Wind your way through the glen to the shores of Loch Torridon, arrive in 58 acres of parkland estate and the fairytale-like turrets will soon come into view.

Remote, romantic, atmospheric and undoubtedly one of the most spectacular hotels in the Highlands, welcome to The Torridon.

Completed in 1887, expect Victorian opulence merged with contemporary Highland style, roaring log fires, a sumptuous lounge and classical Whisky & Gin Bar. Look up in the drawing room at the zodiac ceiling – Queen Victoria was fascinated with astrology. Experience the field-to-fork ethos from the two-acre kitchen garden and farm, home to Highland cows, pigs, fruit, herbs and vegetables. Rest, knowing this hotel is ecologically sound and recognised for a commitment to sustainability.

At day’s end step outside and look to the stars; Torridon has some of the country’s darkest skies. Settle into a deep slumber, enveloped in glorious tranquillity.

View The Torridon’s entry in the Good Hotel Guide

Need to Know


Check-in at 2.00pm.


Check-out at 11.00am.

Also Worth Knowing


At The Torridon we are delighted to cater to children of all ages.

Hotel Facilities

Bar/Lounge, Free Internet, Free Parking, Kids’ Activities, Pets Allowed in Cottages and Grounds, Restaurant, Room Service, Suites, Wheelchair access.


Archery, Clay Pigeon shooting, Gorge Scrambling, Guided walks, Canoeing, Mountain Biking, Mountain Guiding, Coasteering, Family Activity, Other offsite Activity.


The Torridon Restaurant

The Torridon Restaurant is a 3 AA rosette fine dining establishment. We offer a daily 4 course and a tasting menu prepared by our award winning chef Paul Green .

Restaurant dress code

Smart casual.

Restaurant opening times

  • Dinner menu: 6.00-9.00pm


Our whisky bar stocks over 365 different malt whiskies from your personal favourites to some rare bottles for that special occasion or treat. We also stock 120 gins including our very own Arcturus gin

Exclusive Use

Max Capacity: 55
Cost per night: n/a
Min cost per person: n/a


From £275 per room per night

What the Experts Say

“A grand Scottish lodge with one of the best settings in the UK, this hotel offers everything from superb food to a comprehensive outdoor activity program. With comfortable rooms and an abundance of thoughtful touches, this is a fantastic Highland escape with the surrounding beauty at its heart.”

The Telegraph



The Torridon

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Offers & Packages

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Stargazing Experience

The Torridon has launched a dazzling stargazing experience, offering guests the opportunity to explore the night sky.

The wilderness surrounding The Torridon is classified as a ‘Bortle 1 or 2 location’. This means that The Torridon is amongst the clearest locations on earth and we can experience rich views of the Milky Way and thousands of naked eye stars. The Torridon is the perfect place to experience the night sky in all it’s glory, far from anywhere and in a perfect hideaway location.

Available between Late September – March due to the light availability, the package is open to those staying at the resort and includes:

  • Three course seasonal menu for two with astronomer Stephen Mackintosh
  • Stargazing lecture where you will learn about the stars, skies and what to expect on the excursion
  • Excursion to put theory into practice
  • All equipment provided

Suitable for beginners, amateurs and aficionados, astronomer Stephen Mackintosh will share a wealth of knowledge about the night sky during a stargazing lecture in The Torridon and then take you out on a stargazing excursion in the surrounding highlands. Head back to the hotel for post-excursion Q&As, as well as a complimentary selection of photographs taken by Stephen during your trips out.

Price from £1070 staying in a Classic bedroom inclusive of bed and breakfast per room for 2 nights and the above stargazing package on one evening. Other rooms are available



Available until 28/03/2021

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Inclusive Packages

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The Torridon Adventure Package

There are countless ways to spend a day up here at The Torridon, with mountains, lochs, and lots to see!

If you love adventure, then this is the package for you. Choose a half-day activity of your choice for 2 people from just £265 including Bed and Breakfast.

We have a huge choice of activities for you to choose from, such as sea kayaking, open canoeing, gorge scrambling, mountain biking, climbing or guided walks.

