Aultguish Inn

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

By Garve, Altguish
Garve
Highlands
Highlands and Islands
Scotland
IV23 2PQ

Aultguish Inn, Garve

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Family run Inn with rooms set in a remote Highland location offering a warm and cheerful welcome to all travellers with superb home-cooked food. Log fires in the bar and restaurant with sofas to lounge in with plenty of space for a friendly chat at the bar. Comfortable rooms for a refreshing nights sleep.

Family run Inn with rooms set in a remote Highland location offering a warm and cheerful welcome to all travellers with superb home-cooked food. Log fires in the bar and restaurant with sofas to lounge in with plenty of space for a friendly chat at the bar. Comfortable rooms for a refresing nights sleep.

A remote traditional Scottish roadside inn on the A835, by Glascarnoch Dam, between Inverness and Ullapool. We are in set in beautiful Highland wilderness where a cheerful welcome and a cosy fire welcomes our visitors. A stopping post for all travellers on the road to the north west of Scotland and the outer to Hebrides from Inverness for hundreds of years we are an inn that offers comfort and refuge from the elements and the perils of the road.

Come in a join us for delicious home-made food using many fresh and local produce, refreshments and a refreshing night’s sleep, the bar is well stocked with a variety of malt whiskey and Scottish real ales. Families and groups are welcome. Ideally situated for many outdoor activities and wildlife and those travelling the road and exploring the North West of Scotland.

Many of our customers and hillwalkers and those seeking a relaxing evening away from the hustle of city and town life.

 3 star rating

From: £40.00

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