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The weather in Glencoe
The above is a climate diagram for Glencoe. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 19°. However, temperatures can go lower than 2° in Glencoe in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Cosy Glencoe holiday lettings are a Highland dream
Set in Scotland's atmospheric highlands, Glencoe cottages are surrounded by the stunning landscapes that inspired bardic songs. Explore pyramid-shaped mountains, lush valleys, and some of the best cuisine in the country while staying at comfortable Glencoe lodging. Thanks to its impressive scenery, Glencoe has been designated a protected National Scenic Area.
Glencoe is blessed with having some of Scotland's most prodigious natural resources on tap. Enjoy Scottish salmon, tantalisingly fresh mussels, Highland whiskies, and tempting local meats. The scallops at Hollytree Seafood Restaurant and Grill are legendary, while the Lochleven Seafood Café is faultless when it comes to views over the lake. Some of the best fish and chips around can be found at Quarrier's Kitchen, though others swear it's Riverside Chippy that takes that title – come and decide for yourself.
Unforgettable family days out
Bring your kids to the Kohl Children's Museum, within easy reach of your Glencoe accommodations. You'll find 17 permanent exhibits to explore, developed by design and early childhood education experts. Families are invited on an artistic adventure with 2D and 3D visual art. Get your hands dirty with clay sculpture and try your hand at weaving. Take a turn at the transport exhibit and design your own city, or visit the Cooperation Station, where you can inflate a moving sculpture using peal bikes or talk with other visitors on video phones.
Alternatively, visit the Ice Factor National Ice Climbing Centre, and challenge yourself to climb the indoor ice wall, or navigate the aerial assault course. Experienced instructors encourage kids to increase their confidence and improve their skills through games and exciting indoor playgrounds.
Discover the eponymous Glen Coe, a verdant volcanic enclave that is generally agreed to be one of Scotland's most spectacular locations. You'll want to take your camera. Part of the Ben Nevis National Scenic Area, its special ambience will be immediately apparent when you see it for yourself. Framed by purple mountains, the River Coe flows serenely through the basin, while deep green meadows reach into the hills. Shaped by the last ice age, the glen is said to have been the birthplace of Ossian, a legendary Celtic warrior and bard. It's easy to see how one might be moved to song in such a place.
Buachaille Etive Mòr is an iconic peak, and often features on postcards due to its near-perfect conical shape. Surrounded by the River Etive, it is home to a famous hut protected by the National Trust. The mountain also features in the James Bond film, Skyfall, so you know it's impressive.
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