The Gairloch Highland Lodge

Algemene informatie

Centrum Gairloch

17 slaapkamers met bad en/of douche en toilet

Schots ontbijt inbegrepen

3/4-persoons / familiekamer mogelijk

Diner NIET mogelijk


Gairloch Highland Lodge, built in the 1980’s, is set against a spectacular mountain backdrop looking out over the harbour to the Isle of Skye and beyond, and makes the perfect base from which to explore and enjoy the dramatic landscape and varied attractions of Wester Ross in the North-West Highlands of Scotland.

Not open to non-residents, Gairloch Highland Lodge is extremely peaceful and relaxing and is the ideal place to stay for all categories of traveller.
Single travellers are welcome and some of the large rooms are ideal for families.

There are 27 well appointed ensuite rooms, have recently been refurbished, and are fully en-suite, with bath and/or shower, remote-controlled colour TV, direct-dial telephone, alarm, hairdryer, shaver point, heated towel rail, hospitality tray and guest adjustable central heating.

Wireless broadband is available within the public areas together with a laptop access which is located in the resident’s lounge for those not travelling with their own internet devices.

In addition to our standard rooms, we also have family rooms, adjoining rooms, triple beds as well as a king-sized four-poster and queen-size beds.

We do not serve evening meals or lunches at Gairloch Highland Lodge. However we offer a range of menus to suit all tastes at our award winning sister hotel The Old Inn which is just a 5-minute walk away.

Food plays a very important role at The Old Inn, and guests return again and again to savour the renowned Scottish West Coast seafood and Highland game produce. Our dishes mostly comprise of locally caught fish ( such as monkfish, hake, sole, calamaris, salmon and haddock) and shellfish ( crab, langoustine, mussels, scallops, Lobster) and local estates provide us with wild venison, pheasant and partridge.
Several recipes by our Head Chef, Chris Bentley, have appeared in cookery books and mentioned in national newspaper articles. The hotel also has its own small smokehouse where Chris smokes a range of fish and game for our menus.

With its cosy Resident’s Lounge and bar, broadband access and drying room, to the panoramic views from the Breakfast Room, Gairloch Highland Lodge is a home from home. The hotel is pet-friendly.