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Glen Coe

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Reviewed 5 days ago

One of the prettiest spots in Scotland, the Glen (valley) is simply wonderful. If you are driving through, plan to stop every 100 yards to get out and gawk at the marvelous landscape.

1  Thank Joel W
Reviewed 5 days ago

Well worth a drive-through or a hike around on a sunny day (it was raining when we went), the landscape is breathtaking. Also a must-do for any Harry Potter fans as it's the location of the Hogwarts castle and Hogsmeade.

1  Thank ohthatkimberley
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We wish we had more time to spend in Glen Coe as its landscape is just breathtaking! There's a great visitors center to explore with walking trails around it which is what we did. Their gift shop has some neat treasures in it as well....More

Thank Elizabeth A
Reviewed 6 days ago

As a driver you won't be able to enjoy this Glen, as you will have to look out for other traffic and tourists taking pictures all the time. But as passenger you will see the best Glen there is. What a scenery spectacular! We will...More

Thank wwmartij
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I fell in love with Glen Coe. It is an incredibly beautiful place if you love nature and the wild. There are plenty of wildlife here, and so much nature to explore. I would come here over and over again if I could.

Thank Amelia C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It is an inspiring drive to go through. Bit cold, but hey, that's Scotland... not only were the mountain tops a sight to see, but if you took a step back and looked at the panorama, it is quite something to behold. The sheer size...More

Thank Y3253JTmarkf
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is an incredibly beautiful area and Glen Coe is particularly stunning. My husband has climbed here in the past and the visit was somewhat nostalgic.

Thank Brenda C
Reviewed 1 week ago

Beautiful scenic and stunning place to visit. You need to be fit and experienced to climb, but wonderful for photos and fantastic views.

Thank Jenny B
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This bust be one of the lovies Glens in Scotland for hills. We had a good day and did two Monroes on the left side of the Glen. The weather was great and some views were just great. The wind was strong and col. to...More

Thank Robert M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Glencoe is stunning in the sunshine, and I can imagine that even under grey, stormy rainclouds it would be an atmospheric sight to behold. If you have the chance to visit, go! There's a great information centre and cafe, and walks that you can take...More

Thank Alliie
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Cherie C
I saw that you went to Glen Coe as part of a tour. Was it a day tour from Edinburgh? There are several listed similarly with a small variation on price. Was wondering which one to choose.
30 April 2017|
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Response from PJay1169 | Reviewed this property |
I was on a trip with Lochs and Glens company staying at Loch Awe Hotel, travelling from South Wales.
Was there once a glen coe distillery? I tasted glen coe single malt back around 1997.
4 March 2017|
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Response from Gery L | Reviewed this property |
Hello, The whisky you drank is bottled at the ben nevis distillery. There is no Glencoe distillery Kind regards Gery Leenknegt
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I will be traveling to Inverness from Edinburgh, and I am choosing between traveling through Glencoe or the Cairngorm mountains. Which is more scenic? Which do you recommend if you had to choose? Thank you!
7 June 2016|
Response from ian c |
The west route is more scenic but get much more rain, so check the forecast If you take the east route don" t miss the ski slope road at aviemore to loch morlich.