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Moor of Rannoch Restaurant & Rooms

Rannoch Station, Kinloch Rannoch PH17 2QA Scotland
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The Moor of Rannoch is a 2 AA Rosette restaurant with rooms situated beside Rannoch Station on the West Highland Railway Line. Surrounded by the rugged landscape of Rannoch Moor covering some 130km’s. Often described as one of the last true wildernesses in Europe, the area is a vast stretch of land composed of blanket bog, lochans, rivers and rocky outcrops. The Moor of Rannoch is a warm cosy retreat offering a chance to retreat, relax, unwind & escape. It is perfect for those wishing a haven from the fast paced modern world or equally adventurous explorers keen to sample this unique part of the Scottish landscape. We do not have any TV’s or internet access and there are no phones in the guest rooms. Mobile phone reception also varies from very poor to non existent. To make up for this we have a large selection of books, games and jigsaws and the lounges feature open fires and wood burning stoves. There is also a good range of Malt Whisky to help pass the evenings.
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David H wrote a review Nov 2021
Glasgow, United Kingdom34 contributions15 helpful votes
We had only eaten here, now we were able to stay. We shall most certainly plan to return. Eating here is exceptional. The location is remote, so take boots to enjoy it, along with waterproofs that you'll hope are not needed. The drink menu is almost to be treasured as much as the food menus. Scott and Steph with their team will make you very comfortable. Plan your travel carefully and you will love this place.
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Date of stay: November 2021
naturalchild2016 wrote a review Oct 2021
Corvara in Badia, Italy36 contributions8 helpful votes
We’re just back from a three night stay with friends having had a fabulous time. We flew to Glasgow and really enjoyed the train journey up, thanks to good weather. Scott met us at the station and escorted us the short walk (3 mins) over the bridge and into the hotel car park, providing some history and local knowledge on the way. The hotel is really homely, rooms well appointed and there’s a lovely lounge area with windows overlooking the moors which are stunning and constantly changing. There were deer right outside, most of whom Scott could name. Steph does a sterling job in the kitchen, creating menus using carefully combined ingredients which are taste sensations. We really like our food and our plates were clean every night. Marco served our food and drinks and is very knowledgeable and professional remembering who didn’t eat meat, who was gluten intolerant etc etc. We did a 12 mile walk in the second day by taking the train up one stop and walking back - highly recommend. The loch by the hotel has a forest walk which we did the following day. We also had lunch one day in the tea room at the station. If you want a small hotel with good food, friendly staff and great walking, this is where you need to come.
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Check the trains aren’t on strike on a Sunday
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goldy wrote a review Oct 2021
Scotland, United Kingdom1 contribution
Exceptional! Despite the weather being dreadful we enjoyed a wonderfully relaxed stay with outstanding food. Worth every penny and so much better than other places which may be better known. Another positive was we could take our dogs. They even provided a hose and towels when we returned from a wet, muddy walk. We will certainly be back. Amazing surroundings and a lovely place to stay. All in all possibly the best food we’ve had in a very long time. Thank you
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Enjoy arriving by train
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davejeffery wrote a review Oct 2021
Leominster, United Kingdom83 contributions21 helpful votes
Situated in the middle of the wilderness of Rannoch Moor this is a wonderful place to spend some time. I took the sleeper train from London and was met at the station by Scott & provided with an excellent breakfast. Very quiet spot and a beautiful room with views over the moor, perfect location if you like wide spaces & mountain scenery and the food is magnificent. Steph is a brilliant cook. My dinner was up to Michelin one star levels. Choices of starter, main & dessert with three extra little courses added. Plus cheeses. Quite delicious. Good wine list & about 130 whiskies to choose from Oh, and while you're working your way through dinner there are Red deer just across the road, or closer, outside the window Actually I should change all this - this is a terrible place to stay, do not go there, otherwise I will have even more trouble booking my next stay! :-)
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Date of stay: September 2021
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lauriepops wrote a review Sept 2021
Scotland, UK25 contributions50 helpful votes
Stayed at Moor of Rannoch Hotel with friends for one night dinner, bed and breakfast. Located at the very end of the road, next to the train station. Beautiful drive round the loch on quite narrow roads with passing places to get there (would be accessible via the train also). Very remote location, ideal to do some walking or cycling or to get away from it all as hotel has no TV or WI FI. Dinner was definitely a fine dining experience with everything being home made on the premises. The set tasting menu at £65 a head changes daily, with three choices for each course followed by cheese board. Only the finest ingredients were used with definite Scottish theme. Food was beautifully presented and service was excellent. Comfortable and very clean accommodation in relaxed atmosphere. Liked the little special touches of homemade truffles and biscuits in the rooms. Breakfast was amazing! Loved seeing the wild deer come down in the evening to be fed by the hotel owner. Would recommend if you fancy good food and relaxing getaway.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Frequently Asked Questions about Moor of Rannoch Restaurant & Rooms
Which popular attractions are close to Moor of Rannoch Restaurant & Rooms?
Nearby attractions include Garbh Ghaoir Viaduct (0.7 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Moor of Rannoch Restaurant & Rooms?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Moor of Rannoch Restaurant & Rooms?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Moor of Rannoch Restaurant & Rooms?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Are pets allowed at Moor of Rannoch Restaurant & Rooms?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.