There is still plenty of Scotland to explore during a winter break.
A visit to the Highlands of Scotland is full of adventure any time of the year. From conquering rugged mountains to discovering the rich history of the area.
After a day of exploring Glencoe, our five-star inn is waiting with roaring fires, sumptuous sofas and hearty meals. On colder evenings, take advantage of the outdoor hot tub and barrel sauna overlooking Loch Leven.
Make The Glencoe Inn your own highland own with exclusive use for larger gatherings. Island View House is also available for self-catering stays.
During your winter break, choose the art of coorie with one of our cosy packages designed to enhance your stay and let you snuggle in after a day of adventure.
This winter, we invite our guests to embrace the rain during their stay and enjoy everything the country has to offer. Explore the area and see the sights, returning to log-burning fires, hot drinks and thermal experiences.
Top tips for winter breaks:
Cotswold Outdoor: an outdoor clothing and equipment shop nearby in Fort William, perfect for picking up some waterproofs and wellies.
The National Ice Climbing Centre: great fun with indoor rock climbing and one of the best ice climbing walls in the world with 500 tonnes of real snow and ice to a height of 12m.
The Glencoe Visitors Centre: a great way to learn about the area with a short film, The Glen Revealed being shown regularly to take you on a journey through history.
The Glencoe Folk Museum: set within traditional heather thatched cottages, the museum will give you an insight into the heritage and way of life of the area. Here you can also learn about the infamous Glencoe Massacre.
Glencoe Mountain: hit the slopes in Glencoe with 20 runs catering for all levels, including lessons for beginners.
Walks: wrap up and enjoy some of the breathtaking walks on our doorstep, from the Three Sisters of Glencoe to the Lochan Trails.
Hidden Garden Spa: simply relax with our outdoor thermal experience, sink into the warmth of the outdoor hot tub with views of the glen.
The Lounge: on stormy days, sit back and rest by the roaring fires with a good book and a dram.