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Stronlossit Inn

The Stronlossit Inn
Highlands and Islands
PH31 4AG
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Located amidst the grandeur and majesty of the surrounding scenery, with the awe-inspiring backdrop of the Ben Nevis range, Stronlossit is a real gem of authentic Scottish highland tradition - a warm, welcoming inn-style hotel of class and character. Having been in the Vallely family for over two generations, the hospitality you will receive and savour here from Maurice and Sandra Vallely is truly inspirational; from mouth watering Scottish cuisine promoting authentic natural flavours of fresh local produce in season, in a home-cooking style, to levels of comfort and amenity rarely found in all but the very best of Scottish hotels. A perfect base for touring the Highlands, Stronlossit is situated at the foot of the famous Nevis mountain range and offers a perfect opportunity to make the most of the area's outdoor activities. Combine great scenery with superb food, traditional highland hospitality, and comfortable en suite rooms, and at the Stronlossit there is the makings of the authentic Scottish experience. The newly refurbished Stronlossit Lounge has an impressive range of malt whiskies, an open fire and hand pulled cask beers, making it a popular rendezvous. A special feature is the local Ceilidh Night (pronounced kay-lee) held in the hotel,with local musicians. These nights are famous in these parts of the Highlands and guests can be assured of a very special and memorable experience.

Rooms: 10

Free car park

Prices per Person unless specified
Rooms from £55

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