Bars in Glencoe
Clachaig’s bars are famous – some would say legendary, and an evening spent soaking up the atmosphere and enjoying the range of ales is an essential part of any trip to Glencoe
Award Winning Bars
Clachaig has 3 bars in total, each with its own distinctive and lively character. Real ales, malt whisky, Scottish gins, good food and fresh coffee are served in all our bars – choose the atmosphere that suits you best. They are a great place to meet up, enjoy a meal, have a coffee, catch up with the craic, sample some real Scottish produce, dance to the music, chill out and relax and…, well, so much more. No wonder then they’ve been the focus of so many awards!
All our Bars are Dog friendly as long as they are accompanied by well behaved owners.
Please note that you must be over 18 to be in the Boots Bar and Snug Bar. Under 18’s are welcome in the Lounge Bar.
Scottish law dictates that smoking is strictly prohibited, we also do not allow vaping in our bars.
Unique is the word that comes to mind. The huge dusty real fire set amidst log piles and rough slates on the floor provide an indication of what to expect. An old tree trunk which seems to be part of the structure and a huge bar top set on a long row of barrels give a few further clues. Read More
Originally the beer cellar, this cosy bar now provides a quiet annex to the Boots Bar. Slate floors, pine paneling and an old range set the rustic tone. When busy, the atmosphere of the neighbouring Boots Bar spills over but is toned down, and this bar proves popular with larger groups. Read More
- Our bars are open throughout the day, year round, from 11am until 11pm (slightly later at weekends).
- Clachaig also offers a free Broadband Wireless Network, available in our bar areas. However, due to the terrible quality of the service to rural glens, plus the inability to find alternatives such as satellite (mountains!) the service is limited. Please address your complaints to BT, not us! We’re only doing our best.
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