Welcome to Beechwood Cottage B&B
Beechwood Cottage B&B has a most peaceful setting and being on a private, no through road, ensures a certain degree of privacy. With large gardens and plenty of seating area, you can sit and take in the tranquil atmosphere and picturesque views of the mountains, the countryside, and the beautiful Scottish landscape. We even have an apple tree in our garden that is said to be over 100 years old, which originates from when the gardens were original croftlands.
The views from every window of the house are breathtaking and the feeling of peace and comfort should enhance your stay by encouraging you to rest and relax.
Glencoe is an area renowned for outstanding natural beauty and has an amazing vibe as you either drive or walk through it’s majestic glen. Whilst the village of Glencoe itself is very small, the area is an excellent location for all year round activities such as walking, hiking, climbing, skiing, biking and many more, or you can simply relax and enjoy the spectacular scenery that the Highlands has to offer. We are also open all year round, so you can experience any of these activities.
Boasting an enviable location to explore the Scottish Highlands, Beechwood Cottage B&B offers easy access to Fort William, 25 minutes’ drive away, Oban, 50 minutes’ drive away, the Inner Hebrides, reachable by ferry. The world-famous Loch Ness is just over 1 hour’s drive from the property.
So come and visit the Highlands of Scotland. An enchanted land of exceptional beauty.
More About us
Jackie and Iain are very happy to welcome you into their home.
Iain is from Glasgow and has spent the majority of his working life travelling the world working in the hospitality industry as well as on the cruise ships for a number of years. It was always his dream to “come home” and luckily he met me!
I started my working life in horseracing and moved to Newmarket at the tender age of 16.
Having travelled to Scotland for race meetings, I immediately fell in love with the country so I was more than happy to join him and move to Scotland, even though it was some 25 odd years later. It has also been a dream of mine to have my own little B&B built and to name it after my favourite racehorse that I used to ride and look after, Beechwood Cottage.
My dream has now been realised too!