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I was lucky enough to have my girl accept my proposal of marriage in the stunning mountain landscape of Glen Torridon. She was then lucky enough to be taken to The Torridon Hotel for a night of celebration. Ahem, an evening of celebration....
Stunning location, warm welcome, log fires, top quality food, beautiful room, dream of a bed and a brilliant bar. Heaven for whisky or gin connoisseurs - and try the driest martini as a run up to a Highland Fling! Drive around Loch Torridon over the...More
Midges, be damned. The blight of the Scottish coast never fail to make their presence felt, but the oasis of calm presented by The Torridon helped alleviate the frustration.
Remote is an understatement when describing its location, so be sure you like to be disconnected...More
We did not stay at the hotel but went for teatime. It was a great time and we (10 of us) had a wonderful moment there. We were accommodated very nicely and the teas, cakes and scones were delicious - all for a fractional what...More
Great location for afternoon tea and a fantastic place for a quiet and relaxing afternoon. My family had afternoon tea here and loved the scones with clotted cream and jam. We even came for seconds the next day. The hot chocolate's great too.
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The view across the loch towards Torridon is spectacular - try to book a room with this view. Remember that these roads are nothing like South Carolina so everything takes a bit longer than back home. The advice elsewhere on... More
The view across the loch towards Torridon is spectacular - try to book a room with this view. Remember that these roads are nothing like South Carolina so everything takes a bit longer than back home. The advice elsewhere on this thread is worth taking - one night in the Torridon, then Skye. The Three Chimneys on Skye is highly recommended. Hope you enjoy our beautiful country.