Derived from the ancient Norse for ‘fantastic deal on a getaway break’, Ballachulish is located at the foot of Glencoe, one of the most dramatic parts of Scotland.
Take up today’s Big Deal with the Ballachulish Hotel and you can enjoy all the fantastic views, fresh air and great walking that the area has to offer.
Mini-break in Highland hotel
Today’s Big Deal is for two people to indulge in a relaxing one night dinner, bed and breakfast stay at the atmospheric Ballachulish Hotel in Argyll. As part of the deal, you will enjoy a bottle of house wine with your delicious two course dinner.
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; a 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.
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.
At the time of writing, just under 260 guests have left reviews of their experiences on TripAdvisor and the vast majority of them are very satisfied. This is what one recent guest had to say:
‘Relax, the scenery is beautiful. This is a fairly old fashioned hotel but with modern facilities. The bedrooms are large enough and have digital TV’s. The dining room has the most wonderful view down Loch Linnhe. The food here is nice, homely and wholesome but not for the epicurean diner. The main lounge has a soporific feel about it, a great place to relax. The staff are all helpful and pleasant which overall comes to a hotel which my wife and I have stayed at every year for over forty years.’