The historic Ballachulish Hotel has sat between the atmospheric banks of Loch Linnhe and Loch Leven, and the rugged Scottish Munros since 1877. Take off your hiking boots, set yourself down by the crackling fire, and enjoy some Highland hospitality.
What makes a stay at Ballachulish Hotel unique?
A cosy and memorable stay in a hotel steeped in history, the Ballachulish Hotel is comfortable, serves scrumptious seafood, and phenomenal views. Perfectly located for extreme adventurers and un-winding weekend wanderers, a stay at Ballachulish Hotel can be as exciting or as relaxed as you want it to be.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Ballachulish Hotel?
With an 1881 Gin & tonic awaiting your arrival and many rooms facing out to the Loch or local mountains, you'll feel immediately relaxed in your Highland hideaway. All 53 rooms are guaranteed to give you a great night's sleep and are available in double or a twin with their own ensuite.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Glencoe area?
Surrounded by glorious mountains and lochs, the Glencoe area is your outdoor playground. Summit Munros, paddleboard on Loch Leven, Sea Kayak on Loch Linnhe, wander around Glencoe Lochan, scale the walls at Ice Factor, or take yourself shopping on the high street of Fort William. Rain, snow or sunshine, there is always something to try in Glencoe.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Ballachulish has two tremendous menus offering up some of the finest seafood in the Highlands, as well as a variety of other dishes to satisfy all tastes. Sitting on the banks of Loch Leven and Loch Linnhe, you can guarantee your fish really is the catch of the day. An eclectic wine menu and a fully stocked bar will be waiting for you.