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We stayed at the hotel at the end of June for 3 nights. We had a wonderful break with glorious weather. It was my birthday whilst we were there and we were treated to a glass of champagne and a birthday cake.
We could not...More
We walked in from wet and windy weather and were warmly welcomed by the charming receptionist, Rebecca. All 5 of us were revived in the library by a delicious Afternoon Tea served by spectacularly moustachioed, Shane. We enjoyed a selection of traditional and speciality teas,...More
Seven of us shared a couple of days here, eating the first night in the Torridon Inn and the second in the restaurant. All the staff are charming, and the generous sized rooms all different but beautiful in their own way.We booked clay pigeon shooting...More
beautiful, quiet location. What a view. Great building, fine rooms. Forget abut make a cell call.. no reception. Internet poor to bad... liveable for email, can not access lot of sites as takes too long to load. Very disappointed in dinner at 1887. Very small...More
From the minute you are arrive the Torridon is clearly a well run beautiful hotel in a fabulous setting.
The staff are magnificent. They are the essence of subtle service and make the experience very memorable.
Our room was delightful with a view of the...More
Response from Lochgreen-7 | Reviewed this property |
The view across the loch towards Torridon is spectacular - try to book a room with this view. Remember that these roads are nothing like South Carolina so everything takes a bit longer than back home. The advice elsewhere on... More
The view across the loch towards Torridon is spectacular - try to book a room with this view. Remember that these roads are nothing like South Carolina so everything takes a bit longer than back home. The advice elsewhere on this thread is worth taking - one night in the Torridon, then Skye. The Three Chimneys on Skye is highly recommended. Hope you enjoy our beautiful country.
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"Absolutely must book activities in advance. Pay up for a renovated suite if you can."