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Current Recs for accommodations near Glencoe

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Hello Everyone, Thank you for all your help so far with our spring vacation. We have expanded the trip to 11 days to make it less pressured. We have settled on 2 nights on Rhum, 4 nights on Mull and 4 nights in Glencoe area. We are using Glencoe as a base to take Jacobite steam train one day, drive to Granton on Spey one day and then maybe Killin / Stirling another day. I have put in enquiries at several hotels but was looking for some feedback. I have looked at Moor of Rannoch but i am not in love with being that far from the actual mountains. The Bridge of Orchy looks very interesting, I am waiting for their response about accommodations. The two other places I was looking at was the King's House Hotel and the Clachaig Inn. What I really want is someplace I can go for a walk for a couple of hours right from the hotel and up into the hills. I like the idea of live music on site at the Clachaig but it is low rated by trip advisor.

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