In the November online edition of the Forbes France magazine an article about the Scotish Highlands and the Glencoe House Hotel was published. The editricePlease note that this article was only published in French.
“Glencoe House, built in 1896, offers elegant suite only accommodation in 10 acres of private gardens within Scotland’s most famous Glen. This area of the Highlands offers tranquility and outdoor adventure in equal measures and suits all levels of ambition.” Read more.
“Sometimes you stay somewhere that’s so perfect you find yourself talking about it to everyone who’s prepared to listen. How many ´hotels´ (I’ll explain the quote marks) have fully stocked bars at restaurant prices in their suites, and let you borrow their adorable dog for a walk?” Read the full article.
After only one year of planning and extensive restoration, historic Glencoe House, over-looking Loch Leven, has opened its doors for business, now offering some of the most elegant and spacious accommodation in the Highlands of Scotland. In addition to the magnificent Entrance Hall, three luxurious, first-floor, front elevation suites are now open, marking completion this Summer of the first phase of the creative redevelopment programme. Read the full press release.
When two local craft producers were hunting for somewhere special as a location for a photo-shoot, it didn’t take them long to decide on Lochaber’s latest entrant in the hospitality world – the newly refurbished Glencoe House. The shoot took place on Sunday 24th June and the new, luxury guesthouse proved to be an ideal venue. You can read the full article here.
Glencoe House was launched at the Visit Scotland Expo Exhibition in Edinburgh in April 2012, which is the premier business to business travel trade event. This new and distinct accommodation offering generated much excitement and was very warmly received by all. Fergus Ewing MSP (Minister for Energy, Enterprise and Tourism) and Mike Cantley (Chairman VisitScotland) joined Roger Niemeyer in celebrating the launch of Glencoe House along with Norbert Tschuemperlin from Falcon Travel, Switzerland. Glencoe House will be included in this leading Swiss tour operator’s programme for 2013.