Where the mountains meet the sea on the warm West Coast of Scotland lies the Dundonnell Hotel. Family owned and family run, Dundonnell Hotel is one of the leading hotels in the Northern Highlands of Scotland. Combine the comfort, award winning cuisine, and relaxed friendly atmosphere with the beautiful scenery of Wester Ross, a wide variety of local activities and it is little wonder that many of our guests return again and again.
Thanks to careful redevelopment by the proprietors the Florence family, it has lost none of the charm of the original 4 bedroomed Inn despite now boasting 28 rooms.
* The recently refurbished Claymore Restaurant offers an A La Carte menu during the high season from May through September and a Table D Hote menu offering a shortened selection from the A La Carte menu during the months of October, March and April.
* During the winter months guests can dine in either the Tartan Tea room or Broombeg Bar. The Broombeg Bar Menu offers a wide variety of winter warming foods with a Scottish theme. Whatever the time of year, The Dundonnell Hotel will offer delicious food in comfortable surroundings with three star service, use the best of Scottish produce to create a mix of familiar Highland dishes and some of the best that modern culinary creativity has to offer.
* All the bedrooms are individually styled and furnished. Each has its own ensuite facilities, TV, Radio, Direct Dial Telephone, Hairdryer and Tea/Coffee Tray, the Premier rooms have the added advantage of views over Little Loch Broom or up the glen to the magnificent An Teallach Range.
Dundonnell has the advantage of a fine location – it shelters beneath the massive mountain range of An Teallach and has superb views down Little Loch Broom and provides an ideal base from which to explore. Wester Ross is one of the finest holiday areas in Scotland – even a short visit will reveal its many different and beautiful faces.
There are many beautiful walks in the area, both along the coast and inland, to suit the casual stroller or energetic hiker. Places of interest along the way include: the cave at Cove, the wreck of the USS William H Welsh, the cave at Sand, Beast Loch and Fionn Loch.
Loch Ewe and the Torridon mountains offer some of the most spectacular scenery in the country. Gruinard Bay and the beaches at Mellon Udrigle and Opinan are not to be missed, with their stretches of untouched sand - magical! The Benn Eighe nature reserve is nearby.