Location of Scorrybreac Guest House

Glencoe is a huge land area, largely owned by the National Trust for Scotland. It is an area world famous for its dramatic scenery, dark history and highland hospitality. The village itself has very little visual impact on its surroundings.

Distances to Nearby Places

Fort William 18 miles
Oban 33 miles
Isle of Skye 60 miles
Inverness 60 miles

Stirling 70 miles
Glasgow 95 miles
Aviemore 70 miles

 

How to find us

By Car

Scorrybreac is located on the Old Glencoe Road. Traveling on the A82 from the south, take the turning right marked 'Glencoe Village 3.5 miles'. This is a single track lane with passing places, you will pass the Clachaig Inn and the Youth Hostel on your left. Follow this road for 3 miles, and then turn right at the Scorrybreac sign (brown sign). The house is 500 yards up this drive.

 

Travelling on the A82 from the north, turn left at the Glencoe Village sign and immediately (within 10 yards) turn right again into the village. Follow the main street for 500 yards, cross the small stone Bridge of Coe. Twenty yards from the bridge, turn left up the wooded drive at the Scorrybreac sign. The house is 500 yards up this drive.

By Rail

Scotrail runs between Glasgow and Fort William, passengers can either dismount at Bridge of Orchy or Fort William stations. The most convenient station is Fort William where buses and taxis can be taken to Glencoe. You can arrange for a hire car to be waiting for you also.

By Coach

Regular Citylink coaches run from Glasgow and Edinburgh dropping off at The Glencoe Hotel. The Glencoe Hotel is located at the bottom of the village on the main road. As the village is very small no bus service operates into the village. The guest house is a distance from the bus stop.

By Foot

Whilst we welcome green travellers, the guest house is not served by public transport, getting to many of the popular walks, sights and eating places from the Guest house on foot or public transport can be difficult.   We would strongly advise that guests have their own transport to make the best of their stay.