The Torridon is a place like no other. It’s where glamour and homeliness blend in one of the world’s greatest wildernesses. Our location in the vast, natural playground of the Scottish Highlands is a gloriously refreshing antidote to city living or stressful lives. Reconnect with family and friends and let the kids run free. Lose track of time as you breathe in clean air, stride for miles through rugged wilderness, stargaze under big skies, and, most importantly – relax, with a dose of the finest Scottish hospitality.
Our commitment to sustainability
From biomass energy to natural spring water to a parting gift of wildflower seeds for guests to plant to encourage growth of the bee population, The Torridon is committed to being as self-sufficient as possible and being in harmony with nature. A recently installed food waste composter, allows Torridon to become more efficient and cost effective in managing its food waste. Our sustainability efforts have been recognised by the Carbon Trust, Green Tourism Business Scheme, NOW Force for Good Alliance and Earthcheck.
Our team members are naturally intuitive and dedicated to your wellbeing. They are passionate about hospitality and are trained to be brilliant. Everyone at The Torridon aspires to helping you create amazing memories.
Come and play in the Highlands!
Take a stroll around the loch or go on an exhilarating guided mountain bike ride along Beinn Damph ridge. Follow forest trails on foot or go gorge scrambling with an expert. Feel on top of the world as you reach the summit of a munro, see the most magnificent sunsets or go stargazing. There is wildlife galore to be spotted, from otters and seals, to sea eagles and oyster catchers. Come October, when the hills are ablaze with colour, the stage is set for the theatre of the deer rut, the roaring bellows of the stags to be heard from afar.
Allow 1887 head chef Paul Green to take you on a gastronomical journey through the Scottish Highlands. From a fine dining menu, savour The Torridon Farm’s Highland beef and rare breed pork, fresh fruit, vegetables and herbs plucked from the Kitchen Garden and placed straight on your plate, and locally caught fish and shellfish. In the more casual setting Bo & Muc, kids and adults will love comfort food such as macaroni cheese, the Highlands burger and Torridon fishcakes.