My wife and I returned here 11years after she walked the West Highland Way and after tramping over 20 miles in the rain she had been relieved to arrive at this oasis. In the middle of nowhere, but close to ski hills, a loch where there is sailing and some of the best hiking anywhere, this inn is quaint (ie, old and not updated). The room we had overlooked a towering mound (small mountain) with a beautiful early morning view as the sun lit up the fog-capped summit in a blaze of colour. The room was small, but everything worked. The bed was a double, so I did not sleep well. At our age, we require a minimum queen or twin beds. The latter are available, so if we ever go back, we will request them. Two storied building with no elevator, so be prepared to carry your luggage, especially if they are busy. All the staff are friendly. Breakfast is extra and our dinner was very tastey (pub style food) and not too expensive. The steak and ale pie was terrific.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This place is temporarily closed due to renovation. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Kings Hotel Glencoe Village
- Kings House Hotel Glencoe, Scotland