From the South:
Travelling from Glasgow or Edinburgh head towards Crainlarich. Keep on the A82, travelling north and sign posted to Fort William, for approximately a further 30 miles. As you drive down Glencoe, look for the first brown tourist sign for ‘The National Trust for Scotland Visitors’ Centre’. Start to slow down and after approximately 150m you will see our sign for Glencoe Mountain Cottages on the left hand side. Our turning is immediately after the sign. We are one mile up the track, just keep going until you reach a deer gate. Go through the gate and the cottages are there on your left hand side.

From the North:
Travelling from Fort William keep on the A82 for approximately 15 miles to Glencoe. Keeping on the A82 pass by the village and then one mile further, pass the National Trust Centre and Camp site on the right. Approximately half a mile further on, at the start of the next left hand bend, our track goes off to the right. We have a sign on the roadside at the bottom of the track for Glencoe Mountain Cottages. We are one mile up the track, just keep going until you reach a deer gate. Go through the gate and the cottages are there on your left hand side.

The map on this page shows our general location and just how central Glencoe is for touring and exploring the West Highlnds. We have a second map to help you with the turn off when you arrive in Glencoe. You can view it from the link below.