Plockton

Jewel of the Highlands

The Plockton Hotel

The Plockton Hotel

Our award-winning hotel - the only waterfront hotel in the village - was built in 1827 as a private house and is believed to have a been a ships chandlery before becoming the local village ‘inn’ a century ago.


Located on the edge of Loch Carron, our guests can also enjoy scenery that takes in the surrounding mountains.

Staying at the Plockton Hotel is an amazing experience. With breathtaking views of Loch Carron and the surrounding mountains, spacious accommodation and delicious dining (not to mention a well-stocked bar) our guests return time after time.

We can cater for small functions and weddings in our courtyard restaurant, and we run regular events including the annual Charity Race Night and the Real Ale and Gin Festival each May.

Most recently, we were awarded the HWI Camra Real Ale Pub of the Year for Wester Ross 2015.

We look forward to welcoming you.

The outside of the Hotel on Harbour street
Fabulous seafood at the Plockton Hotel

Contact

Tom, Dorothy, Ann-Mags & Alan Pearson
Plockton Hotel, Harbour Street, Plockton, Ross-shire, IV52 8TN

phone: 01599 544 274
email: info@plocktonhotel.co.uk
web: http://www.plocktonhotel.co.uk

At a glance

price: £45 - £140
open: All year
pets allowed: No
smoking allowed: No
ensuite available: Yes
wifi available: Yes
evening meal available: Yes
card payment available: Yes

in all rooms . . .

flat screen TV with satellite channels

DVD & radio casette player

free wireless Internet connection

hospitality tray

hair dryer

towelling robes

direct-call telephone

free laundry service (charity donation)

we offer . . .

special & vegetarian diets by request

packed lunches by request

cots

and we have . . .

terraced garden

fully licensed bar & restaurant

payment by credit card

ironing & drying facilities

special breaks

6 seaview rooms and 5 rear rooms, overlooking our terraced garden

all rooms are twin/double with en-suite bathroom or shower (except for one room with private facilities in the cottage)