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Blackrock Cottage

Location: Blackrock Cottage, lies at the foot of Meall a’ Bhuird, Rannoch Moor at the entrance to Glen Coe, post code PH49 4HZ. OS map 41, GR NN268530.

Situation: Access to the cottage is off the A82 on the same access road as the Glencoe Mountain Resort which is clearly signposted. There is parking space for up to 5 cars outside the cottage. The Glasgow - Fort William bus stops on request at the junction of the A82 and the resort access road.

Accommodation: The cottage has two floors. Sleeping accommodation is in two upstairs bedrooms (accessed by a steep stairway) each with four single beds, and in one downstairs room with a bunk bed, giving a total of ten beds. Mattresses and pillows are provided - please bring your own sleeping bag.

Downstairs there is a fully equipped but basic kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, toaster and kettles. There is also a sitting / dining room. Our newly re-vamped, heated, coalshed (see Publications for Coal-shed poemhouses a toilet, wash hand basins, shower and a drying room. Heaters and shower are on a £1 coin meter.  No camping is allowed.

Facilities: Electric lighting, cooking, all kitchen utensils, crockery and cutlery are provided. Drinking water is available from the coalshed taps.

There is an open fire in the sitting room and a coal-burning stove in the kitchen. There is a good supply of coal and kindling in the coal shed.

Fees: £10.00 per person per night. £8.00 for members of clubs with reciprocal rights. A booking deposit is required. Please contact the Blackrock bookings secretary Jean Hunter.

Hut Availability: These are shown on the calendar below.  Please note that the days marked as booked refer to the nights for which the cottage has a confirmed booking. The calendar will also tell you if there are still beds available (click on the specific booking for info).

  Blackrock at night

 

Ladies Scottish Climbing Club

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