We are currently the proud guardians of this magnificent mansion house, which is, as the name suggests, situated in the famous Glencoe Glen in the Highlands of Scotland.
Glencoe House offers elegant accommodation located in 10 acres of private gardens in the heart of Scotland’s Highlands. This historic mansion, the former home of Lord Strathcona, offers tranquillity and outdoor adventure. Suited equally to those who wish to gaze at the Pap of Glencoe from their window and those want to take on the challenge to climb it, Glencoe House invites you into the comfort and refuge of your own suite.
Glencoe House offers luxury, 5 star suite accommodation in the heart of the Scottish Highlands and is an ideal location for all occasions from a short break on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis to a unique and special wedding venue.
The size and charm of the suites at Glencoe House are unprecedented in Scotland and indeed the UK. One of the unique features of our suites is your large private sitting room, which boasts numerous original features such as marble fireplaces and ornate ceilings. Breakfast is served in the comfort of your private dining room table in your sitting room and will help you ease into your the day. After a day’s excursions you may also wish to remain within the confines of your suite for dinner. A five-course menu will be served at your own dining room table in the privacy of your suite. A sample of our evening menu can be downloaded here.
The charming bedroom and bathroom continues the boutique hotel ambiance making you feel as though you are resident in your own historic mansion house albeit with the convenience of 21st century technology such as free wifi. As a small hotel, Glencoe House prides itself on being able to provide a personalized service but don’t take our word for it, see trip advisor for guest reviews.
For the adventurous, the Glencoe area offers numerous activities such as walking, hiking, fishing, skiing or snowboarding and mountain biking. For those who want to take it easier, visits can be arranged for instance to the National Trust visitor centre or the ‘Harry Potter’ train which travels through Glenfinnan. Alternatively you may retreat to your suite and relish the view of the Pap of Glencoe mountain or Loch Leven while sitting in front of a roaring fire.
Roger Niemeyer and Judy Pate
Guardians of Glencoe House