Lochhournhead Bed & Breakfast & Tea RoomA shelter from the frenzy of everyday life
We will be open from 12th April 2024 but please note that we will be closed on Tuesdays & Wednesdays. Should this be a problem please get in touch with us directly.
We’ll look forward to seeing you.
We very much look forward to welcoming you to Lochhournhead B&B and Tea Room from April until October.
Over the last couple of years, we have taken the opportunity to renew and refresh the properties. All bedrooms in The Stables now have ensuite bathrooms and underfloor heating, there’s a comfortable sitting room for our B&B guests to relax in and the opportunity for you to book supper in advance (we have a four-hour, round trip to buy supplies and need to plan ahead!) and a packed lunch for the next day. We have also installed a more reliable and faster satellite Wi-Fi covering the B&B. However, unfortunately, there is still no mobile signal coverage here!
We’re delighted to be able to offer supper, a shower and use of the washing machine to non-residents. You can book these here. We are now also able to sell alcohol and we offer Glen Spean Brewery beers, white and red wine and, of course, a wee dram!
What has not changed is the stunning landscape or the warm welcome in our beautiful, remote location. Please do come and visit and enjoy this wonderful area from the comfort of Lochhournhead.
Stay at the Stables B&B
We offer bed and breakfast in The Stables with the option to have dinner with us too. Along with a comfortable sitting room for guests, we also provide a drying room for all your soggy kit, so that you can start your next day’s adventure warm and dry!
Scotland is home to some of the best hiking in the world. We are situated on the main route for the Cape Wrath walking trail and surrounded by spectacular scenic areas.
See our suggested walking trails in the local area.
Explore our Beautiful Area
On the Cape Wrath Trail, with paths leading to Barisdale, Inverie, Arnisdale & Shiel Bridge, Lochhournhead provides an ideal base. We are situated at the end of Britain’s longest no-through-road, a 22-mile winding, single-track road passing some of Scotland’s most stunning scenery and opening up with breathtaking views at the head of Loch Hourn.