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Situated on the edge of the beautiful Glen Affric National Nature Reserve, close to the spectacular Plodda Falls, but only 45 minutes from Inverness, the capital of the Highlands.

This family run hotel is the perfect Highland hideaway in a stunning part of the country, with the wild and remote glens offering magnificent scenery in an area rich in natural heritage and steeped in history.

  • The closest Hotel to beautiful Glen Affric

  • A hidden Gem in the Highlands

  • Click here to read some of our reviews on Trip Advisor

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About Us

   

The Area

Lord Tweedmouth's Guisachan Estate. It has been sympathetically transformed into a comfortable and friendly hotel retaining many of the original features from the days of the Victorian hunting era. Blazing log fires help make the atmosphere comfortable and cosy throughout.

  • Great for walkers and Munro baggers

  • The perfect romantic getaway

  • Ideal venue for small weddings

  • Perfect for corporate team building events

  • Special rates for Groups

   

Set in the picturesque conservation village of Tomich, the hotel is in the ideal location, peaceful and relaxing, yet not too far from many places of beauty and special interest.

  • The closest Hotel to beautiful Glen Affric, considered to be the most beautiful Glen in Scotland

  • Three miles from Plodda Falls, a spectacular waterfall set in a beautiful forest

  • A short distance away from the ancient Corrimony Cairn and the Corrimony RSPB Bird Reserve

 

Christmas & New Year Takeover

Our hotel is closed over the festive period however the premises as a whole is available to hire over the Christmas and New Year holidays for use as a 'rental holiday home'. It's ideally placed and well suited for anyone looking for that perfect Highland getaway. Contact us for details on 01456 415399. 

Other places of interest within easy reach

Loch Ness and Drumnadrochit, The historic village of Beauly, The Highland capital of Inverness, Dolphins at Chanonry Point, Culloden Battlefield, Fort George, The Isle of Skye, Ullapool