Private suites in a grand Victorian mansion
- Seven suites in the main house
- Private dining
- Six self catered suites
Built in 1896 by Lord Strathcona, the august Glencoe House sits overlooking the famous Highland scenery of Glencoe.
The main house contains seven sprawling suites with large private sitting rooms, which boasts numerous original features such as marble fireplaces and ornate ceilings, a lavish bathroom, and a charming bedroom or two with fabulous glen views. Breakfasts and seasonal five-course dinners are served in the comfort and privacy of your suite.
Six further self-catered suites, called the Strathcona Lodges, are found in a characterful building moments from the main hotel, each with a comfortable sitting room with a wood-burning stove, a fully stocked kitchen with Aga oven, a luxurious bathroom while the first floor contains a peaceful bedroom with en-suite WC. All suites also enjoy private walled gardens with hot tubs and alfresco dining. Everything you need is provided for breakfast and dinners can be booked in the main house’s grand Great Hall.
The mansion is well located for exploring the sublime scenery of Glencoe, the West Coast and islands. There’s centuries of history to discover, dozens of whisky distilleries and plethora of outdoor experiences to be had. There’s also acres of beautiful woodland to walk among from the house and bespoke massage treatments can be arranged.
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