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The house and grounds were the outstanding part of our stay. The house oozes character and history. Perfect for a Highland stay. Felix and Sarah our hosts were friendly and helpful, a special mention to Phillipa who went the extra distance to make our stay perfect. If you want a true Highland experience then a stay at the Torridon estate will not disappoint.
Wanted to check out the town gallery to see if they sold the Torridon estates artists work. People were inside, eating or such, and it said OPENED but the doors were locked. We were on our way out of town around 11:00 am. Sad..we were in the mood to buy and to have a hot drink! Doesn’t say much for the community! Also, on our way into town, the night before, 2 people were sitting out front of the local store or restaurant and we had our car top down and waved! They just stared at us! Not too friendly!
This is no ordinary accommodation as one is staying in a family home which is being developed by the owners. The bedrooms are well renovated with comfortable beds. No tv which did not bother us. Instead, the house is peaceful.
We called ahead to Torridon stores and placed a grocery order. Jo, at the stores, was most helpful and provided most of what we needed. The rest we picked up at Tesco in Inverness. There is another useful store at Sheildaig. We had excellent meals and service at the ‘Bo and Muc’, ‘The Walked Garden’ at Applecross, ‘Kishorn Seafood Bar’ at Kishorn. Ben View was perfect for a family get together with four generations spread out through the house. It is difficult to imagine finding a place that could offer better, ever-changing, views.
Torridon is simply one of the best places if you want to decompress and get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The scenery is both dramatic and very beautiful, but also extremely peaceful and calming. I would love to visit this place at any time of the year (if it's accessible)
We only stayed one night whilst on the NC 500. Would be nice to stay longer but quite pricey for a B and B. We ate at Torridon Inn 4 miles away, worth the journey , alternative would be further away. Make sure you book somewhere to eat before travelling. Surrounding area is stunning. Torridon is a small Hamlet and quite secluded so take provisions. We arrived on a Sunday and the cafe was closed. The cottages would be a good option for a number of days so no need to eat out.
Beautiful enormous old property, lovely big room and beds. The delicious breakfast was served in the room and included a boiled egg, croissant and cafetière of fresh coffee, amongst other foods. Located on Loch Torridon it would be a wonderful base for walking.
Absolutely gorgeous /perfect location. Well equipped with everything you may need. Bright and spacious - location was excellent for exploring Torridon mountains and area
Really great Youth Hostel in stunning Loch Torridon. Very welcoming staff. Good facilities Delicious evening meal.