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Invercoe Highland Holidays

Invercoe Highland Holidays


Product Description

Invercoe Highlands Holidays offer self-catering holiday cottages and lodges They are of a high quality, with everything you expect from modern Scottish accommodation.

Invercoe holiday home caravans are the latest wide-berth caravans, offering excellent value for money on holiday accommodation.

Invercoe is a family-orientated park, welcoming children of all ages and well behaved dogs, which must be exercised off the park.(Dogs not Children)

Camping and Touring
The touring park is Open All Year offering a very high standard and achieving a 5* top grading by ‘Visit Scotland’.
There are grassy, mostly level, pitches and several hard standing areas.

For extra large tents – please check for availability first, as limited space is available to accommodate these.

Glencoe self catering holidays chalets and lodges
For a more luxurious holiday, why not try the centrally heated, self catering holiday chalets and lodges.
Each is tastefully set out to take in the wonderful views and surroundings and all are set back, quite exclusively, to give optimum privacy.

Glencoe self catering holidays – Maciain Holiday Cottages
Invercoe have three cottages as holiday lets and these have been built, to the highest standards, on the site of the house of MacIain, Clan Chief of the MacDonalds, massacred in 1692.

Holiday Caravans
There are four ‘Thistle’ award-winning caravan holiday homes for hire, which are situated on the banks of the River Coe, with uninterrupted views over Loch Leven.

Hobbits for Hire
Get Glamping {the new trend} and hire one of the two, new microlodge’s hobbit houses.

The Park faces onto Loch Leven – a tidal sea-loch, where there is easy access to the water for boating, canoeing and fishing.

The newly-constructed concrete slipway provides easy launching for small boats.

About Glencoe

This historical and massively beautiful area is on their doorstep. Most visitors and guests travel through Glencoe along the A82 trunk road, before arriving at Invercoe Highland Holidays.

With high mountains, clear rivers and a few lochs, Glencoe is home to the MacDonalds, Highland Cattle, the National Trust for Scotland Visitor Centre and a wide range of wildlife.

Glencoe is an area of great natural beauty, which appeals to all ages. Low-level walks are numerous and varied.
Enjoy a leisurely stroll round the Lochan Trail on a summer evening or walk to the Signal Rock – where the ‘signal to attack’ was given for the Massacre of 1692.
Go for a ramble to the Hidden Valley, where rustlers of old used to hide their spoil.

Visit many film locations nearby, such as Harry Potter & Highlander.
Visit Glencoe Folk Museum – here you will discover much about life in the Highlands of bygone days.

Please visit their website for further information and the current tariff