Ballachulish HotelBallachulish Hotel in the Scottish Highlands is surrounded by breathtaking scenery, with Glencoe and Loch Linnhe a short distance away, perfect for romantic breaks 0844 8559 133 11am 3 20 No rates available
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The look and feel of The Ballachulish Hotel, Ballachulish is very Scottish, located right on the lochside in the Scottish Highlands.
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Number of Bedrooms: 53
Parking Spaces: 60
Steps into Hotel: 8
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The Ballachulish Hotel, Ballachulish is one of Britain’s oldest and best-known inns. The Ballachulish Hotel allows guests to surround themselves with some of the most breathtaking scenery in Britain. As you make your way down the glen through the dramatic Glencoe, the mountains divide to expose the wide waters of Loch Linnhe stretching before you. The Ballachulish hotel is a turreted baronial Highland home, located right on the lochside with a mountain backdrop. Log fires roar all year, adding to the Highland atmosphere the Ballachulish Hotel exudes. It is an ideal venue for a special romantic break or simply to relax, away from the hustle and bustle of modern day life.
The Ballachulish Hotel, Ballachulish is within easy reach of Oban, the Isles of Mull and Iona, Fort William and the world famous harry potter line.
Comfortable and stylish, the bedrooms at The Ballachulish Hotel provide everything you would expect from a 3star, loch side, country house hotel.
The Ballachulish hotel Bulas Bistro prides itself in serving the best locally sourced produce, to give its diners an innovative and delicious menu.
The Ballachulish Hotel in Ballachulish offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year.
Decorated in traditional style reflecting the hotel's Highland heritage, the cosy standard rooms allow you to lay your head in comfort.
Located on the first and second floors, these charming rooms make the ideal base for a relaxing short break.
The Feature Rooms at The Ballachulish Hotel have one thing in common; a breath-taking panoramic view of the Loch to the front of the hotel.
Decorated in traditional hues to reflect the Highland heritage of this well loved hotel, these rooms are located on the ground, first and second floors.
Choose from twin or double room configuration or if you are travelling with family or as part of a group, the hotel can offer extra beds in the larger bedrooms or two or more rooms close by to one another.
Bar & Restaurant
The Ballachulish hotel, Ballachulish Bulas Bistro has won awards for being one of the best and most innovative restaurants in the Glencoe and Fort William area. The Bistro uses the freshest ingredients, sourced locally.
The Bulas Bar has a contemporary atmosphere with roaring log fires and a fine selection of wines, beers and single malt whiskies. Food is also served daily in the Ballachulish hotel Bar.
Guests also have the option to relax in the wood panelled lounge with spectacular views of the surrounding lochs and mountains.
Dinner is served from: 6pm - 9pm
Breakfast is served from: 7:30am - 9:30am.
When dinner is included in your rate you will be entitled to a 3 course meal from the menu. Although some options may incur an additional supplement whish is stated on the menu.
Directions to Ballachulish Hotel in Ballachulish
The Ballachulish Hotel is just off the main A82 Glasgow to Fort William Road, situated 400yds from the A828 roundabout underneath the Bridge. Coming from Glasgow or Stirling you will pass by the village of Ballachulish and will come to a roundabout. Take the right hand exit (signposted Oban). If you cross the Ballachulish Bridge you’ve gone wrong!
When travelling from the North you will pass over the Ballachulish Bridge then come to the same roundabout. Take the left hand exit (sign posted Oban). If you reach Ballachulish again you’ve taken the wrong exit. If you are travelling from Oban you will see the Bridge ahead of you and the Ballachulish hotel is right by the road
The Ballachulish Hotel is 14 miles from Fort William and 30 miles from Oban.
Hotel Notice Board
Update: 14/08/2020: The Ballachulish Hotel will be closed from the 21st August - 17th December 2020.
Changes to use of leisure facilities at the Isle of Glencoe:
As of the 1st April 2019 guests booked into the Ballachulish Hotel will no longer have complimentary use of the leisure facilities located at the Isle of Glencoe Hotel. Passes can be purchased at the hotel reception for access to the leisure facilities at the Isles of Glencoe.
Unless otherwise stated when staying on rates that includes Dinner guest are entitled to 3 courses from the main menu, however some items may carry an additional supplement which will be noted on the menu.
When booking for Festive Breaks, please book the Festive Package. If you book on the short break rates you will NOT be included in any of the Festive Programme.
Not all rooms have bath's in the room.
Visit Glencoe to find out why it has been described as a destination to rival anywhere the rest of the world has to offer. The breathtakingly beautiful combination of lochs, mountains, glens and rivers provides everything essential to a good holiday.
On foot – outdoor walking for everyone. From leisurely short walks, hiking, rambling through to full on mountain climbing.
- On water – Ease your way in with loch cruises, ferry rides and sailing and then move up a gear to rib rides, watersports, canyoning and diving!
- On wheels – activities on 2 and 4 wheels. Mountain biking, rally karting and endless scenic drives.
- On horseback – something for all ages! Trekking and riding through the countryside of the Highlands of Scotland.
There are many ways to discover the area's wildlife, besides donning walking boots and binoculars and heading out into the great outdoors.
Why not consider:
- Spending some time on the lochside fishing whilst keeping an eye out for bird life, seals and otters
- Taking a high-speed RIB ride or a more sedate cruise on the loch where you might see porpoise, otters and seals as well as eagles and buzzards
- Visit the Sea Life Centre near Oban for a glimpse into what lies beneath the sparkling lochs of the west coas