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Reviewed 2 days ago

Some of the most spectacular scenery I have ever seen - try and stay for a couple of days at least because the mountains change with the weather and the light. An absolute must-do when visiting Scotland!

Thank Kate M
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Have always wanted to visit Glen Coe and it didn’t disappoint. Beautiful streams, rugged landscape and brooding Storm cloud capped mountains with a bit of rain thrown in. Just the way we imagined in would be - a sunny day is not the way to...More

Thank allancamer0n
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We started our visit to Glencoe at the Glencoe Visitors Centre. This has displays describing aspects of the region's history, geology, natural history and mountaineering. However, we felt that the displays were a little superficial and information rather sparse, certainly not worth the cost of...More

Thank Bartonbears
Reviewed 6 days ago

Our drive through Glen Coe was gorgeous. We were so glad that we took the side road back Glen Etive. I had been nervous about driving on the one lane road, but it was very easy and I highly recommend taking the time for this...More

Thank Starlaker45
Reviewed 1 week ago

We only had the opportunity to drive through as for most of our trip we were booking accommodation as we arrived in each place - Glen Coe was too popular to do this! So if you are going that way make sure you book in...More

Thank KirstRoeg
Reviewed 1 week ago

Glen Coe is one of the most beautiful and historic valleys in Scotland. My wife and I share the opinion that Glen Coe is on a par with Yosemite. Obviously smaller, but just as beautiful in its own way and maybe more historic. We love...More

2  Thank bltdjohn
Reviewed 1 week ago

Is it a beautiful drive? Yes. However, we were expecting more. Maybe it had more to do with the time of year or time of day that we drove through Glen Coe. It was later in the day due to car problems which also may...More

1  Thank liss143
Reviewed 1 week ago

Magnificent view, atmospheric, very humbling. If you can manage to find a parking space it's so well worthwhile the stop. Scenery is jaw droppingly beautiful. Viewed this part of Scotland in October, rain showers, sun and wind just made it better.

Thank traingeek611
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Trip Advisor never lets me down. I had asked for advice on the best way to drive to and from the Isle of Mull (leaving from Stirling Castle and ending up in Glasgow) without retracing our steps, and was advised to drive north through Glencoe...More

1  Thank TouristfromSF
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Glencoe was just wonderful to visit. We went in September when it was a bit rainy but managed to get in some hiking and sightseeing. After a very long day we stayed in Appin just on the water at the Pier House -highly recommend it!

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Jacquelyn M
28 June 2018|
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Response from malcolmmanners | Reviewed this property |
As said above, any bank will do it. But I find it even more convenient (and often a better rate) to use an ATM there. Often they don't charge an ATM fee (there will be a label if that's the case). Be sure to let your bank... More
Tom A
18 May 2018|
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Response from Pete_Chipp | Reviewed this property |
The above is in Fort William by the way. If you are actually in the Glencoe area itself, then try the walkers bar at the Clachaig Inn.
Dianna G
26 April 2018|
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Response from Pete_Chipp | Reviewed this property |
Hello Dianna, There are alot of companies in Glasgow and Edinburgh that arrange tours of various durations in minibuses to visit the Highlands from the major cities. They are geared up for people who don't have a car, and... More
Jacquelyn M
18 March 2018|
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Response from SumanthC28 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Jacquelyn, another word, it is not important that one must have couple of hours. You could have a wonderful time even with 30-40 minutes and still take some beautiful snaps along the way. Thought I should add this to make... More
Robert M
5 November 2017|
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Response from NiallInTheHills | Reviewed this property |
May and September are usually the best times for camping in Scotland. The weather is stable, rain is low and there is still plenty of daylight. The first week of October is also frequently stable, however the chances of... More