Hotels in Ballachulish
Scottish tradition is alive in this fine Baronial hotel. Throughout the centuries this was amongst the best known Inns in the land. Chieftains, Clansmen, Adventurers - all men met at the crossing of the waters in this celebrated drovers Inn. Over a hundred years ago the Hotel took its present fine form. Sample the past beneath turrets and steep gables that stand out from a background of mighty mountains. Or breathe in the history beside the huge sandstone blocks of the majestic building which proudly overlooks the swirling waters of the loch below. The recent past has seen continued refurbishment which ensures that a comfortable blend of traditional style with modern international standards awaits you.
Today you discover a gracious Baronial Hotel - a Highland legend lives on. Flowers greet your arrival in an explosion of colour beside the sweeping staircase. Precious views and picturesque corners. Welcoming firesides tempt for deep relaxation in the elegant Lounge or the cosy Old Library. Time itself seems to have wound back and the pressures of everyday life are no more. Take your vantage in the Cocktail Bar to enjoy a Sunset or venture to the famous Ferry Bar where guests and locals put the worlds to right.
Watch the sunset from the restaruant where delightful fare from Minch and Moor is laid before you. Salmon and Sachertorte, Lamb and Langoustine, Grouse and Gorgonzola; the best from the Highlands and around the world is carefully prepared and masterfully presented by adventurous chefs. A cosmopolitan wine list compliments the perfect evening; sample the vintages throughout your stay.
Nearest Train Station: Fort William
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Ratings/Awards: 4 Star STB/ 3 Star AA
Number of Rooms: 54
Number Ensuite: 54
Nearest Airport: Glasgow
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Chef: Mark Murray
Credit Cards Accepted
Open All Year
Gym - Nearby Leisure Centre
Swimming Pool - Nearby Leisure Centre
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