We have an experienced and qualified activities team who love the outdoors and all it offers and will guide you through your activity. They are happy to cater for complete beginners or can offer something more challenging for those that are more experienced.

What the offer includes

  • B&B in the hotel for 2 people in a classic bedroom with other rooms available
  • An qualified instructor for 2 people
  • All the equipment needed for the specific activity.


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Whisky Experience

You can come and stay at The Torridon Hotel from £225 B&B per room per night with our amazing Whisky Tasting package.

Stocking 365 whiskies, offering one for each day of the year, come and find your favourite with a whisky tasting for two in our award winning Whisky Bar.

What the offer includes

  • B&B in the hotel for 2 people in a classic bedroom with other rooms available
  • Whisky Tasting Experience for 2 people

You can add on a Nosing Glass for £9.50 or a bottle of The Torridon Whisky for £35.00.




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By Road

From Inverness, cross the Kessock bridge and head for Ullapool (A835). Just beyond the village of Garve, at the A832 turn left, signposted Kyle of Lochalsh. Follow this road all the way to Achnasheen. Once at Achnasheen, continue on the road to Kinlochewe (do not take the turn off to the Kyle of Lochalsh). The road narrows into single track, and the distance to Kinlochewe is 10 miles. In Kinlochewe, pass the hotel on the left, and take the next road left (A896) to Torridon. After 10 miles, pass Torridon Village turnoff; the hotel's driveway is one mile beyond on the right.

By Air

Inverness Airport (INV) 67 miles

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Attractions Near The Torridon

National Trust Gardens at Inverewe

The gardens at Inverewe are one of the most popular tourist attractions in Scotland, with a variety of exotic plant species. There are extensive views from both high and low vantage points of the Loch (Ewe) as well as the surround Highlands and out to sea. The gardens are open from the end of March to the end of September.

Isle of Skye

If you fancy a walk, climbing or simply glorious scenery, the Isle of Skye is a particularly famous mountain area to visit. 9,000 people live on the island but because of its popularity it is home to cottage museums, many craft shops and water sport activities such as canoeing, windsurfing and yachting. In addition to this there are historic exhibits, nature trails, Dunvegan Castle (open all year round) and plenty of places to stop and eat along the way.

Weddings at The Torridon

Torridon is a wonderful hideaway located in the Highlands of Scotland with its rugged landscapes and breath-taking views, the perfect location for a wedding on the shores of Loch Torridon. Our personal, professional, friendly service ensures that your day will be memorable. We can organise everything for you and tailor make the day to what you wish it to be.

Need to know

Facilities & Features

The main hotel has 18 individually designed bedrooms and with our cosy Inn located next door, it is ideal for the extra guests you wish to have at your special day.

Oak panelled library – max. 15 guests

Small weddings of 2-15 people may be held in our beautifully decorated oak panelled library which holds a warm and romantic ambiance.

Drawing room – max. 55 guests

Medium sized to larger weddings of 55 guests are held in our drawing room or outside on the front lawn with the mountains behind you (weather permitting). Bridal couples also have the option to be married on the front lawn.

We can organise every detail of your special day from the ceremony, photographers, table decoration, Highland ceilidh, flowers and perhaps a helicopter to whisk you away for your honeymoon.

The Torridon has an award winning whiskey bar where you could enjoy a whiskey tasting or perhaps enjoy the great outdoors with some activities with our fully qualified instructors; kayaking, clay shooting and gorge scrambling to name but a few.

Menu Options

Advice is offer from chef, David Barnett, on his three rosette fine dining meals as well as fine wine decisions from our sommelier. We offer a seasonal and locally sourced menu for our guests to choose from. Enjoy fresh seafood from Loch Torridon or even beef from our Highlanders.


We recognise that weddings are unique so we organise everything on an individual basis to ensure that exclusive luxury with a personal touch is given to all.

Civil Ceremonies

The Torridon is licensed for civil ceremonies.

Planning Services

Planning services are available.

Meetings at The Torridon

Day delegate rate: from £65
24-hour delegate rate: from £205

Maximum number of delegates:
16 (boardroom style)
55 (full exclusivity)