This traditional shooting lodge offers supreme Highland comfort. Very authentic right down to the peat tinted water.
All of the luxurious 18 bedrooms are individually designed with fine furnishings and fabrics and many of them offer spectacular views over the loch to the Torridon Mountains. All rooms have en-suite, Victorian-style bathrooms – some with free standing baths, which contrast beautifully alongside the modern convenience of satellite television, internet access and Roberts FM radio with Ipod docking stations.
Onsite is the Torridon Restaurant, a 3 rosette dining establishment, offering a 5 course table d’hôte menu prepared by head chef, David Barnett and much of it sourced from the Torridon Farm! For afters, you can enjoy a night-cap inthe relaxing surroundings of the award winning whisky bar
Day trips can be made to the Isle of Skye and the hotel as an extensive range of activities on offer from sea-kayaking and gorge scrambling to archery and clay-pigeon-shooting.
For sheer raw, wild and natural beauty this area of Scotland is hard to match.http://www.thetorridon.com/