Finding an ideal charming hotel in Ballachulish does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Ballachulish Hotel, a nice option for travellers like you.
For those interested in checking out Ballachulish Slate Quarry (2.3 mi) while visiting Ballachulish, Ballachulish Hotel is a short distance away.
Rooms at Ballachulish Hotel offer a flat screen TV providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
24 hour front desk is one of the conveniences offered at this hotel. An on-site restaurant will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Ballachulish Hotel, free parking is available.
Travellers looking to enjoy some fish and chips can head to The Laroch Restaurant & Bar or Quarriers Kitchen. Otherwise, you may want to check out a pub such as The Laroch Restaurant & Bar.
Ballachulish Hotel looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Ballachulish.
Don't be suckered into paying for dinner in advance; I was and my £16 fish and chips cost £25. The £9 I didn't spend on food, but thought I'd spend instead on a pint of beer and a latte, transpired that I didn't; the beer and coffee can't be paid for by the advance payment on dinner. Slightly miffed to say the least, and not at all the receptionists fault.
Views are spectacular, food matches the views, even better. All the staff are fantastic, especially Chris & laura who were both extremely helpful during our stay. Great place's around to visit. Even when wet couldnt complain, plenty to do. Definitely worth a visit, will be back.
My family and I had a very pleasant week at the Ballachulish hotel. The staff were delightful. There were a couple of teething problems but Chris, the manager dealt with these very professionally. The a la carte menu is delicious.
We stayed here for three nights as part of a Great Rail Journeys Highland tour. We loved the old-world ambience of the place: warm wood, well-worn comfortable lounges, creaking floorboards and all. Our well-appointed room was splendid with amazing views over the loch. Sadly, all of this was entirely negated by the appalling meals - especially dinner. On two occasions an attractive menu was offered in unheated metal self-serve containers and left to congeal there. This applied to both meat and vegetable dishes. My wife, who passed her professional life teaching food preparation and presentation, used the single word, 'disgusting' to describe the results. For my part, I wondered if things might have begun to contravene the Safe Food Act.
My wife and I are just back from a lovely weekend having stayed in the Ballachulish Hotel for the first time. We stayed in room 105 at the front which provided beautiful views over the loch. "Hats off" to the management team who due to a Covid isolation case, organised dinner on both evenings with a carvery hot plate buffet, and a splendid variety of choice from starter through to sweet. Breakfast both mornings again was a hot plate buffet with a wide variety of options, all too tempting and delicious! The local scenery is just "out of this world", spectacular mountains behind the hotel, stunning sea loch in front and a scenic 9 hole gold course next door, which I managed to play and would recommend. On Saturday lunchtime we booked a table at the Loch Leven Seafood restaurant located on the loch side about 5 miles from the hotel serving fresh shell fish from the loch. I would certainly recommend a visit there.…