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Torridon is an exquisite old hunting lodge set at the edge of Loch Torridon. Not easy to get to and the attractions are limited to the comfortable hotel and outdoor activities in the area but for anyone wanting a visit to the coastal wilds of...More
A visit for afternoon tea with the lovely wife. A stunning drive along single lane roads, glimpsing an amazing building through the hillsides.
A friendly welcome, and an amazing view as we waited. The afternoon tea was amazing, with the homemade strawberry shortcake being a...More
This was a return visit after missing a couple of years and I was not disappointed. The setting is breath-taking, the hotel charming, with grand views and nice little touches. The staff are very welcoming, polite and extremely willing and helpful. Food excellent as ever...More
Beautiful location on loch edge. 1 night in August 2015.Traditional style hotel, very high quality, but retaining a friendly relaxed feel. Lots of organised outdoor activities available (though no time to do them unfortunately). Excellent walks on the loch from the hotel.
Evening meal in...More
I stayed at the Inn next door (excellent by the way!) but wanted to try the taster menu at the restaurant.
This is a gloriously grand place and archetypically Highland Scottish in terms of feel and decor.
The taster menu was excellent, locally sourced and...More
Response from Lochgreen-7 | Reviewed this property |
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.
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"I would definitely go for a Loch view, the views are stunning"