Kings House Hotel

Address: Glencoe, Glencoe Village, Lochaber, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, PH49 4HY, United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsKings House Hotel Glencoe Village

      Reviewed by pipimoana

      fave hotel

      Reviewed Apr 21, 2014
      by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia

      Almost my favourite hotel in the world! It is either is 100% to your taste or probably not at all.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Reviewed by peterward

      Looking a bit tired

      Reviewed Nov 2, 2012
      by (9 reviews) Downham Market , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      The hotel has the monopoly on the area and as such charges quite high room rates, plus an additional charge for breakfast. works out quite expensive for s solo traveller. Saying that the hotel is a welcome sight, the bar is well stocked and the food was great. Hence 4 stars.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Kings House Hotel Glencoe Village

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Glencoe Village

      Penultimate day and the peach

      A travel blog entry by pipimoana on Apr 21, 2014

      10 photos

      I am sitting in the cocktail lounge (or resident's bar depending on which sign you read) of Kingshouse. According to their website Dorothy Wordsworth wrote in 1803: “Never did I see such a miserable, such wretched place, – long rooms with ranges of beds, no other furniture except benches, or perhaps one or two crazy chairs, the floors …

      CATCHING UP

      A travel blog entry by piperwg on Nov 05, 2014

      12 photos

      ... nice things for brunch. These woods, being adjacent to the hospital are often used by staff and patients. Because of the height you can see quite a distance including the Falkirk Wheel which we visited on a past stays here but for those who don't know is a quite amazing mechanism to lift long boats travelling the canal from one level to the other. It's quite a ...

      Arthur's seat and the haunted underground vaults!

      A travel blog entry by nicolapollard on Oct 27, 2014

      ... tour. So at 10pm we joined the group and walked around some of the key spots in the old town. From there we went into the underground vaults and it was so scary in there. Before going into the vaults we went into a room that had old torture devices on display. It was horrific!! The pain these things would've caused is beyond anything I could imagine! They even had a device that was used to pull a boob off in one movement! What the ****?!?! It was so sickening ...

      Please mind the deer dear

      A travel blog entry by pinklady27 on Aug 04, 2014

      25 photos

      ... puzzled as John got his pen knife out and started to cut the trousers off Rhianwyn. Fortunately just the waterproof ones. 'Why?' You may ask, well because they were as wet inside as outside, albeit with sweat not rain. What's the point of keeping them when they're not breathable! So off they came and the bottom of the normal walking trousers were zipped off and off she went, bare legs ...

      Time-Travelling Loch Lomond

      A travel blog entry by kec100 on Jul 27, 2011

      2 comments, 38 photos

      ... I loved it as a fun challenge hopping from rock to rock to root and scrambling back up again – it was an obstacle course! And it made me wonder what Neil’s “low trail” must have been like. I have to say, I was more worn out after Conic Hill yesterday than after this stretch today.

      The trail smooths out and the landscape opens up as you approach the northern edge of Loch Lomond. Finally I caught up with ...