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Glencoe Hotel
Glencoe
Highlands

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Situated in the heart of some of Scotland's most stunning scenery, the Glencoe Hotel is the perfect base from which to explore the historic area. For those seeking a more active holiday glencoe offers ski-ing, snowboarding and some of the finest climbing, hill-walking, fishing and mountain biking terrain in Britian. Crerar Hotels will be developing this site in the future to offer a new hotel in Glencoe with 80 bedrooms, leisure facilities, highland restaurant and retail area.

The Glencoe Hotel offers a selection of doubles, twin and family rooms, all with en-suite facilities. In addition rooms at Glencoe are centrally heated and have television, radio and direct-dial telephone.

The Glencoe Hotel has fantastic views across Loch Leven to the Morvern Hills, so is the perfect setting for a snack, light lunch or dinner. Our bar serves an extensive selection of malt whiskies along with a variety of beers and liqueurs.

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Group Affiliations: Crerar Hotels
Number of Rooms: 14

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Price Includes: Breakfast
Double: £92 (standard)
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