The hotel was okay, would say it was run down and more like a 2*. The disappointing thing here was the prices which were more like 5*. A can of larger for a fiver and standard homemade dinners for close to £20. Think theres much better value places out there. In terms of the location was disappointed you couldn't walk round the loch at all from the hotel.
Thank you Loch Maree for a warm and comfortable stay with delicious meals - the haggis stuffed chicken was excellent. Plenty of safe parking for our bikes and the visit by the local wild deer was an unexpected treat. We were a group of 6 bikers enjoying the nearby glorious roads in the area's outstanding scenery and we hope to be back!
The Loch Maree hotel was our base for a lovely weekend taking in the Bealach Na Ba cycle sportive. From the moment we were greeted by the owners we were made to feel extremely welcome and nothing was too much trouble. An early rise on the Saturday morning was accommodated and a wholesome breakfast was provided. Over the 2 night stay, our party of 6 thoroughly enjoyed all aspects of the hotel, the location, the food and amazing scenery even with the wildlife coming up to the back door.
On the plus side this hotel has a great location on the side of the Loch. On the minus side this hotel has not been renovated for decades. It is very tired and worn-out. The only thing that has been done in recent years is to install some double glazing. If you stay then you will experience going back to the bad old day's of British hotels. Of particular note is the bathroom where the hot water tap is labelled cold and is so small it barely reaches the sink so it is hard to get your hand underneath. The shower curtain has been removed as well as the wall fixing for the shower head so you would have to sit in the bath to have a shower. But there is a notice telling you that the shower is only for hair? Just to make matters worse there is another notice informing you that they…
We stayed here for one night. The room was clean, quiet and we had a good night's sleep. The bed was comfy and there was a large TV, a decent bathroom and complementary tea and coffee etc. Friendly welcome on arrival. Dinner in the restaurant was good, as was breakfast. Wifi a little slow but maybe a blessing and nice to get away from it all. Great location with fisherfield, Torridon and Beinn Eighe on your doorstep. £120 is steep but it's a large old building and I imagine overheads are high and tourism is very seasonal in this area, so seems like a reasonable fee to me.