Welcome to Gairloch Highland Lodge, your Gairloch “home away from home.” Gairloch Highland Lodge aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Rooms at Gairloch Highland Lodge provide a flat screen TV, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
In addition, Gairloch Highland Lodge offers free breakfast, which will help make your Gairloch trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
Travellers looking to enjoy some ribs can head to Hai Yang Chinese Takeaway. Otherwise, you may want to check out an Asian restaurant such as Hai Yang Chinese Takeaway.
Gairloch Highland Lodge puts the best of Gairloch at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
We stayed for two nights with our 2 dogs. Our room had its own entrance, which was great especially with dogs. Room was clean and pretty spacious and the bed was one of the most comfortable I have ever slept in! Breakfast good too. Would return.
We stayed here, like many others, as a stop on the “NC500” tour. Initial thoughts - hotel is very dated and could use a bit of care and repair to bring it to a more modern standard. This aside, I got a good nights sleep - twin room was clean and comfortable. We had the foresight to book dinner at the sister hotel which was just as well as there were very heavy handed signs around about a fine for bringing contraband food into the hotel which I thought was very unnecessary, being as there is not a lot of food on offer in the village. The food at the sister hotel was fabulous, out of the 14 restaurants we dined at on our trip this was the best rated by our party. I recommend booking there in advance to avoid hungry bellies. Breakfast was a bit disappointing as a number of us ordered porridge as a “starter” before the cooked breakfast which did not arrive. Staff seemed harassed so we didn’t like to mither them about it. Four members of our group were on motorbikes and on arrival we would have liked to have a sit down with hot drinks as we were caught in inclement weather and cold and wet - the hotel reception chap explained there no hot drinks at the honesty bar (even though there was a Nespresso machine and we would have paid), and rooms were not ready at the time. In the end a canister of hot water was brought out and left for us to fend for ourselves. Not ideal but better than nothing. WiFi incredibly patchy and slow especially with many people trying to access it. Overall, I feel with more staff and a few touch ups this could be a really lovely place and therefore worth the money paid for the room. Very much felt like a “self service” set up which isn’t really acceptable considering the price paid.…
This was definitely the worst place we stayed at on the NC500 out of the 10 B&Bs. First impressions were awful, it really needed a good lick of paint and the place wasn’t manned due to COVID, although it was at breakfast. We struggled to find anywhere nearby so we didn’t have much choice. I can’t speak for other local inns but on top of that, there were limited places to eat in the area. As to the room, it was very small, the TV was the worst on our trip, the radiator was dated, we felt utterly ripped off at the price they charged
We stayed for 3 nights in the room by reception. We were 2 adults and 2 children. The room was much bigger than expected having 2 separate bedrooms. The room was clean and quiet. WiFi was good. We had evening meal at the sister hotel and this was very nice. Staff were polite in both hotels. Breakfast was ordered the night before which was fine and it was tasty. Surrounding area is beautiful. We enjoyed our stay.
Trying for a positive here but it’s hard! Our dog friendly room had its own door to outside that’s as fair as I can be! The surrounding area is beautiful but I’ve never stayed in such a depressing hotel in my well travelled life. I thought I’d stepped back in time or entered Bates Motel on sight of this very dated, tired and musty place. Our details were on a sheet of paper for all to see in reception (name and room number, key in door ) and was greeted with a woman who was on the phone the full time, she did apologise to be fair. We had to complete a sheet to say what we wanted for breakfast the next morning, how do you know what you want the next day! The wifi was terrible too, I had some work to do which I had envisaged doing while overlooking a beautiful beach, nothing could have been more removed ! They don’t do evening meals which I had t noticed I’d received an email about and their sister hotel was fully booked. They told us about some local takeaways but we weren’t allowed to eat in the room and there were notices everywhere that you’d be ‘fined’ £25 if the room was left with the smell of food. Notices everywhere with ‘ do s and don’t s’ All this would have been acceptable if the room before the dogs charges hadn’t been £135. Very disappointing and if we could we would have found somewhere else to stay would never consider returning here ! Couldn’t wait to get out and away from it!…