An easy all ages cycle track beginning in Glencoe Village connects with the de-commissioned railway line from Ballachulish to Oban. This is a super smooth wide, largely car free tarmac route giving some great viewpoints and places of interest between Glencoe and Oban. Cuil Bay a quiet coastal area can be accessed easily from the route along with Castle Stalker, Jubilee Bridge leading to Port Appin. The Creggan Inn perhaps for food or at least a coffee makes a good stop if your energy and enthusiasm is still with you. The route can be found online as route 78 – The Caledonia Way.
Cycle Trails Gallery
There are lots of un-charted routes which we can discuss with you on arrival. For those travelling without bikes a small cycle hire shop called Crank It Up can be found opposite the Glencoe Café in the village.
Further afield ski lift assisted downhill tracks are available at Glencoe Mountain Resort and the UCI World Cup tracks at Nevis Range.
The house is set within its own enclosed large garden with off road parking for seven cars. With an acre of land, we have various
Breakfast is normally served between 8:00 and 8:45. If our usual breakfast times does not suit your plans, we can offer you alt
Glencoe is a huge land area, largely owned by the National Trust for Scotland. It is an area world famous for its dramatic scenery
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BOOK NOW Prices are not subject to any additional taxes and include full cooked breakfast. Prices are based upon two persons shar