The Dundonnell Hotel lets you enjoy all the Scottish Highlands has to offer along with the best of Gaelic Hospitality.
The Dundonnell Hotel has 23 en suite rooms all with tea & coffee facilities and complimentary toiletries. All of our rooms have fantastic views of either Little Loch Broom or the surrounding mountains.
There are no televisions in the rooms giving guests a chance to read, relax and unplug from their daily routines, and make the most of the beautiful surroundings.
There is free wifi in the public areas only and a variety of books and magazines to read from one of many book shelves through out the hotel.
We have furnished the rooms with your comfort in mind to ensure that you have a relaxing night's sleep and wake up refreshed ready to take on another day's adventure.
The Dundonnell Hotel offers a good choice of hearty bar meals supplemented with the ever changing specials board that features a good choice of locally sourced fish and seafood.
Along with all the food and drink you can enjoy regular live music session hosted by local musicians. If you play or sing you will be more than welcome to join in. Sessions are usually held on Monday and Friday nights from 08:30pm, but are subject to change so its best to call to avoid dissapointment.
There is an elevated garden which looks out over Little Loch Broom plus a few other outdoor spots where you can enjoy a drink outside on a warm summer's evening and take in a spectacular sunset.
Opposite the hotel there is a petrol station where you can refuel before continuing your journey. The hotel has one of the best locations of any hotel in the Scottish Highlands, as it is nestled between Little Loch Broom and the magnificent mountain range of An Teallach. This beautiful part of Wester Ross is a mecca for all lovers of the outdoors who come to fully appreciate the amazing scenery and the rugged landscape and due to the clear air and no light pollution in this area you can see the awe inspiring Northern Lights. The Hotel is the perfect venue to explore this fantastic part of the West of Scotland and it can offer you a relaxing refuge or a chance to sing and laugh the night away. The only problem you'll have is that you won't want to leave!