B & B Accommodation
A very warm welcome awaits you in Callart View - our Glencoe home
in the beautiful Highlands of Scotland. A happy and fulfilling stay
is our contribution towards your holiday. Our home offers
unparalleled views across Loch Leven as our photo above shows.
Callart View and its counterpart semi were originally built in
1926 in the shadow of Lord Strathcona's magnificent manor house. The
cottage was originally occupied by the manor's gardener.
As Callart View is situated about half a mile from the A82, we do
not hear the constant noise of main road traffic.
Callart View is situated right on the edge of the great Glencoe
forest with a shingle beach right across the road - great for
children to explore! You can walk out of the back gate straight on
to a number of beautiful walks meandering through age-old pines and
conifers. Walkers, climbers and skiers are welcome (packed lunches
and drying facilities available).
We have one double room and one family room with most magnificent
views to the west overlooking Loch Leven and the 1024 meter peaks of
Beinn a'Bheithir. We also have a twin room with views towards the
forest. Our comfortable rooms are all en-suite and complimented with
hospitality trays with home made biscuits and colour televisions.
There is ample parking at the rear of the house. Please note that we
do not permit smoking anywhere in the house. WiFi Internet Access is
For breakfast you can choose from a range of freshly prepared cooked or cold options. Please see our Breakfast Menu.
We also have self catering accommodation available at Glencoe
Rates & Enquiries
Prices range from £37.50-£40.00 per person per
night depending on the time of year. Single occupancy £40 -
£55. Rate includes a full Scottish
breakfast and free WiFi.
- PLEASE BE AWARE OUR CHECK IN TIMES ARE 2.00PM - 7.00PM
- We no longer accept card payments. All payments are to be made
by cash, bank transfer or PayPal. Please be aware that you the
guest are liable for all charges.
- To confirm a booking we require a deposit of £30.00 per room to
be paid by bank transfer or Paypal within one week of booking.
Please use the enquiry form below if you need any more information
or would like to check rates or availability. We'll get back to you
as soon as possible.
Alternatively we can be contacted by phone: 01855 811259 (Lynn & Geoff Allman) or post:
We also have self catering accommodation available at Glencoe
There is a Cold Buffet to Start With of Cereals (Including Our
Own Home Made Museli), Fruit & Plain Yoghurts, Fresh Fruit and
To Help Yourself To
Creamy Porridge with Flaked Almonds
and Sultanas with a tot of Whiskey
Full Scottish Breakfast,
Bacon, Sausage, Haggis, Black pudding, Tomato
Mushrooms Fried Bread and Egg
Veggie Sausage, Veggie Haggis, Tomato, Mushrooms,
Fried Bread, Baked Beans and Egg
Smoked Salmon and Scrambled Eggs
Oak Smoked Salmon in Creamy Scrambled Egg
Grilled Kippers with Brown Bread and Butter
Your Choice of freshly Brewed Coffee
Earl Grey, Fruit or Breakfast Tea
White or Brown Toast & Oatcakes with
Home Made Preserves
About the Area
Glencoe (picutred right), is known as the Glen of Weeping. It is
one of the most beautiful areas in Scotland.
There are hundreds of superb peaks rising up out of the most
picturesque lochs. If it's raining, Glencoe is truly living up to
it's name! When the sun is shining it's a sheer joy to be here! When
the Scottish mist is edging its way around the pines and conifers on
the hillsides, it is truly inspiring. The Glencoe
Mountain Resort has a variety of activities on offer throught
the year, from skiiing to biking
Lochan is only 10 minutes walk from Callart View. A number of
magnificent Canadian Red Pines were brought here by Lord Strathcona
when he was developing the area to look like a little part of Canada
for his Indian princess bride.
Other short walks include 'Green Pool' which is just a pleasant 15
minutes stroll along the River Bank. For the fit and healthy there
is always 'The Pap' to climb which is more like a three hour walk!
Walkers and climbers will find plenty of other spectacular routes to
enjoy around Glencoe.
Alittle further afield you wil find a whole range of sites to see
and things to do.
Glenfinnan monument (pictured left) commemorates the place where
Bonnie Prince Charlie landed at the start of the 1745 Jacobite
Uprising. Here you can also see (or ride) the Jacobite
Steam Train (recently of Harry Potter fame) as it crosses the
Glencoe is an ideal place from which to take many varied trips.
Sandy beaches, old castles, garden centres, museums, National
Trust sights, chair
gondolas, winter skiing, steam
train trips, and many, many other attractions are all within
easy reach of this lovely part of the Central Highlands of Scotland.
Boat trips can be taken that often allow porpoises, dolphins, whales
otters and seals to be seen. You
might even spot Nessie! The area offers the most spectacular and
rugged views including views of Ben
Nevis. (Pictured Below)
In the summer and winter alike, there is a good range of eating
places many of which we frequent ourselves so we can recommend
eating according to your taste.
We also have self catering accommodation available at Glencoe Highland
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Callart View is in a part of Glencoe called Invercoe. Glencoe is
located roughly midway between Glasgow and Inverness and is an ideal
place from which to explore the four points of the compass.
Coming from the south
You would take the A82 towards Glencoe until the Glencoe Hotel
appears on your left. Turn right Into the B863 (Kinlochleven Road)
for about a quarter of a mile, and we are on the right.
Coming from the north
You would take the A82 towards Glencoe, you then pass Ballachulish
(on your right) and Glencoe is barely another mile. Turn left onto
the B863 (Kinlochleven Road) for about a half a mile, and we are on