The Torridon

The Torridon Hotel is a 4 star hotel, located at the end of a magnificent sea loch. The Torridon offers 19 bedrooms with stunning views and the utmost in comfort and luxury. Guests will receive a friendly and unique fine dining experience, enjoying fresh fish and shellfish, beef, lamb, wild boar and succulent fruit and vegetables. Activities provided include kayaking, mountain guiding, rock climbing, gorge scrambling, guided glen walks, archery, clay pigeon shooting and mountain biking. Set in 58 acres of parkland at the end of a magnificent sea loch, The Torridon has one of the most spectacular and idyllic locations in the country. The Torridon offers 19 bedrooms with stunning views and the utmost in comfort and luxury. Whether you are here for a romantic getaway or for a fun filled family weekend we will ensure that your expectations are exceeded on every level. At the end of the day, whether you have enjoyed a relaxing day in and around the hotel, or taken part in some of the activities, you will love eating in the two rosette fine dining restaurant.

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Classic

Guest Rooms are individually designed with fine furnishings and fabrics, decorated to ensure the utmost in comfort. The relaxing bedrooms are spacious - many offering fantastic views across the Loch to the Torridon mountains.

    Superior

    Superior Rooms feature Victorian style bathrooms – some with free standing baths – contrast beautifully alongside the modern convenience of satellite television, internet access and Roberts FM radio with Ipod docking stations. All the bedrooms are individually designed with fine furnishings and fabrics, decorated to ensure the utmost in comfort. The relaxing bedrooms are spacious - many offering fantastic views across the Loch to the Torridon mountains.

      Deluxe

      Waking up in one of the 19 luxurious en-suite bedrooms with views of an ever-changing Highland scenery, never fails to impress, no matter what the weather. King-size beds made up with the finest 100 per cent Egyptian cotton sheets underlines that feeling of opulence. Victorian-style bathrooms – some with free standing baths – contrast beautifully alongside the modern convenience of satellite television, internet access and Roberts FM radio with Ipod docking stations. All the bedrooms are individually designed with fine furnishings and fabrics, decorated to ensure the utmost in comfort. The relaxing bedrooms are spacious - many offering fantastic views across the Loch to the Torridon mountains.

        Master

        Master Bedrooms feature King-size beds made up with the finest 100 per cent Egyptian cotton sheets underlines that feeling of opulence. Victorian-style bathrooms – some with free standing baths – contrast beautifully alongside the modern convenience of satellite television, internet access and Roberts FM radio with Ipod docking stations. All the bedrooms are individually designed with fine furnishings and fabrics, decorated to ensure the utmost in comfort. The relaxing bedrooms are spacious - many offering fantastic views across the Loch to the Torridon mountains. Master bedrooms are the largest rooms, with stunning views of the Torridon mountains.

          Suite

          Waking up in one of the luxurious Suites bedrooms with views of an ever-changing Highland scenery, never fails to impress, no matter what the weather. King-size beds made up with the finest 100 per cent Egyptian cotton sheets underlines that feeling of opulence. Victorian-style bathrooms – some with free standing baths – contrast beautifully alongside the modern convenience of satellite television, internet access and Roberts FM radio with Ipod docking stations. All the bedrooms are individually designed with fine furnishings and fabrics, decorated to ensure the utmost in comfort. The relaxing bedrooms are spacious - many offering fantastic views across the Loch to the Torridon mountains.

            The Torridon Hotel (4*) Restaurants

            With the best of the Highland larder right on our doorstep, the quality of produce used by the chefs at The Torridon Restaurant is second to none. Top restaurateurs from London and the continent would be very envious of the fresh fish and shellfish, beef, lamb, wild boar and succulent fruit and vegetables on offer - all sourced for maximum freshness and as locally as possible. Whether it's tradition, romance or a sociable dinner with friends or family, The Torridon is far from the maddening crowds of any big city. Guests will receive a friendly and unique fine dining experience. The restaurant staff are friendly, professional & always on hand to give advice on food and wine.

              The Torridon Hotel (4*) Activities

              Torridon Activities is located at foot of Liathach and the shores of Torridon with some of the best walking, mountaineering, rock climbing, and kayaking anywhere in the UK. They pride themselves on making the outdoors accessible to anyone and cater for the novice to the expert, offering fun and tuition to develop their skills.

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