OUT AND ABOUT IN GLENCOE
Places to Eat & Drink
Situated a the bottom of Glencoe village and going towards the crossroads with the A82 and then onto the village of Ballachulish.
Take away & Sit down café situated minutes away from Glencoe Village and Ballachulish village theres no need to book, its good.
River Coe Bistro
Restaurant looking over the River Coe, a wonderful American type log cabin experience, food's great and the setting is wonderful.
Crafts and Things
Selection of coffees, teas and light snacks, afterwards there is a crafts shop which is magic, there everything in this place!
A basic but very nice cafe/ restaurant with lovely views of Stalker Castle and views of Lismore serving lights snacks, teas & coffees and of course cracking views, which are free!
Ballachulish House (one mile from Glencoe) fabulous food.
Seafood restaurant in Fort William now moved to a new spot near the underwater diving centre, very near Morrisons food store, this is a first class place which has to be a must when you visit.
The Holly Tree Kentallen
Drive 5 miles from Glencoe to Kentallen to the Old Railway Station which is now known as the Holly Tree Hotel, this place serves excellent sea food and and steaks, well worth a visit, it is in a lovely location with cracking views over the loch.
Isles of Glencoe Hotel
In the village of Ballachulish, the restaurant has very nice views over Loch Leven.
Laroch Bar and Bistro
Large selection of all spirits, beers, lagers and liquers and a very good Bistro which serves good food in nice surroundings.
Places to look out for while you here.
Glencoe visitor Centre
This centre offers the ideal introduction to Glencoe and the surrounding areas of Lochaber. It is located on the A82 one mile south of the village.
Glencoe Folk museum
This is a must to visit, situated in the neart of Glencoe this museum offers Local History of the Clans, Agricultural Section, Weapons & Slate workers.
Ballachulish Visitor Centre
Dragons Tooth Golf Course
Set on the shores of Loch Linnie. This golf course offers a nine hole course, which offers you a mid-med experienced of us a formidable challenge. Tel: 01855 811659
The centre offers you the history of the how Aluminium came to the village of Kinlochleven with an audio-visual and lots of stories of ths rise and fall of the British Alcan Factory in Kinlochleven , it doesn't exist now only parts of the old factory can be seen.
Tel: 01855 831111
Opened in 2003/2004 a challenge to all for indoor rock & ice climbing.
Tel: 01855 1831100
Off Beat Bikes
Hire of Canoes, Rowing Boats etc located @ West Harbour, Ballachulish
Tel 01855 811391
Mountain Bike Hire, 117 High Street Fort William Tel: 01397 0704008
Ben Nevis Distillery
Why not take a trip round Fort Williams local distillery, it is open all year round
Lettershuna Riding Centre
South of Glencoe on the road to Oban A828, only 3 miles from the village of Appin.
Tel: 01631 730227
Fishing Trips & Cruises
Iain & Stella MacIntyre Tel: 01855 811658
Scotland 's leading Ski resort situated on the outskirts of Fort William.
Glencoe Ski Centre
This is the oldest, Skiing centre in Scotland, Tel: 01855 851226
Jacobite steam train, passing through some beautiful scenery, lochs, mountains and sea to the town of Mallaig. This steam train was used in the filming of Harry Potter latest movie
Tel: 01463 239026
Cruchan Power Station
Deep within the mountain Ben Cruchan on the shores of Loch Awe. The hollowed out mountain is home to the cruchan power station, very good guided trips inside to the depths of the earth!. Situated on the bank of Loch Awe 19 miles east of Oban on the A85. Tel: 01866 822618
BALLACHULISH SLATE QUARRY
Ballachulish Slate Quarriers, well worth a visit, take a trip to Ballachulish to the visitors centre there, contact the visitors centre assistant and they will put in the right direction to the quarry, its open for all of us all year round and now is a lovely walk into the past!
For other things to do in this area please visit the link below:
Glencoe and Loch Leven Marketing Association