At the foothills of Ben Nevis sits possibly Scotland's finest luxury hotel and restaurant, Inverlochy Castle. Built back in 1873, its unique location amongst the glens, lochs and mountains of the West Highlands of Scotland was even commented by Queen Victoria after she spent a week at Inverlochy whilst a private residence to sketch and paint. She wrote in her diary 'I never saw a lovelier or more romantic spot.'
Now one of Scotland's finest country house hotels in unrivalled surroundings this is a boutique destination (17 bedrooms) with a punch with Albert and Michel Roux Jr at the helm of the restaurant. This is a true culinary experience to savour, offering the finest dishes using local produce. Dining is in any of the three dining rooms, each decorated with period and elaborate furniture presented as gifts to Inverlochy Castle from the King of Norway.
The menu features modern British cuisine with French influences. The dress code for gentlemen for dinner in the restaurant is a jacket.