Ballachulish Visitor Centre
Ballachulish Tourist Information
We are an independent tourist information centre located in the beautiful village of Ballachulish, one mile from Glencoe Village in the Scottish Highlands.
Glencoe is world renound for it's natural beauty and dramatic history. It attracts visitors from around the world who enjoy adventurous outdoor activies or simply relax surrounded by impressive mountains and tranquil lochs.
Pop in and see us to get advice on walks, activities, great places to eat and stay. Our local knowledge means we can point you in the right direction to make the most of the area.
In need of refreshment, then our Cafe is just the ticket for a morning full Scottish breakfast, or a hearty lunch.
Our Scottish breakfast or enjoy a hearty lunch.
Since opening over a decade a go we have been able to source the finest ingredients and master our recipes to give you hearty food worthy of our Highland Hospitaltiy.
Try our full Scottish breakfast to set you up for the day. We have homemade soup and a great range of toasties, baked potatoes, ciabatta's and don't forget our iconic club sandwich.
Needing something for afters then our selection of tray bakes, homemade cakes and loaves will cure any sweet tooth.
We use the finest Mathew Algie coffee which is Triple certified – Fairtrade, organic and Rainforest Alliance approved. It tastes great and is not as harmful to the planet.
Trying to go plant based, then we have the menu for you. Our range of vegan cheese and not chicken tastes great and we always have a vegan soup on every day.
Toys for the kids, gifts for family, or treat yourself in our gift shop
We have a selection of gifts, toys and crafts to entertain the young ones on the very rare, honest, wet Scottish day.
Whether its a local bespoke fridge magnet or bone china we have the gift for you. Many of our stock is exclusive to the Visitor Centre including stunning prints from Glencoe Photography to unique slate clocks, calenders and cards.
We also have a wide range of beauty and home fragrances. Pamper yourself with lotions and cream from The Highland Soap Company. Fill your house with Scottish fragrances and candles from McKelvie Candle Company or Best Kept Secrets. All made in Scotland.
Need a map or a book, we have it covered and our Scottish non fiction section will allow you to uncover the checkered history of the area.