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Gairloch Highland Lodge
Ranked #3 of 5 Hotels in Gairloch
Reviewed 27 January 2013

Stayed here as part of a group while on a motorcycle tour of Scotland. The room we had was compact but nicely furnished.

We ate breakfast in the hotel and it was fine with a good selection of food on offer.

There is also a large car park on site.

The hotel is also within walking distance of a local restaurant which serves good evening mels.

Recommended.

  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 20 January 2013

Very friendly lady receptionist (German I think) dealt with our same night booking very efficiently and had thoughtfully given us a ground floor room in the separate building at the back - perfect for us and the dog. When we arrived the greeting for us and dog was friendly. The room was large and everything worked (although we didn't try the television). We had dinner at the Old Inn (the hotel card gives a small discount) which was good, although not surprisingly very crowded on a summer Friday. It is within easy walking distance.
The bed was large and we slept well and quietly.
The next morning the there was a rather glum man of mature years on reception, a contrast to the friendly welcome on the previous night. He was fine with humans but perhaps had been outvoted on the hotel's dog welcome policy.
Breakfast was fine although it didn't need the pop music accompaniment.
A large comfortable room, good value and friendly. We were lucky to find this at very short notice. Gairloch is a lovely place with plenty of shops, especially the butchers and bookshop, and a great beach for the dog.

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 30 November 2012

We tried to book into the Old Inn after we read the reviews but it was full up and were referred to their sister hotel up the hill. When we were checking in the owner offered us a 'lodge' room with outside access because of the dog which was perfect. The bed was huge, the room had a little sofa and a separate table and chairs. The ensuite was great with walk in shower (no bath which we prefer).

There is no evening food you have to walk down to the Old Inn for food (which is good). The only few things that I need to mention for others to be aware of - we could hear the room next door (snoring loudly) through a locked adjourning door - this might be a problem for light sleepers who havent been to the Old Inn and had a skinful of sleeping juice. And for some reason our tv mysteriously went off late at night which we wondered was controlled outside of the room (we were trying to drown out the snoring from next door a little but we did not have it on loud). And we were asked to leave the dog in the car while we had breakfast rather than the room which was rather insulting for our pooch who is a well behaved traveller and has stayed in hundreds of hotels. Luckily there was no sun or that would have been a problem.

We've stayed in the area before and love the area - if you have a doggie there's fab walkies at Big Sands beach (if you're in a car you have to pay the caravan site a day fee but you can use all their facilities showers, toilets, kids park attractions etc too and the beach is huge dogs love it) or if you want to walk nearer to the hotel you can walk along the old quay side or across the road opposite the quay there is a long lane into the hills (birds of prey abound) just pass the Old Inn. The shops are good in Gairloch and the coffee cafe / bookshop a place to chill all day especially in certain Scottish weather conditions - great books, food and atmosphere - there was modern art upstairs too when we were there. No dogs in the book shop either though.

  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 22 October 2012

I have stayed here once before and found the room fine, clean, decent shower, rubbish tv and wi-fi temperamental but not an issue just look outside, some of the views are breathtaking.
Having booked for a second time I arrived late, cold and tired after 280 miles on a motorbike in the rain. I was concerned to find the whole place in darkness. However the owners invited me in explained the heating system was broken and that a room was held for me at the Old Inn two minutes down the road. A potential disaster averted I made my way to the alternative accommodation had a lovely meal and a fine couple of nights.
Now I imagine changing my sleeping arrangements was fairly straightforward, it was the manner in which I was dealt with that impressed. I was invited in to sit by the fire, offered a drink, even offered a share in the evening meal the couple were just sitting down to. That is proper hospitality at the end of what must have been, for them, a very long day.
I cannot recommend these hosts highly enough. This is not a holiday inn, its their home and you are treated like family. Go visit.

  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled solo
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Reviewed 21 October 2012

Very enjoyable experience. We had a sea view bedroom, well worth the extra charge. The room was warm and comfortable as were the twin beds. Food was excellent and servings very generous. The staff were efficient and friendly. We took advantage of the four drinks per person per day package, and were pleasantly surprised to find that the sprits and mixes were all well known brand names. Over all, a lovely break and I would thoroughly recommend this hotel for anyone wanting a relaxing break amidst stunning scenery.

Room Tip: Pick a room with a sea view, well worth the extra charge
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  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 15 October 2012

Well i wnated to book the Old Inn, and after we had booked we were told we would be in the Highland Lodges,and I did not realise they are not just in a separate building but back on the main road and 200 metres up the hill, this means you have to get yourself out again for dinner, ok but but handy. I still dont know if they are linkied or not.? The rooms were great, the facillities were great, the information, the breakfast perfect. One major problem is the bar is available on a help yourself pay later basis. Souns good eh, but another group in at the time decided to party till 4.00 am so very noisy, the worst sleep i had on the whole trip. Maybe not the hotels fault but nevertheless a bit sad.I gave up on the tv, we had shower problems and the Wifi is pathetic, dont even try it. Anyway really nice people so we night use again but not having a restaurant defn a downer

  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled on business
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Reviewed 30 September 2012

The sky TV here annoyed me, they beam just 4 channels into the rooms, but the system kept going into standby, so you kept losing half the screen with the warning and then nothing. Why beam in BBC London rather than BBC Scotland, so didn’t get a local weather forecast. No mobile signals for us either. My other gripe is that all the staff are foreign, so quite a language barrier. Slept well, we had a room with a lock view. Evening meals are at the Old Inn 5 minutes walk away. Real ale, nice meals.
Morning breakfast is buffet style, all the normal breakfast material, plus ham and chesses to make our European visitors feel at home.

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled as a couple
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Address: A835 and A832 | Wester Ross, Gairloch IV21 2AH, Scotland
Region: United Kingdom > Scotland > Scottish Highlands > Gairloch
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Bar / Lounge Free Parking Wheelchair access
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Ranked #3 of 5 Hotels in Gairloch
Price Range: £93 - £124 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Gairloch Highland Lodge 3*
Number of rooms: 17
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