Rather an old fashioned hotel with a lot of gold paint and glitter. Large room, comfortable bed, clean, rather old and tired bathroom. Dining room was closed so had to eat in the bar. Service was welcoming and good. Food at dinner not bad. Breakfast also a bit dated.
Remote, surrounded by nature in the wilds of the Torridon area, this is like stepping into an Agatha Christie film. Public rooms are beautifully refurbished and classically furnished with gorgeous fabrics and the elegant main staircase and huge entrance hall are very grand and well-maintained! Only disappointment was the tatty, unloved bar and the firmly closed restaurant. Our bedroom was gorgeous; a huge, gilded, comfortable sleigh bed, large windows looking towards the mountains with a comfortable seating area and a spacious, modern bathroom. Shame about the unattractive, barrack-type bunk houses located far too close to a hotel with plenty of land.
A refurbished country house in the style of Victorian bling, this wonderful lodge is magical and modern while retaining a lot of its original charm and style. The garden with the roaming dear was a delight, as was the surrounding area to walks in. The service was very good, though a little short on numbers. We had a nice evening meal and a fabulous breakfast. The are a few inconveniences such as the slow Wi-Fi , but mobile data was good, and the low water pressure in the shower. The food was mostly good especially breakfast was excellent, but my chicken main was pretty dry, though the sauce and vegetables were yummy. The veggie lasagne was delicious. The room was spacious and a real delight with wonderful views of the gardens. Sitting in the drawing room with a drink looking out into the gardens was a delight after dinner.…
On arrival we were welcomed by 'Clucky' a very free-range hen. She was very conversant with guest arrivals, not at all frightened and appeared to hold a conversation in 'chicken speak'. The hotel was a hunting lodge commissioned by Major Ross. Now privately owned, serves as a very fine hotel accommodation and a venue for all sorts of events. The breakfast was sumptuous and well prepared from locally sourced ingredients wherever possible. The service was attentive and nothing was too much trouble. Highly recommended.
We stayed here on our way up to Gairloch to get married. The hotel is beautiful and spotlessly clean and hospitality is second to none. The room was huge, with double aspect windows through which we watched the sunset and deer on the horizon. Food in the restaurant is a little limited at the moment, but totally understandable due to Covid and doesn't detract from the stay at all. Breakfast is highly recommended with an excellent choice of cooked and continental. Such wonderful hospitality and we would not hesitate to stay here again or recommend to friends.