We are offering guests the chance to experience everything Torridon has to offer.
Introducing ‘The Torridon 5’ experience. From £175 per person, per night
Are you the adventure loving one? The foodie? The wildlife mad one? The relax by the fire one or perhaps the gin lover?
The Torridon Five break is a great value two-night stay in November in our sumptuous hotel with recommended activities to suit a variety of preferences, from wildlife and gin tasting, to gourmet dining to bouldering, as well as plenty of opportunity to disconnect from the rest of world and reconnect with each other.
Starting at £175pp per night for a Classic room, the offer includes 5 ultimate Torridon experiences.
Climb hills ablaze with colour. Watch rutting stags battle. The Scottish Highlands’ national parks are home to the three main species of deer – Red, Fallow and Sika – and provide a spectacular backdrop for the rut. Explore the massif peaks of Beinn Eighe, a 10,000-acre National Nature Reserve and arguably one of the best places to watch the magnificent creatures battle.
Distilled with local botanicals foraged from the surrounding land, sea and mountains, including Scots lovage, kelp seaweed, rowanberries and bilberries, hand-crafted Arcturus is heavily inspired by the magical landscape of the Scottish Highlands. Launched in 2017 by The Torridon Resort, a luxury hotel, inn and activity centre in the Highlands, Arcturus Gin is named after one of the brightest stars in the galaxy.
The Torridon’s three AA Rosette 1887 restaurant serves a daily-changing menu led by what is available from the suppliers. Head chef Ross Stovold says: “amazing ingredients lead to amazing plates of food” and he champions the local network of fishermen, farmers and growers. Ross is always happy to show guests around The Torridon Farm before they dine to provide more meaning to the words on the menu.
What better place to burn off energy than in the jaw droppingly beautiful Highlands? Big skies, high peaks, sea lochs and rocky trails form a picture-perfect environment for invigorating walking, hiking, kayaking and climbing.
In the sumptuous lounge, sink into a sofa in front of a roaring log fire and gaze out over Loch Torridon. Be served a selection of sandwiches, homemade cakes, biscuits and scones with homemade jam and Scottish clotted cream alongside teas from Camellia’s Tea House and The Torridon signature blend. Or, why not book a gin afternoon tea with The Torridon’s very own Arcturus gin which blends local botanicals with pure Scottish loch water.
What the experience includes
- Full Afternoon Tea
- Gin Tasting Session
- Seasonal Three Course Dinner
- Numerous outdoor activities
- Experiencing the unique wildlife Torridon has to offer
Please call to enquire about availability and prices (0)1445 791242