Once upon a time, the Ballachulish Hotel was a drovers’ inn and the lively meeting place for highland chieftains, clansmen and swashbucklers seeking adventure.
Today, you don’t need clan affiliation or to be an adventure seeker to enjoy all that the Ballachulish Hotel has to offer.
A desire to relax and a wish to enjoy the beautiful scenery are all the criteria necessary for you to make the most of today’s Big Deal at the this welcoming Glencoe hotel.
Highland hotel break
Available Sunday to Friday, today’s Big Deal is for two people to indulge in a relaxing overnight dinner, bed and breakfast stay at the atmospheric Ballachulish Hotel in Argyll.
There is a £20 supplement for Friday night stays.
Upgrades to a room with a loch view may be available, subject to a £20 supplement.
All supplements are payable directly to the hotel.
With a stunning location on the shores of both Loch Linnhe and Loch Leven, the Ballachulish Hotel is the ideal spot for a romantic break; walking holiday or just a chance to relax, take a few deep breaths and chill.
The hotel is equipped with mod cons such as WiFi but the comfortable bedrooms reflect the building’s Highland heritage in their traditional decor.
Use of leisure centre
Roaring log fires and the baronial architecture of the Ballachulish make it a welcoming spot to linger over a book and a dram. The more energetic might choose to use the pool, Jacuzzi, sauna and exercise room in the nearby Leisure Centre at sister hotel The Isles of Glencoe.
Guests at the Ballachulish are also welcome to one complimentary round of golf at the nine hole Dragon’s Tooth Golf Course next door to the hotel.
The Bulas Bar and Bistro at the Ballachulish Hotel have a stylish contemporary atmosphere and the kitchen prepares daily changing menus which make the most of seasonal, local produce.
As well as a full cooked Scottish breakfast, today’s Big Deal means that both guests can tuck into a delicious two course dinner from the Bistro’s set menu.
The menus change regularly but typical starters might be the Cullen skink or haggis, neeps and tatties with Drambuie sauce.
For the main courses, think along the lines of haddock in beer batter and chips or the beef olives with mashed potato, Savoy cabbage and bacon with onion gravy.
The Ballachulish Hotel is a popular choice. Previously, when we have run offers with the Ballachulish Hotel, those of you who bought the offer have told us that you liked the good value and location and that you ‘love the situation of the hotel and the journey from Glasgow to Ballachulish. One of my favourite journeys.’