So you’ve decided that you want to stay in the heart of Glencoe and are looking for a relaxing stay here at Strath Lodge. How do you check availability?
We are only small, and want to give you that personal touch, so do not have on-line booking. Send us an email to email@example.com, and we will quickly get back to you. We do check our emails very frequently so you won’t have to wait long for a response. Let us know when you would like to stay and for how many nights.
We do have some terms and conditions which we require guests to adhere to. By proceeding with a reservation, you will be deemed to have fully read and understood these Terms and Conditions.
Directions and how to find us
Driving from the North or Oban
From Fort William take the A82 south. Continue along the main road and over the Ballachulish bridge over Loch Leven. At the roundabout continue along the A82 through Ballachulish.
From Oban take the A828. You will drive under the bridge at Ballachulish coming to a roundabout. From here take the first exit and continue along the A82 through Ballachulish.
As you enter Glencoe, there is a turning on the left signposted Kinlochleven and Glencoe village. Take this turning and then turn immediately right into Glencoe village.
Continue through the village until you cross over the small stone bridge, and continue along the road for a further 700 meters where the Strath Lodge Glencoe can be found as the first house on the right hand side.
Driving from the South – Glasgow/Edinburgh
You will pass through Bridge of Orchy and cross Rannoch Moor on the A82. Continue along the road, passing the Glencoe Mountain Ski resort, and drop down through the mighty Glencoe itself. You will pass a small loch, Loch Achtriochtan on your left hand side and at the end of the loch there is a turning on the right hand side, signposted to the Clachaig Inn. After about 400 meters you will pass the Inn on your left hand side. Continue along this road for another 1.6 miles and you will find Strath Lodge on your left hand side, 700 meters before you enter the village of Glencoe.