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Munlochy Hotel
54 Millbank Road
Munlochy

Fortrose
Highlands

IV8 8NL | View map

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Munlochy Hotel is a former coaching inn dating back to the 18th century. A warm and friendly welcome is extended to all our customers both old and new. Tempting and tasty restaurant and bar meals. During your stay you will have the opportunity to select meals from our lunch and evening menus. These offer a comprehensive range of meat, poultry, fish and specialising in vegetarian dishes to suit all tastes. Our food is well renowned with both locals and tourists alike. We are sure the good food and accommodation we offer are the foundations for your enjoyable break in this unspoilt area.

Our public bar is equiped with a pool table, football table, darts board, duke box, TV showing football games and sporting events. Meals are available durring opening hours until nine pm at night 7 days a week. Our dinning room is available for the use of families. The hotel has a large car parking area for guests.

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Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided
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