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Gairloch, Argyll & Bute, IV21 2AN

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Gairloch, Argyll & Bute, IV21 2AN

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Shieldaig Lodge is a luxury Victorian Highland retreat set in a 26,000 acre estate amongst the stunning scenery of the West Highlands nestled next to the stunning Loch Gairloch. Situated a short distance from the Highland village of Gairloch, Shieldaig Lodge retains the warm and welcoming atmosphere of its original 19th century origins.

Our restaurant offers stunning panoramic waterside views, roaring log fires, snug lounges and a hand-picked whisky and gin bar. Using fresh, locally sourced Scottish ingredients and home-grown produce from our kitchen garden, guests can enjoy a daily bespoke menu lovingly created by our classically trained Head Chef, Jermone Perdont and his team.

The Shieldaig Estate has one of the finest larders. Rare breed lamb, Highland cattle and its own deer herd can be found on the estate. Crab, lobster, langoustine, oysters and scallops are caught by hand right in front of the hotel. Salmon is locally smoked.

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Information on Shieldaig Lodge , Gairloch

Average Cost: £95 (three course dinner for two including 1 bottle of house wine, 1 bottle of mineral water and coffee)
Timings: Open: 6PM    
Last Orders for Dinner: 8:45PM
Closed:  11PM
General Info: Seating Capacity: 35
Private Dining: YES
Accommodation:  Number of Rooms: 12
Wheel Chair Access:  Yes
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Review of Shieldaig Lodge

Posted on by John BCustomer visited Mar 2018

My wife and I stayed at your wonderful hotel for 3 days last week.
The is hotel is beautifully situated, with welcoming staff, beautiful rooms, wonderful food, in particular the venison which was the best ever and an altogether lovely ambience. The staff are all very helpful and attentive and the whiskies,Wow!! We truly loved our stay and took in lots of walks nearby, at Gairloch and even over to Inverewe gardens. A truly wonderful and relaxing break. We also visited the B24 crash site which was very poignant and atmospheric. We will hoprfully return to this wonderful hotel. Thank you so much. John and Maureen Blake. We love Wester Ross.


Review of Shieldaig Lodge

Posted on by Chapmanssj NCustomer visited Feb 2018

Our visit to Shieldaig Lodge was our first and certainly won't be our last! The staff were very friendly and helpful, the decor outstanding and the meals served were delicious. We would find it difficult to say anything negative! The location is beautiful and everything comes together for a peaceful, quiet and enjoyable stay.


Review of Shieldaig Lodge

Posted on by Heilanchinadoll NCustomer visited Feb 2018

There is nothing bad to say about this place, The lodge itself is in a lovely location, the room we had was brilliant, the staff were lovely and the food was amazing, We will definitely be going back and i highly recommend to everyone as it's a great stay.


Review of Shieldaig Lodge

Posted on by Nick BCustomer visited Feb 2018

Dinner at Shieldaig Lodge is a must - reasonably priced and sourced locally whenever possible. Venison, cod, guinea fowl, the list goes on. Always cooked and presented perfectly. Just last night I had the most wonderful seafood starter followed by venison. Thinking about it makes me glad we’re already booked to return in April. Equally impressive is the breakfast, a wide choice of pastries, cereals and fruits in addition to the incredible full Scottish cooked offering. Obviously the cooked is the highlight of the lot!


Review of Shieldaig Lodge

Posted on by Mike NCustomer visited Feb 2018

Great regional menu prepared by an accomplished chef. Scottish breakfasts are interesting and well prepared. Dinners are interesting and reflect the region with game dishes, contemporary fare and gourmet flair.


Review of Shieldaig Lodge

Posted on by Anne DCustomer visited Dec 2017

We ate dinner every evening - Christmas day was a late lunch and a buffet in the evening which was a great idea. The food was very good with a great local produce content. Desserts were amazing. Breakfasts were excellent with a great choice of hot and cold. The bar offers a great range of whisky and gin - and a warming open fire.The lounge was warm and welcoming with an open log fire and a good range of seating and here we had afternoon tea - pies, cakes, meringues..... very good indeed.


Review of Shieldaig Lodge

Posted on by Mel TCustomer visited Dec 2017

Stayed for two nights on a short winter break. Hotel is tastefully decorated and was very comfortable with log fires and a relaxing lounge. The bar also had some interesting whiskies and gins!! Food was first class and staff were both friendly and efficient. Very enjoyable and would definitely recommend.


Review of Shieldaig Lodge

Posted on by Gadgie NCustomer visited Nov 2017

A warm welcome from manager Ismet to a traditional shooting lodge type hotel with tasteful decor and original features and open fires in the public rooms. Amazing selection of whiskies and gins in the bar. Spacious bedroom with view across the sea. Professionally presented food with genuine local produce particularly the smoked salmon. Friendly staff with good local knowledge.


Review of Shieldaig Lodge

Posted on by Trish MCustomer visited Jul 2016

We stopped for some afternoon tea as we were passing and it was definitely worth it. We were made feel extremely welcome and the tea with shortbread hit the spot. Well worth the stop.

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