I just *love* haggis, ate it all over Scotland. The best is very groats-y, chewy, with a bit of offal- and blood-flavors.
Be sure to have it with breakfast, which is an option in some places. We stayed for several nights in Glencoe, at the fairly simple Glencoe Hotel there. It's a very good, central location, plus the food is good. There's a fancy hotel (Lodge on the Loch?) not so far away which has a very good--expensive--dining room. The haggis is the best I ever ate.
BTW, the view toward Glencoe and the Loch from the road coming up from the South is the most spectacular I've ever seen in my life. There's a sudden turn northward, and a vista (probably 10 miles long) down a valley with 6 ridges of mountains and then the loch.Breathtaking.
Enjoy! and report back.
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