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Ghlasdruim B&B
Reviewed August 2, 2012 via mobile

We stayed here whilst walking the whw. Lovely room, comfortable with large on suit, views spectacular, really lovely couple, fab breakfast and would definitely recommend to everyone! Thank you. Glen Coe was well worth the visit. Wish we'd stayed a few more nights, may come Back next year just to stay!

  • Stayed: August 2012
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Reviewed May 15, 2012

We stayed here for a night while walking The West Highland Way and have to say it was well worth taking the short diversion from the way for the night. A very clean & comfortable of room. Maureen made us very welcome ( a pot of tea) and great advice about were to eat. Breakfast was fantastic, if we are ever lucky enough to get back to Glencoe we will stay again.

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed May 13, 2012

Ive stayed in many a B&B but none have the welcome and comforts that Maureen and Len have installed into Ghlasdruim,the rooms are spotlessly clean and well decorated.Breakfast was superb with the choice of continental or the full whammy fry-up.mmmm
One major bonus was that Maureen loves dogs and wanted to keep millie (i think millie wanted to stay)so dog owners are made welcome.
Anyone booking a stay in Glencoe jump on this gem of a place ,you wont be dissapointed

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  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 27, 2011

We were a grandfather in a room with two 12-year grandsons and a grandmother in a room with one 11-year granddaughter. Both our rooms were on the ground floor. The room for the boys was large and had 4 beds for the 3 boys. The girls’ room had 2 beds but was a little tight. Both rooms were bright and friendly. The sinks were too small. The showers were modern, but weak when set on hot. Breakfast was quite good. The yard was beautiful and we took a picture of my wife under a monkey tree there. Maureen was friendly and helpful, directing us to the Glencoe Glen, a family restaurant, the Glencoe Massacre monument and a walk. They had a nice old dog (Scotch Terrier, I think).

  • Stayed: July 2011, traveled with family
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Thank Vaking
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Reviewed July 18, 2011

My boyfriend and I stayed in Ghlasdrium for two nights in early August 2010 and had a lovely stay. The B&B was immaculately clean, lovely breakfast and spacious bathrooms. Maureen was a lovely hostess who took care of the little details, for instance she remembered what myself and my boyfriend liked for breakfast and brought us a refreshing cup of tea when we arrived after a gruelling drive and long day out, which to us was a needed welcome. The bedrooms were adequate, beds were comfortable, warm, with en-suite and TV.

The location of the B&B was ideal, located in the village of glencoe close to the lochen trail which is a must see for staying in the area with a great view of the pap of glencoe. A short walk in the opposite direction takes you to a place where you can watch the most beautiful sunset. It is also a short distance from Fort William, Oban and Ballachulish which previously was a slate quarry but is still steeped in local history.

In terms of places to eat, you need to try to eat early as most places close quite early and for us this was important as we are used to being able to eat at all times. Maureen recommended the local Glencoe hotel but my boyfriend and I took a short drive through the village and found the Clachaig Inn which is renowned for being one of the best pubs in Scotland. This had amazing food and very good service so if you feel like venturing a bit further afield this pub/B&B should be sought.

I would recommend this B&B to others as it was good value for the price we paid. The service was good but we were slightly put off by the rules of the B&B which included no alcohol or food in the rooms and guests needed to be back by 10pm which we thought was slightly unnecessary. We did however find on our second night that some of the rules were actually for our benefit as I was awoken by some late arriving guests who had been delayed and were quite high-spirited from their journey. I think for us the only other downside we could find was that the decor of the throw and curtains was a little outdated but this did not distract from the fact we had a lovely stay.

  • Stayed: August 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 20, 2010

Very nice B&B in small village of Glencoe, spotlessly clean with nice rooms, comfy beds and good cooked breakfast. The owners Maureen & Ken have lots of local knowledge and its well worth listening to their advice about places to eat etc. The only real place to eat in the village in the evenings is the small local hotel which may be booked for a function so don’t bank on eating there but there are a number of places within a short drive. Do make sure you visit the Locan – a man made lake in beautiful setting within easy walking distance of the B&B - its breathtaking.

  • Stayed: June 2010, traveled as a couple
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Thank MrsJTraveller
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Reviewed September 6, 2017 via mobile
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Stayed: September 2017, traveled as a couple
Thank K97dla
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Address: Ghlasdrium, Glencoe Village PH49 4HP, Scotland
Location: United Kingdom > Scotland > Scottish Highlands > Glencoe > Glencoe Village
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Ranked #9 of 11 B&Bs / Inns in Glencoe Village
Number of rooms: 4
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Ghlasdruim B&B Glencoe, Scotland

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