Below are a selection of website links recommended by Clachaig. Please browse the associated websites by clicking on the name:
Popular inn with bed and breakfast accommodation and lively bars serving good food and cask conditioned ales.
A selection of 11 four and five star self catering properties located in and around the villages of Glencoe and Ballachulish, run by the folks at Clachaig Inn.
Affordable hostel style accommodation, offering a choice of group and individual accommodation, just a short walk along the road from Clachaig.
Images, Art, Galleries and Entertainers
Local artist Caroline Cooke’s prints are available to buy in the Clachaig or from her studio in Tigh Phuirt
Original art and prints featuring spectacular images of mountain by Llanberis based artist Ginger Cain.
A full print gallery and online shop with many photographs of Glencoe and the Highlands of Scotland.
Billy Currie Photography featuring Holidays, Courses and Workshops, along with some cracking images of Glencoe & elsewhere.
Gallery with some excellent photos of the Glencoe area taken while staying at Clachaig. Courses available too!
A gallery of some more lovely photos of Glencoe, plus a site containing photos from across the UK.
Beers, Breweries and Distilleries
Not only the makers of Fraoch (Heather) Ale, one of Clachaig’s best selling brands, but other eclectic Scottish brews such as Kelpie (Seaweed), Ebulum (Elderberry), Alba (Pine Needle) and Grozet (Gooseberry Wheat Beer).
Our most local brewery based 10 miles away in the village of Kinlochleven. You will usually find at least one of their beers on.
A fine collection of Highland Ales from the Eastern Highlands.
Founded in 1988, one of the more established of the smaller breweries in Scotland, with classic brands such as Dark Island and Raven Ale.
Purveyors of “the Dew of the Ben” and the Glencoe Malt and the best chocolates on the face of the earth. Call in to the visitor centre if you go to Fort William.
Campaign for Real Ale. Modern day beer crusaders. All things good-beer-related. Find your nearest branch, beer festivals etc.
Travel Related Sites & Other Useful Resources
Large indoor climbing wall in Kinlochleven featuring the world’s largest indoor ice wall and competition standard articulated rock wall.
Oban based Outdoors Social Enterprise delivering a variety of courses throughout the west coast of Scotland.
Camper van hire based close to Glasgow Airport. Ideal for touring the Highlands and, of course, visiting Glencoe!
Inspirational Cycling Holidays and Events – for all cycling disciplines; road, mountain bike and adventure cross.
The Great Outdoors – The UK’s leading monthly hillwalking magazine goes online.
A comprehensive holiday guide to Scotland with translations available in French and German.
Excellent resource for planning walks throughout the Highlands of Scotland.
Locally based company providing guided tours in Lochaber and the West Highlands.
Self guided tours of Scotland. Imagine a Scotland hiking tour designed to meet your needs.
The Clachaig guide to Scotland’s most famous glen.
A voluntary organisation, partly funded by donations and fund-raising, providing emergency rescue since 1961.
Popular coffee shop adjacent to Loch Leven and the A82 in Glencoe village. Crafts & gifts also available.
Launched by The Nevis Partnership to encourage individuals, families and organisations to help support and manage Ben Nevis and the surrounding Nevis area.
Details of easy walks and mountain walks with maps, gradient profiles and photos.
A complete guide with all you need to know about Fort William and Lochaber.
Scotland’s longest established ski area at White Corries, Glencoe, complete with year round chair lift.
A detailed history of the infamous massacre of Glencoe.
Good beer and good food in Fort William’s High Street.
The Scottish Outdoor Access Code. Know your rights and enjoy responsible access to the Scottish Countryside.
Cycle hire, sales and spares located in Glencoe village.
The main shop is located in Inverlochy it has expanded from one to three shops in Inverlochy Village over the years They also have a small shop at Nevis Range during the mountain bike season.
Located on Fort Williams High Street. It is Fort Williams original bike shop. And its good to see Fos and Nix back at the helm after a few years away.
Lochaber Ceilidh Trail
The first Cèilidh Trail project, established by Fèisean in 1999, was designed to help teenage musicians develop their performance skills…
Raising Funds for Mountain Safety
Raising Funds for Mountain Safety With formal sponsorship of the Winter Mountain Safety Lectures at Clachaig Inn the Big Winter…
Glencoe Studio Gallery
Glencoe Studio Gallery Original Artwork by Caroline Cooke Visit Caroline’s website or Facebook page. About the artist Caroline regards herself…
Accommodation In Glencoe & Ballachulish Glencoe offers a wide variety of accommodation for all visitors and all budgets. From bed…