Glengarry Castle Hotel
Turn off the A82 onto a wooded drive, and you will pass the emotive ruins of Invergarry Castle in the grounds of this Scottish baronial mansion overlooking Loch Oich. More
Good Hotel Guide Review
Turn off the A82 onto a wooded drive and you will pass the emotive ruins of Invergarry Castle in the grounds of this Scottish baronial mansion overlooking Loch Oich. Long run as a hotel by the hands-on MacCallum family, it is old-fashioned in an appealing way. Beyond the pine-panelled reception there are spacious public rooms with deep sofas, comfy armchairs, blazing log fires, oil paintings and, at tea o’clock, freshly baked scones. Bedrooms, from a single to deluxe four-poster rooms, have traditional decor, sprigs, stripes and pelmets, maybe a bay window with a view of the loch and resplendent rhododendrons. Beds are made up with sheets and blankets. Bathrooms have a bath and walk-in shower or an over-bath shower. At night, the menu features local, seasonal and foraged ingredients in dishes such as Shetland crab ravioli with langoustine bisque, samphire and wild sorrel; braised belly and pan-fried loin of lamb, polenta, watercress purée, roasted garlic and breaded sweetbread. There are vegetarian options, too. After breakfast, you can fish for brown trout or stroll to the castle, which twice hosted Bonnie Prince Charlie.
early Apr–late Oct.
library, lounge with bar service, in-room TV (Freeview), 60-acre grounds (gardens, woodlands, tennis, rowing boats).
all ages welcomed, not in deluxe bedrooms (ages 3–12 £40, over-12s £60 on extra bed, children’s supper by arrangement).
allowed by arrangement in some bedrooms (no charge), and hall, not in deluxe rooms, lounge or library.
Amex, MC, Visa.
B&B doubles from £150, singles from £100. Fixed-price dinner £32–£40 (2/3 courses).