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

    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

    TripAdvisor Reviews Kings House Hotel Glencoe Village

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Glencoe Village

    Greg has spectacular walk, Jan takes bus to hosp.

    A travel blog entry by bondytourers on Jul 24, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    This was the first day Greg walked by himself (though he did meet plenty of people along the way). Apart from the 8 or so folks we see regularly there is also a group of 4 slightly overweight (not that I can talk) guys who are camping but have their luggage transported like us. They never seem very happy and are trudging along each day. Turns out, …

    Blissful simplicity and unexpected gifts

    A travel blog entry by dylan_and_rob on Sep 12, 2015

    6 photos

    ... dinner for the table that had been booked for us, or have it be a surprise. We were surprised already having not booked a reservation at all, but didn’t share that, instead we said, “we want to be surprised!” She enthusiastically nodded, wished us a happy congratulations for our honeymoon, and told us what time to come to dinner.

    Our hosts are delightfully charming and chatty people, eager to please and to delight. Ina, one of ...

    Glencoe Pap and much higher

    A travel blog entry by ahartry on Sep 11, 2015

    46 photos

    ... The descent was treacherous. It began all scree, with a steep drop on the left side. The wind was gusting. Soon, we rounded the knob, and a nearly vertical gully dropped away from us. The wind howled 60-70 miles an hour. We literally couldn’t stand. We sat on the scree and waited a few minutes for the bullets to die down. And then we descended. It took a couple of hours and was very slow. Besides being so steep, the footing ...


    A travel blog entry by kec100 on Jul 28, 2011

    28 photos

    ... and pleasant, with humidity, but cooler temperatures. The rain had ended the night before, so it was damp, but still no rain-gear needed. Nonetheless, I felt pretty sluggish today and thought I really dragged out the miles. My legs felt rested after I woke up, but after 2 hrs I realized I still did not have my strength back after the past two days of up and down in hot weather. So I just took it easy. I did make the first 6 miles by noon ...

    Day 25 - A short wet day with stuffed animals

    A travel blog entry by debandkeith on Jul 14, 2010

    9 comments, 10 photos

    ... we became aware that we both really get a buzz and a sense of achievement when we have pushed ourselves to reach the summit. Guess this walking caper is not much good for those poor souls who don't feel that way. After the demanding uphill stretch, we followed a lovely undulating track along the River Falloch, which included one of those great, quaint British oddities, a sheep creep. This device is a tunnel, in today's case under a railway line, ...