This really is a place like no other, the Torridon hotel in Scotland is famous the world over for its seclusion, glamour and homeliness, all situated in one of the world’s greatest wildernesses.
Nestled in the vast Scottish Highlands and surrounded by woodlands, lakes and fresh green landscapes, the Torridon has something for everyone and is a must visit.
With its own Whisky Bar, stocked with 365 malts and 120 gins, including its own Arcturus gin, you can start every evening of your stay with a new whisky or several, or a gin if you’re that way inclined.
When you’re ready to move through to dinner, the Torridon’s restaurant will astound you with its food on offer.
Pretty much the Highlands on a plate, the Bo & Muc restaurant or the 1887 Restaurant are your two choices for dining at this lovely venue.
The latter is an intimate space that oozes luxury and was named after the year the hotel was built. Headed by chef Paul Green, the venue offers British cuisine made using produce from the Torridon farm and kitchen garden.
Bo & Muc is a relaxed and informal dining space that offers seasonal and local produce, served in the estate’s former buttery that sits next to the old stables.
On to the rooms and guests will find individually designed luxurious spaces filled with unique quirks such as wooden bathtubs and fine artworks to make your stay extra special.
Five-star boutique hotel The Torridon has 18 rooms and suites that feature Scottish and Victorian heritage pieces in keeping with the property, as well as splashes of flamboyant and modern design.
Many of the rooms offer views of the stunning Loch Torridon and the handsome mountains, giving guests plenty to look at, and an opportunity to experience the landscape without venturing too far into it.
However, should you wish to indulge in the outstanding nature of the sprawling estate, then plenty of outdoor adventures await including peak climbing, and also instructor-led activities on the loch.