Glencoe View Llodge is conveniently situated 4 miles from Glencoe village and 12 miles from Fort William. With far reaching views of the Glencoe and Beinn a Bheithir mountain ranges, it is the perfect base for exploring all this beautiful and iconic part of the Highlands has to offer. The lodge itself is wooden so fits perfectly into its landscape with a large wooden deck, outside seating and uninterrupted views. The inside comprises of 2 double bedrooms both with comfortable zip and link beds which can be arranged as singles or king size to suit your individual needs. Each room has a large wardrobe and chest of draws with hair dryers and bedroom one has an en suite shower room with a large walk in power shower. The 2nd bathroom has a bath with shower over. All linen and towels are included in the price. The large open plan living/kitchen/diner really has the wow factor when you walk in as the whole gable end is made up of windows which frame that incredible view and can be enjoyed at your leisure from the comfortable corner sofa with a glass of complimentary wine. There is a well equipped kitchen with fridge, dish washer, cooker and dining table and chairs. All kitchen utensils, pans and crockery are provided. Of course if you would prefer to eat out there are a range of choices within a short distance. The Loch Leven hotel is a 10 minute walk away and serves tasty food along with a variety of Scottish gins and malt whisky. Within a short drive there is the Loch Leven Seafood Cafe and the Laroch both serving locally sourced quality food. Slightly further afield is the Pier House in Port Appin sitting next to the pier where the foot passenger ferry runs to the Island of Lismore and serving excellent sea food and other equally tasty dishes.
For the adventurous Ben Nevis is within a 30 minute drive away, not to mention the many other munroes just waiting to be bagged. Mountain biking is very popular in the area with many well known, and not so well known trails nearby. A few minutes walk away are the shores of Loch Linnhe with views out to the Ardnamurchan Penninsula.