Welcome to The Ballachulish Hotel, Ballachulish - Glencoe in the Scottish Highlands
On the shores of Loch Linnhe and Loch Leven and situated amid breathtaking scenery at the foot of the dramatic Glencoe in the West Highlands, The Ballachulish Hotel
is in a truly unique location and provides a warm welcome all year round.
The baronial splendour of the interior and architecture of the Ballachulish Hotel in the West Highlands makes a perfect place for romantic breaks, stylish events and activity holidays for all the family. Here you can sample the culinary delights of the award-winning Bulas Bar & Bistro, renowned as one of the best restaurants in the region. Bedrooms are decorated in traditional style, reflecting hotel’s Highland heritage, many with outstanding Loch views.
The Ballachulish Hotel is the perfect base for exploring the beautiful West Highlands Coast of Scotland and there is plenty to do with walking and running trails, climbing, stunning day tours by car, boat trips, fishing, and visits to castles, museums and distilleries all nearby. Not to mention its neighbour being Scotlands No1 9 hole golf course. Travel to Skye or The Great Glen via Fort William or marvel at the mountains of Glencoe. Local sights include Nevis Range and Mountain Gondola, Glencoe Mountain Resort, Lochaber Watersports, Ben Nevis and Oban’s Whisky Distilleries.
Just two hours drive from central Scotland, The Ballachulish Hotel is the perfect base for a short break. And as our guest, you will enjoy complimentary use of the Leisure Centre with pool, jacuzzi, sauna and exercise room at the nearby Isles of Glencoe Hotel. Golf is also offered at The Dragon’s Tooth 9-hole Golf Club which is adjacent to the hotel - (charges will appply, please check with the hotel directly prior to your arrival)
Centuries of History at The Ballachulish Hotel Chieftains, clansmen, adventurers - all men met at the “crossing of the waters” in this celebrated drovers Inn.
And set against the massive Ben Vair mountain range in a spectacular swirling lochside location, the building is a sentinel both to its own past and the rich history of the surrounding area. Visiting the Highlands, Queen Victoria commented in her diary on the 'beautiful hotel' as she crossed the Ballachulish Ferry.
At a Glance
- 53 Rooms
- Bùlas Bar & Bistro
- 4 meeting rooms with a maximum capacity of 80
- Leisure Club with swimming pool nearby
- WiFi internet access
Parking spaces: 80
The Ballachulish Hotel now offers free WiFi Internet Access throughout the hotel.