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We visited here in a group of ten with two infants for lunch. The place was pretty busy but we were lucky enough to find a big table and high chairs. (they take reservations if you know when your visiting)
The inn is lovely and...More
I have eaten and drank at and camped outside the Clachaig for 30 years. But never stayed in it.
I stayed there for three nights at the weekend there and it lived up to my expectations. I've seen a couple of negative reviews and hopes...More
Clachaig Inn is situated in the breathtaking scenery of Glen Coe valley, probably one of the most beautiful places in the world. People go there for nature, hiking and ... to enjoy the silence ... At the hotel, you are welcomed by a charming lady,...More
We had a marvelous long weekend in the highlands last January, my wife works extra hard as a retail manager/trainer and deserved a break, and having gigged with my band a few times at the Clachaig we decided to try it out from another perspective....More
Overall, we had a great one night stay in the Clachaig. We visited on a Saturday night in July and it was VERY busy. It was difficult to get a table to eat but worth waiting for - decent wholesome food, reasonably priced. The Boots...More
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If you are walking the whole WHW then you will pass the Kings house hotel which has an excellent boot bar at the back and then sadly the walk crosses over the devils staircase to drop down into kinlochleven so the walk... More
If you are walking the whole WHW then you will pass the Kings house hotel which has an excellent boot bar at the back and then sadly the walk crosses over the devils staircase to drop down into kinlochleven so the walk skirts the eastern end of glen Coe while the chlachaig is at the other end of glen Coe there is a perfectly good path to it through glen Coe but it's a fair extra detour of the WHW