Accommodation IN GLENCOE
The Clachaig Inn has a rich history as a coaching inn that spans hundreds of years, and we (the Daynes family) have run Clachaig Inn for over 30 years. We are proud to see it has become firm favourite with visitors looking for accommodation in Glencoe!
Over the years, Clachaig has been extended and modernised, and now offers 23 bed and breakfast rooms of a high standard, all with en suite shower and toilet facilities.
At Clachaig Inn, we have single, twin, double and family rooms available to accommodate up to 4 people. All of our rooms have tea and coffee making facilities, flat screen TVs, and en suite shower or bath facilities, and we are delighted that the inn has been awarded ‘3 Star Inn‘ status by Visit Scotland.
You can book our rooms at Clachaig Inn, Glencoe in real time online and you can also contact our Reception Team for more information. If you prefer a more flexible break, we offer a range of self catering properties, too!
Classic Rooms offer our high standard of bed and breakfast accommodation. Rooms are located in different locations within the building, each having a slightly different character.
Glencoe View rooms enjoy views directly to the surrounding mountains of Glencoe. The spectacular dominant face of Aonach Dubh is the main feature, with the great cleft of Clachaig Gully on the munro Sgorr nam Fiannaidh rising nearly 3000 feet upwards from the car park.
Clachaig Holidays also offers a variety of 4 star self catering accommodation, located at Clachaig Inn, as well as at stunning locations in and around the villages of Glencoe and Ballachulish. The Clachaig Holidays web site contains more information as well as real time availability..
The Inn is dog friendly. A single dog is permitted in 5 of our bedrooms. Please contact our reception team directly if you wish to book accommodation with your dog. There is a modest charge for a dog and please note the contents of our dog policy.
Dogs kept under control are welcome in both the Bidean Lounge Bar and the Boots Bar.
A Hearty Breakfast
Residents at Clachaig can enjoy a full cooked Scottish breakfast, or can alternatively choose from the breakfast bar. Breakfast is served between 08:15am and 09:30am.
Residents can also make full use of other facilities and services on offer, such as the large drying room and packed lunches to order. Packed lunch forms can be collected from Reception on arrival and handed back completed before 6pm . Clachaig offers a free Broadband Wireless Network in our public areas.
Occasional seasonal ‘Special Offers‘ may also be available.
To enquire about the availability of suitable accommodation, please use our enquiry form in the right hand column of this page. We would aim to reply by return during normal reception hours.
In 2019 we made the move away from single use plastics in our bathrooms and now use refillable soaps from The Scottish Fine Soaps Company.
Everyday it is estimated millions of gallons of water are used to wash hotel towels that have only been used once, so we kindly ask customers to reuse their towels whenever possible. Towels left hanging up will not be replaced.
The inn offers a variety of room types, with single, twin, double and family rooms to accommodate 3 or 4 all available. All rooms have tea and coffee making facilities, flat screen TVs, and en suite shower (some with bath and shower) facilities. The inn has been awarded ‘3 Star Inn‘ status by Visit Scotland.Book Now
Self Catering Accommodation
Clachaig Holidays also offers a variety of 4 star self catering accommodation, located at Clachaig Inn, as well as at stunning locations in and around the villages of Glencoe and Ballachulish. The Clachaig Holidays web site contains more information as well as real time availability..Book Now
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