Built in 1765, the Bridge of Lochay Hotel is a charming combination of traditional Scottish hospitality and modern comfort.
It is a family-run, warm, friendly and inviting hotel. Amanda and Bob are the owners and along with their team do everything to ensure your stay is everything you want it to be.
The hotel provides quality accommodation, consisting of 10 newly refurbished en suite rooms. There is also a lounge bar with an inviting open fire, a public bar, a fine restaurant and a residents’ lounge with free Wi-Fi.
A range of home baked treats are available in the tea room, and the hotel also has terraces and gardens to the front and rear, offering pleasant areas to enjoy a drink in the outdoors.
What they offer
Free Wi-Fi in all rooms
Services and conveniences
Available in all rooms
TV [flat screen]
Free bottled water
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
Some helpful facts
Check-in from: 14:00
Check-in until: 22:00
Check-out from: 08:00
Check-out until: 11:00
Number of rooms : 11
Dogs are welcome in the public bar and may stay in rooms by prior arrangement. To request this, please use the Special Requests box during booking or by contacting the property using the contact details found on the booking confirmation.
When booking 3 rooms or more, different policies and additional supplements will apply.
Please note lunch at the property costs from GBP 10 per person and dinner from GBP 15 per person.
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David from United Kingdom
Stayed 1 night in August 2015
A disappointing experience ”
Very close to golf club
Waited a while to check in. Single room disappointing, TV reception kept faltering, wifi didn't work in bedroom
Indifferent steak pie meal bizarrely presented with half slice of bread with butter.
Breakfast room locked before 8am. Chef/owner not that pleased to open few minutes early to allow me to leave at 08:30. No fresh fruit.
Reception locked at 08:25 & had to go to kitchen to get staff to check-out.
Surprised to read good reviews in visitors book.
B&b in Banavie at £50 vastly better value for money.