On Glencoe Mountain itself, campervan and caravan hook up is offered at just £15 per night, and includes the provision of water, showers and drying rooms. Alternatively, snug micro-lodges offer comfortable yet compact accommodation for up to four people for £50 per night.Camping pitches are also available for the hardier skier!
The Bridge of Orchy Hotel offers more in the way of luxury if you prefer this style of living. There are 10 en-suite hotel rooms or more rustic accommodation in our bunkhouse with rooms of 2, 3 or 7.
The general area surrounding the resort is well served with a range of smaller bed and breakfast establishments and a youth hostel, although the nearest of these is some six miles away from the mountain itself, in the village of Glencoe. If you’re looking for a really special hotel for your trip, the Ballachulish Hotel in Ballachulish village, thirteen miles from the mountain, is hard to beat. With stunning views over the loch and facilities including complimentary use of a swimming pool, steam room and sauna at the nearby leisure centre, this Baronial highland hotel offers a range of rooms decorated in traditional Scottish themes, and offers a free luggage storage facility to take care of your skis and equipment.
There are many more hotels, lodges, youth hostels, and caravan parks around the Glencoe Mountain Ski Resort. Click here to see a full list of available accommodation options in this area.