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The Cluanie Inn Glenmoriston offers a beautiful setting in the remote wilderness of the picturesque Glen Shiel, en route to the Isle of Skye. Stop off at this rustic yet charming Inn and enjoy friendly staff, cosy accommodation, hearty scrumptious meals and the warm atmosphere of crackling log fires.
Private Car Park
Number of Bedrooms: 18
Parking Spaces: 25
Steps into Hotel: 2
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The Cluanie Inn located in Glenmoriston offers a beautiful, tranquil setting nestled within the stunning mountainside of Glen Shiel. Located on the way to the Isle of Skye and just a car journey to Fort William, Fort Augustus and Inverness, The Cluanie Inn is the ideal place for exploring the Scottish Highland's many natural beauties. Serving travellers for over 100 years and previously known as 'Rhiabuie', The Cluanie Inn is the ideal place for walkers, Skiers or simply a relaxing getaway. Enjoy lots of nearby outdoor activities or be tempted by the many attractions that await you in the small towns nearby.
First established in 1787 as an isolated staging post, The Cluanie Inn offers rustic yet charming accommodation which retains many of its original character and features. It's 'mountain cottage' interior reflects the wilderness lifestyle of the Highlands with warm, bold colours, rustic wooden floors and robust furniture. Take your pick from 18 spacious yet cosy rooms all equipped with luxury amenities and stunning glen views. Within each room you can enjoy luxurious Goose Down duvets & pillows, soft white linen and en-suites with fluffy towels, bathrobes, bedroom slippers and hair dryers. For something a bit more special, why not upgrade to The Highland Suite offering lots space and style - one even has it's own sauna!
After a long day of walking or exploring, sip on a refreshing beverage next to the cosy, crackling log fire in the lobby, or indulge in some delicious food and drink in The Cluanie Bar & Kitchen. Here you will be spoiled for choice with the impressive menu, featuring mountain inspired cuisine, hearty classics and international favourites. With a casual yet lively ambience, this is the perfect place for travellers and locals to gather and enjoy the well-stocked bar.
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The Cluanie Inn has 18 comfortable and cosy rooms to choose from ranging from doubles, twins and family rooms to suit all types of stays. Each room the amenities required for your comfort and convenience, such as en-suite bathrooms, robes & slippers, free Wifi, tea/coffee making facilities, ironing facilities and LED Flat screen TVs.
The Glen Rooms
The ‘Mountain Cottage’ style rooms reflect the wilderness lifestyle of the Highlands with warm bold colors, rustic wooden floors and robust furniture. The rooms blend with its wilderness surroundings that can be seen from every window.
The Highland Suites
The warm earthy colors of these spacious Highland rooms have large windows, seating areas, and one suite comes with a sauna. The wooden floors, vintage furniture, and tartan accents create a comfy room where one can gaze at the endless mountain views in every direction.
The Quad Room
A dorm style room with four single beds is ideal for walkers and trekkers. With ample space for hanging boots, jackets and gear, this rustic room is simple and very comforting after a day out in the mountains.
The spacious family room accommodates a double bed and two single beds leaving you relaxed and ready for the day ahead. The windows bring in much of the natural beauty and sunsets that surround the hotel.
Bar & Restaurant
The Cluanie Bar and Kitchen serves mountain inspired cuisine, a menu of impressive hearty classics like burgers, ribs and steaks, and international favourites in a lively and casual ambience where travellers and locals gather to enjoy the well-stocked bar.
Restaurant: 11am – 10pm | Bar: 11am – 11pm
Directions to the Cluanie Inn Glenmoriston:
Situated on the A87 in the village of Glenmoriston between Inverness and the Kyle of Loch Alsh.
Distance to Inverness (52.7 miles)
Distance to Skye (52.7 miles)
Distance to Fort William (49.6 miles)
Distance to Fort Augustus (30.4 miles)
Oban Airport (85 miles)
Inverness Airport (60 miles)
Hotel Notice Board
Dogs are welcome to stay in the hotel in one of the dog-friendly rooms. Please contact reservations on 01357 529129 to check availability of prior to completing your booking.
Disabled Accessible Room
Cluanie Inn has one disabled assisted room. If you require this room type, please call reservations on 01357 529129 to check availability prior to completeing your booking.
There are lots of thing to see & do in the surrounding areas whilst staying at The Cluanie Inn Glenmoriston:
Outdoor Activities & sites
Eilean Donan Castle (14.9 miles): A 13th Century Castle in the Highlands of Scotland on the small tidal Island of Eilean Donan where the three sea lochs meet - Loch Duich, Loch Long and Loch Alsh.
Five Sisters of Kintail (8.1 miles): A classic ridgewalk taking in three Munros.
Loch Garry (16.8 miles): A freshwater Loch 25km of Fort William, a site of special scientific interest with some of the best wild brown trout fishing in the country.
Dining at Fort William
Garrison West (47.6 miles): The Garrison West is pub food menu that serves quality food and drink in stylish, relaxed surroundings.
Crannog Seafood Restaurant (47.1 miles):
Crannog is an institution at a unique location on the Pier at Fort William, with amazing views of the Loch. Dishes are prepared fresh using the most recent catch. Meat eaters, vegetarians and special diets welcome.
The Wildcat (47.2 miles): Vegan eatery and coffee bar offers meals, coffee drinks, and loose leaf teas. Sample dishes such as mixed beans with vegan cheese served with toast, tofu scramble, porridge bowl, and tofu burrito. Has a wholefoods ‘weigh your own’ section at the back of the cafe.
Dining at Fort Augustus
The Boathouse Lochside Restaurant (30.8 miles): One can enjoy a delicious meal at The Boathouse Lochside Restaurant, Scottish/ Mediterranean comfort food in relaxed lochside restaurant and garden set in abbey grounds.
dining at the Isle of Skye
Café Sia (35.8 miles): The homey Cafe? Sia is a great place for delicious wood-fired pizzas, seafood, and a variety of vegan and vegetarian options.
Leakey’s Bookshop is located in a former Gaelic church in Inverness. Piled with nearly 100,000 books, Leakey’s second hand bookstore is a literary lover’s delight.
The Highland Bookshop in Fort William has an extensive stock across all subject areas and is in the middle of the town’s busy High Street.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill specializes in outdoor clothing suited to the Highlands with stores in Spean Bridge and Fort William.
The House of Bruar, in Pitlochry, is the home of Scottish country clothing and a popular place for visitors to pick up cashmere and outdoors wear.
Antique shops are a wonderful place to spend an afternoon browsing at interesting works of art objects and furniture at The Merchant in Inverness, Auldearn Antiques in Nairn, Kintail Crafts before the Isle of Skye and Old Town Curiosities on the banks of the River Ness, Inverness.