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The Stables are great for a break on the west coast of Scotland.

The Stables has 12 bedrooms that are simple and cosy, with some rooms overlooking the cows in The Torridon Farm. For couples, families or groups of friends who love outdoor activities and want to just kick off their muddy boots, have a shower and flop into bed at the end of an adventurous day in the Highlands, The Stables are perfect. Rooms are in the former stable block to the main house and are positioned around a courtyard, which is located 100 metres from the main hotel.  Rooms are well appointed but do not have views of the loch and mountains. Please be aware that they are not the same as the 5 star luxury hotel, but are cosy.

Double, twin, family rooms with bunk beds for families of four and six people are available. The family rooms also accommodate groups of walkers and cyclists, with the family bedroom taking three adults and the large family bedroom taking five adults (assumes double bed single occupancy).

All the ground floor bedrooms can accommodate you and your dog. There is a charge of £10.00 per dog per stay. Make sure you book a ground floor bedroom and put in the booking notes that you are bringing your dog.

Rates include breakfast taken at the Bo & Muc Restaurant.

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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.

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