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The inn is sited towards the western end of the glen at grid reference NN126567, about 3 km (1.9 mi) southeast of the modern Glencoe village, on the old road just to the north of the A82 trunk road. It lies at the foot of Clachaig Gully, a precarious descent route to the west of the Aonach Eagach ridge, and faces across the glen to the starkly vertical western shoulder of Bidean nam Bian.
The inn, dating back to the 16th century, more recently has a sign on its door saying "No Hawkers or Campbells" in a wry reference to the Massacre of Glencoe which happened in Glencoe village. The village lay near the inn at the time of the massacre, but has since been relocated further west.
Nowadays the Clachaig Inn has three bars with real ales (featured in the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) guide) and a wide range of malt whiskies as well as coffee, snacks and meals, open all day from 11am (12.30pm on Sunday) till late every day throughout the year. Live music is featured on Saturday nights and sometimes midweek, and they also host beer festivals and Mountaineering Council of Scotland lectures. The hotel has 23 bedrooms, and there is additional accommodation in the grounds.
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