JG Says

"The term, 'getting away from it all' must have been coined after a visit to Inver Lodge - the scenery is dramatic and breathtaking. If like so many you need to recharge your batteries, plug into this property you will not be disappointed."

Inver Lodge Hotel & Chez Roux
North West Highlands of Scotland

Inver Lodge Hotel is located on a hillside overlooking the quiet fishing village of Lochinver on the rugged coastline of Sutherland in the Scottish Highlands.

It boasts an unrivalled setting and views of unspoilt wilderness and natural beauty. For nature lovers, it is the ideal place from which to explore the many wonders of this natural environment: Atlantic seals in the harbour, golden eagles over the mountains, red deer on the moorland and salmon and brown trout in the rivers and lochs. Explore also the clear white sandy beaches at Achmelvich, Clachtoll and Clashnessie and the ruins of Ardvreck Castle.

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THINGS TO KNOW

  •  All 21 bedrooms offer six foot wide double beds or extra large twin beds
  • All bedrooms are furnished with a writing desk, dressing table, coffee table and easy chairs.
  • Mini bar, Roberts radio, flat screen TV, trouser press, wireless internet connection and telephone
  • Dine at the hotel’s Chez Roux restaurant, headed by Albert Roux, which prides itself on using local seafood ingredients.
  • Brown trout and salmon fishing in the area going back to the 19th century.
  • The neighbourhood is also becoming a culinary destination.

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THINGS TO DO:

  • Visit Highland Stoneware Pottery in either Lochinver or Ullapool to watch the potters work.
  • Drive to Kylesku, have lunch at the Kylesku Hotel and take the boat to Britain’s Highest Waterfall. In full flow this waterfall is 3 times the height of Niagara Falls!
  • Visit the Stoer Head Lighthouse near the westernmost point of the Stoer Peninsula.
  • Visit the Bone Caves which are 2 miles south of Inchnadamph.
  • Durness is a string of hamlets in the north – definitely worth a see for some amazing sights.