Your first step into Glencoe House is a memorable experience. We would like to extend a warm welcome to you and invite you into the Great Hall. This is an impressive room in its own right and sets the tone for the rest of your stay. The room has an abundance of original period features including an ornate plasterwork ceiling, oak floor and large marble fireplace that is lit on those days where the glow of an open fire provides that extra bit of cheer. You can also sit and watch the world go by or alternatively putting the world to rights with fellow guests.
Five-Course Dinners in The Great Hall Exclusively for The Bell Tower Suite Guests
The Bell Tower Suites are located in a characterful building just 50m from the mansion house. We offer five course candle lit dinners in The Great Hall exclusively for The Bell Tower Suites. You can enjoy pre-dinner drinks, a sumptuous five course dinner and after dinner coffee in the grandeur of this room. Pre-booking will be essential to enjoy this unique evening.
Breakfast in The Great Hall Exclusively for The Bell Tower Suite Guests
In the Bell Tower Suites, our standard offering means that the kitchen in your suite is pre-stocked with lovely breakfast ingredients for you to cook and prepare at a time of your pleasing. If, however, you would prefer the chef to cook one of his breakfast delights for you, please book breakfast in the Great Hall by 6pm the previous evening and it is a great way to start your day. A formerly served full breakfast for Bell Tower Suite guests served the Great Hall is £12.50 per person. A sample of our breakfast menu can be found here.
Exclusive Use Groups
Furthermore the Great Hall offers an exceptional event location for groups up to 20 guests. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.
“I just returned from 5 glorious nights at Glencoe House. We were a group of 18 and reserved the entire house for a yoga retreat. I first saw this hidden gem last October and have been dreaming about staying there ever since. Our stay exceeded my expectations.[…]” Read more