fbpx

Scotland’s New Scenic NC500 Route: I Would Drive 500 Miles

The art of touring is alive and well in the Highlands, particularly here in Torridon where we are delighted to be part of Scotland’s spectacular new North Coast 500 route (NC500).

The national media have named it Scotland’s own Route 66 but really where else can compare with the culture and heritage of Scotland’s northern coastal route not to mention the famous sights you glimpse along the way such as magnificent Suilven, Dunrobin castle or the beaches at Achmelvich and Dornoch?

The official NC500 route begins in Inverness, heading west to Kyle of Lochalsh, up the scenic west coast to Durness, across the most northerly stretch to John O’Groats then back down to Inverness again.

Best of all, however, the 500-mile route goes right past our front door, which makes The Torridon the ideal base for a few days’ exploration along the way.

Check out our new NC500 page and start making plans.


Share This Post!

Post by The Torridon

Dan & Rohaise are proud owners of The Torridon a family run and independent Hotel and resort. Passionate about food, service, provenance and promoting hospitality as an Industry of choice, especially for young people.

Connect With Us

Welcome To The Torridon Booking System





Availability is live through the website and please understand that we have only limited availability remaining in 2021. Availability for 2022 is open and can be booked online.

By booking direct with us we promise the best rates and complimentary Scottish breakfast throughout your stay. If you would like to gift a stay at the Torridon to a friend or family we have a range of voucher options available to enjoy a Torridon Experience.

Where to Stay

Torridon Hotel Torridon Inn The Boathouse

Check Availability

Where Do you want to eat

1887 Restaurant
Afternoon Tea
Torridon Inn

Check Availability

Time Book

Table Booking

Book An Experience