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Inverlochy Castle Hotel

"This is the ultimate castle stay in Scotland, with rural beauty to match truly regal charms. The atmosphere is unbeatable. Dining is exquisite too. Perhaps not the place for those who crave sleek, modern design, everyone else is all but guaranteed a royal time."

Tomáš Safarik

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Explore Inverlochy Castle Hotel

Fill your lungs with the fresh air of the Scottish highlands. Live out all country fantasies from your stately castle suite. But first, enjoy a private collection by Rolls Royce from the station. This is shortly followed by a grand entrance befitting of nobles.Blessed by guests of honour throughout the centuries, the heritage of Inverlochy Castle has aged with grace. Impressive modern amenities balance the imposing yet cosy interior. Daily excursions inject adrenaline, contentment and outdoor thrills. Savour a Michelin picnic by the beauty of the Loch, then recline with a champagne-accompanied bath. Evening occasions begin with a drink in the Great Hall. Divine dining and wine pairings naturally come next.

Location

Sat at the foot of the mighty Ben Nevis, cradled by Scotland’s finest highland peaks, you’ll find Inverlochy Castle. This palace-turned-hotel boasts remote luxury. And yet, the bustling town of Fort William, Glencoe and the Great Glen are all within easy reach.

Rooms

Within the medieval fortress, a total of 17 stays reside, including three suites. Traditionally dressed and impeccably maintained, rooms house all manner of comforts. Complete with lavish bathrooms and embroidered bed linens, a timeless tranquility remains.

Who is it for

The rustic ambience here will encourage romance between couples. Children are also welcome, and those under eight stay free. As far as pastimes are concerned, boating round the Loch is a particular favourite among families.

Amenities & Activities

Seamless service combines with a wealth of activities, from white-water rafting, skiing, fishing and photography wildlife tours. There’s also a tennis court on the grounds, but really it’s the dining experience that steals the show. Overseen by Michelin-starred talent, the five-course menu marries French and Highland flavours.