Book a stay at Woodlands Glencoe and enjoy some of the most luxurious accommodation options available in this stunning part of Scotland. Part of the Woodlands Glencoe Estate, the luxury lodges are located a short drive from the village of Glencoe and are right by Loch Linnhe.
The estate is fully committed to protecting the natural world and works hard to promote sustainability and eco-friendly principles. All of the lodges here were built using sustainable materials and the heating comes from an air source pump. The estate also actively protects the local parkland, maintaining paths and planting trees to ensure its longevity.
There are two types of accommodation available: River Beds Luxury Wee Lodges with Hot Tubs and Sea Beds Luxury Lookouts with Hot Tubs.
River Beds Luxury Wee Lodges with Hot Tubs
The River Beds Luxury Lodges are designed to let you hide among the trees and gaze out at the river at the same time. These mini cabins are a great choice for anyone looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of daily life and spend some quality time in natural surroundings. They are compact and cosy at just 12 square metres in size, yet they feel spacious and provide you with everything you need for a successful stay. Inside, there’s a bedroom, en-suite shower room and kitchenette all in one. Outside on the veranda there’s a private hot tub and a dining area overlooking the river. They’re handsomely decorated and furnished to a high standard, offering all the modern conveniences you would need for a hassle-free stay. Plus, you even get your breakfast delivered every morning.
Sea Beds Luxury Lookouts with Hot Tubs
The Sea Beds Luxury Lookout Lodges are so-called because they look out over Loch Linnhe. Each of them comes with a veranda that has its own hot tub with views of the loch – perfect for unwinding in the evening after a day full of exploration and adventure. The design is stylish and contemporary, with plenty of luxury touches to be found throughout. All the necessary amenities are provided for guests’ comfort. There’s a mini kitchen with all the essential appliances along with designer crockery and glassware. You’ll also find a waterfall shower and vanity mirror in the bathroom and a cinema-style dropdown TV screen. As an extra touch guests will no doubt appreciate, the bedding is of the highest quality, so guests will always have a good night’s sleep.
Lochaber is renowned for truly breath taking landscapes and the wealth of outdoor activities it has to offer. Why not start by visiting the Woodlands Glencoe activity centre and try some archery, enjoy a Segway tour or an e-bike ride. Go further afield and explore some of the area’s many captivating hiking trails. If you’re feeling fit, tackle the mighty Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the British Isles. Be sure to visit Fort William too – home to historical sites, cultural heritage attractions, wildlife viewing opportunities and an abundance of outdoor activities.
Sleeps 2 people
Jacuzzi hot tub
Veranda overlooking the River/Loch
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Things to Do
Treasures of the Earth – This is a museum dedicated to crystals, gemstones and fossils and it’s one of the biggest of its kind in Europe. You’ll find it roughly half an hour away in Corpach.
Old Inverlochy Castle – Constructed in the 13th century, Old Inverlochy Castle played an important role in Scottish history. Today it’s a popular attraction, with many visiting to see its ruins and learn about its past.
Jacobite Steam Train – Book a ride on this train and embark on an 84-mile round trip from Fort William to Mallaig. While en route you’ll get inspiring views of the Scottish Highlands. The route starts near Ben Nevis and takes in some of the country’s deepest lochs.
Sea Salt Cafe – A pleasant restaurant that overlooks Loch Linnhe. It serves a range of delicious dishes and its food is mostly sourced from the surrounding area.
The Laroch Restaurant and Bar – Head to Ballachulish and stop by this restaurant and bar for a sumptuous meal and refreshing drinks you can enjoy in a casual setting.
Glencoe Gathering – If it’s pub food you’re after, you’ll find it here. The menu incorporates a variety of seasonal dishes from throughout Scotland.
Set in the wild heart of the Scottish Highlands
Dip in and relax as this location has hot tubs available.