight, such a friendly team. The hotel its self is beautiful and has so much charming character. We will be back for sure.
    Yasmin
    United Kingdom
  • From £739 per night
    9.6
    Exceptional · 98 reviews
    A very special hotel, truly a unique experience, as it is a renovated castle / mansion with only 5 huge suites and breakfast / dinner is served directly to your room. Staff is very friendly and helpful (activities, tips etc) The view onto the lake and the surrounding gardens are spectacular! Truly a place to come and disconnect, indulge in the beautiful nature around the hotel and enjoy a very special couple of days.
    Philippe
    Switzerland
  • 9.9
    Exceptional · 147 reviews
    The property is located on the banks of Loch Linnhe, just outside Ballachulish so well positioned between Fort William and Oban for visiting the west coast, both north and south of location. The hosts are excellent and helpful and suggested lots of things to do and places to visit. The cycle track across the road is a great way to walk along the loch and to access the Holly Tree hotel (25 minutes) for a great meal.
    Julie Wood
    United Kingdom
  • From £143.10 per night
    7.9
    Good · 920 reviews
    I couldn’t wait to get home and write my feedback about the Glencoe Inn! We really enjoyed our stay in this place the staff were very friendly and welcoming. We have had a very pleasant stay and enjoyed a distinctive view during our breakfast the next morning. For anyone who is passing by Glencoe, staying at the Glencoe Inn is a must to complete your highland unforgettable experience.
    Isa
    Bahrain
  • From £148.80 per night
    8.0
    Very good · 972 reviews
    Staff was super nice. Restaurant had amazing food. The view in the morning and evening was unreal. Right at the Loch. Breakfast buffet was super blend of local specialty and your normal staples. Close proxemity to all attraction; we visited Glencoe National Park as well as Isle of Skye hikes and made this hotel our base camp. We all loved it.
    Guenter
    United States
  • From £143.10 per night
    7.9
    Good · 920 reviews
    Best hotel breakfast ever! We had a fabulous stay here at the recently renovated Glencoe Inn. All the staff were so welcoming and the food was absolutely phenomenal. We had fish and chips in the gathering at night and Engus and Mark looked after us so we. Had the best breakfast (you can have oysters for breakfast 🤯) Stay here!
    Leah
    United Kingdom
  • From £158.40 per night
    8.1
    Very good · 1,179 reviews
    The staff at this hotel were very kind and answered our questions about the area. They gave us great tips! The unexpected gin and tonic set up in our room was delightful. We had great views out our room window. The shared lobby is beautiful and the restaurant attached had good views and good food.
    Erin
    United States
  • From £183.52 per night
    8.3
    Very good · 1,611 reviews
    great location in Glencoe. a short drive to many restaurants and hikes. the staff was friendly and dinner and breakfast at the hotel was nice. the hotel was nice and quite and had a beautiful room view overlooking the water. wifi worked great. showers were nice, warm, and had good water pressure.
    stephie
    United States
  • From £278 per night
    8.4
    Very good · 594 reviews
    Views are exceptional and the hot tub was so relaxing in a wonderful setting. Lodges are cozy with good heating. Restaurant in the hotel was brilliant, food was great, we wished we hadn’t gone out one night as food wasn’t up to the hotels standard.
    Pauline
    United Kingdom
  • From £558 per night
    9.2
    Superb · 1,001 reviews
    We stayed in 7 hotels during our stay in Scotland and this one was the most expensive one. The concept is very cool, cute lodges in a great location, very clean and wonderful, very welcoming staff.
    Marin
    Israel
  • 9.2
    Superb · 125 reviews
    The property was situated in a great location for travelers on a Scotland road trip. Situated right in the middle Glencoe valley, it was a perfect stop for us before making our way to Isle of Skye.
    Gubbay
    Israel
  • From £183.52 per night
    8.3
    Very good · 1,611 reviews
    Hotel decor is slightly dated, room was a great size and view/location lovely, dinner and breakfast both good.
    Kirsty
    United Kingdom
  • From £278 per night
    8.4
    Very good · 594 reviews
    Location and the friendliness of the team, really warm and cosy… proximity to the hotel was fab.
    Emma Gwenhwyfar Marie
    United Arab Emirates
  • From £450 per night
    8.8
    Fabulous · 154 reviews
    the views were stunning. accommodation was spotless. Hotel staff were helpful and friendly.
    clare
    United Kingdom
  • From £739 per night
    9.6
    Exceptional · 98 reviews
    Setting was beautiful and property welcoming. Very convenient to Glencoe area
    A
    Anonymous
    United States
  • 9.5
    Exceptional · 104 reviews
    This was a perfect base for us to explore Glencoe's hiking in photogprahy.
    Stan
    United States
  • From £89.10 per night
    7.4
    Good · 1,196 reviews
    Location was beautiful, views amazing and loved the character of the hotel
    Sharon
    United States