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681glen coe.jpgWhen visiting Glencoe for the first time you are likely to be awe struck by the magnificence, scale and beauty of this unspoilt wilderness. Rugged mountain peaks, gushing waterfalls and rivers, and tranquil lochs. This has to be one of the most stunning and beautiful places in the world. A very popular place for Walkers, Hikers and Backpackers Glencoe contains a good selection of accommodation including: Glencoe Bed and Breakfast, Glencoe Campsites, Glencoe self catering, Glencoe Hotels which can all be found in our Glencoe Accommodation Guide. Glencoe is of historical significance being the site of the infamous “Glencoe Massacre”.

Glencoe village is within walking distance to the many walks and trails in the area. The nearest large town is Fort William which is approximately 16 miles (26 km) away, but easily accessible on a good road the A82. Whilst taking in the scenery at Glencoe village you could enjoy the local Glencoe Cafes, Glencoe Restaurants or Glencoe Pubs in the area. Whether staying on holiday here, stopping off or driving through Glencoe is a “must see” area of the Scottish Highlands in Scotland.