Isles of Glencoe Hotel & Leisure Centre is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Ballachulish, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Guest rooms offer a flat screen TV, and Isles of Glencoe Hotel & Leisure Centre makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including 24 hour front desk, room service, and baggage storage. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and a lounge during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
If you like pubs, Isle Of Glencoe is conveniently located near The Laroch Restaurant & Bar and Clachaig Inn.
Best of all, Isles of Glencoe Hotel & Leisure Centre makes it easy to experience some great Ballachulish attractions like Ballachulish Slate Quarry (0.2 mi), which is a short distance away.
Enjoy your stay in Ballachulish!
Such a shame. The location is fantastic and the hotel clearly plays on this as its main feature as it should. However, the hotel charges up to £250 per night for b&b. We don't mind paying this but we do expect a certain standard for this rate when charged. We stayed for 5 nights so got a good feel for the hotel. Richard on reception was attentive but not there for most of our stay and no-one else even acknowledged we were there for more than one night. (Most guests seemed to be just overnighters). No 'good evening' or 'how was your day?' No 'nice to see you again this evening' etc. The experience was somewhat cold and not aided by the heavy reliance on internet bookings for restaurant bookings and pool slots. Being Covid safe must not be used as an excuse for cutting customer service unnecessarily. As mentioned, the hotel places itself in quite a high price band. However, many extras were missing and not available even on request: no robes for showering or swimming; very little storage in rooms; content to let guests look through the same bird mess on the windows every day; menu not varied; very sparse and basic restaurant (perhaps a Scandi type feel was being attempted and no atmosphere at all. I haven't commented on missing items and services that were clearly as a direct result of Covid precautions eg maid service as I completely understand these measures and have no issue. We enjoyed our stay and the gorgeous area we stayed in but felt a little cheated. It could have been so nice especially as we made it clear it was a special celebration and this was never mentioned or acknowledged.…
When researching where to stay it did not take long to find there was a severe shortage of good quality dog friendly accommodation. This is a national issue and businesses that don’t allow dogs are losing business. Our 2 long standing family members were very eager to come and explore this amazing part of the U.K. We booked and prepaid well in advance cancellable up to a week pre arrival without charge- essential in the current climate. At £170 per night bed and breakfast plus a steep £10 per dog per night meant this was not a cheap stay. My judgement is coloured by paying the same for a 4 star hotel where we moved onto where the price was the same and standards were significantly higher albeit without the breathtaking view from the bedroom. On arrival in our room there was one towel and a bowl with some dog treats. This included one large dog chew- great for 2 dogs. This was not refilled the next day- we were told there was no housekeeping due to the pandemic. Fine up to a point but what do we do with our rubbish? I would not be too happy putting up with such a regime for any length of time. Our follow on hotel did not restrict their services! It looks we were charged 4 dog nights when services were provided for one. Bear in mind our local kennels charge £13.50 per dog per night and provide all the food so the charge is steep. No poop bags were provided. One would expect any responsible dog owner to bring their own but one needs to have bins for dog waste. The nearest one was at the edge of the property and possibly was run by the local Council not the hotel. There need to be a number of these receptacles provided close to rooms that allow dogs. They can be taken into non carpeted parts of the restaurant as well. Our hounds were happy to stay in the room. The room we had was if a good size and had a back door opening onto the lith- divine. There is no enclosed dog run though that might be hard to arrange close to the rooms given the layout of the property. We don’t usually watch TV on our trips but our love of football meant we did and found this a useful extra. Spacious bathroom comfy bed. Service OK but trying to book a table at the restaurant had me sent from reception to the restaurant where there was nobody free. Not the best service. About a week before we arrived we were asked whether we wished to use the spa facilities. This came with a long list of COVID restrictions. Our use of such amenities is generally impulsive as we passed on this and left our swimwear at home. No comment on these facilities can be made. There are positives here not least the breathtaking views. The accommodation is of a perfectly acceptable standard but comes with a very high price tag. Had our dogs not been welcome we would not have visited on this trip. However there is a feeling that such acceptance of 4 legged family members is not matched with a level of additional service to justify the hefty charge. Service is patchy albeit well intended.…
Disappointed with our stay. Overall found customer service was lacking. Whilst appreciate some actions taken due to Covid i.e. rooms not being cleaned daily, additional items to be requested, booking times for restaurant/pool felt that when interactions were had with staff the majority were not attentive. Totally appreciate covid restrictions however would state that the issues we experienced were in no way related to the restrictions themselves but just in terms of the interactions that were had. Examples of how things could be improved such as offering extra supplies at the door, having a more varied menu on offer, staff signposting to places to eat, checking how meal was etc. Found the hotel was overpriced and food lacking. Whilst room was clean did require to be repainted as marks on walls from general wear and tear of previous hotel guests. The location itself is lovely. Disappointed to give a negative review given how hard the hospitality industry has been hit this year however equally feel standards need to improve.…
Lovely hotel and fantastic with the dog!! We had a beautiful room and the location is wonderful!! Only criticism would be the bathroom could be a little cleaner, but that’s minor. The staff were lovely a nice welcoming from arrival to departure, and the doggy welcome pack made me feel like our pup was truly welcome. We only had breakfast there but it was lovely, basic, but on holiday it’s what you need. Would recommend and go again! Photos of welcome pack, room view and breakfast
Food was good and track and trace was adhered to which was good. However there were too many guests wandering around (mainly a bus party) wandering around and compromising 2m distances. Many of them without masks. It could have been policed better by the hotel staff.