Mmmm, feel that sun? Feel it beating in through the window of your office at work?
Would you rather feel it on your skin as you admire views of Loch Leven?
Well, imagine no more. Today’s Big Deal on an overnight stay at the Ballachulish Hotel in Glencoe is your escape ticket from work and passport to the glorious Scottish highlands.
Pack the sun cream.
Mini-break in Highland hotel
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. A bottle of house wine in your room on arrival will help you settle in.
There is a £20 supplement, payable direct to the hotel, for Friday and Saturday night stays.
Upgrades to a room with a loch view may be available, subject to a £20 supplement, 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; 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 while the comfortable bedrooms reflect the building’s Highland heritage in their traditional decor.
Use of leisure centre
Great views 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.
As well as enjoyable views, 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 main course from the Bulas menu.
Popular main courses include the haddock in beer batter and chips; the New Yorker burger and the spinach and ricotta cannelloni.
The Ballachulish Hotel is a popular choice. Previously, when we have run offers with the Ballachulish, those of you who bought the offer have told us that you liked the ‘Good price for overnight stay’ and the fact that it includes ‘both breakfast and dinner so no need to worry about costs when you get there’.
After driving by the hotel in the past, others were intrigued by the hotel’s ‘gorgeous’ looks while some of you simply want a ‘countryside getaway’ break.
Over on TripAdvisor, this recent reviewer really enjoyed her stay:
‘Fab hotel. Just back from having an overnight stay at the hotel. The location is a great stop over when touring the Highlands. We had the room with the sea view on the first floor which was so relaxing, looking out at the lovely view. The food, the staff and the room, all excellent. Will not hesitate in going back or to recommend.’