Scottish Highlands Guided Walking Tour 2025

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8 Days / 7 Nights
Availability : April to October
Start: Alltshellach, Glen Coe, Scotland
End: Alltshellach, Glen Coe, Scotland
Scottish Highlands Guided Walking Tour: 7 nights based at Alltshellach, Glen Coe

Contact DHTour at 1-888-597-3519 or 905-639-9954 or to book.

The walking opportunities around Glen Coe in the Scottish Highlands are every bit rugged and romantic as you’d expect. Our guided walking holiday rewards with views of magnificent mountains, deep valleys, and some of the most dramatic landscapes the region has to offer.

Tour Details


  • Discover the beauty of the Scottish Highlands on foot
  • Opportunity to bag a Munro
  • Marvelling at magnificent peaks and stunning seascapes
  • Finding exciting new routes with your  Leader
  • Spending time with like-minded people in the great outdoors
  • Staying at Alltshellach, our country house in North Ballachulish

Pick Up Location & TIme

Alltshellach, Onich, Fort William, Invernesshire PH33 6SA (Google Map)
4:00pm – You’re welcome to check into the country house hotel from 4pm onwards.

Drop off Location & Time

Enjoy a leisurely breakfast before making your way onward.

Price Includes

  • High quality en-suite upgraded accommodation at Alltshellach
  • Excellent food in our country house, full board (B,L,D daily)
  • The services of our knowledgeable leader, ensuring you get the most from your holiday
  • 5 days guided walking + 1 free day
  • Choice of up to three guided walks each walking day
  • Transport to and from the walks
  • Use of our comprehensive Discovery Point


  • 7 breakfasts
  • 6 lunches
  • 7 dinners
  • 1 tea

Price Excludes

  • Airfare
  • Transfers
  • Pre / Post hotel nights
  • Travel to/from the Country Hotel (The nearest station is in Fort William, however most guests travel to Glasgow then catch our transfer coach)
  • Admissions (please allow approx. £10 per day for entrances)
  • Driver / Tour Leader gratuity is at your discretion
  • Travel Insurance
What to Expect
Scottish Highlands Guided Walking Tour Walking Grade: 2, 5 & 6.

Enjoy a full day’s walking with fellow guests and leave all the planning and navigation to us; it’s what we do best. Nobody knows the UK’s best places to walk like us. Our knowledgeable leaders make sure you’re never short of the inside story on local features, viewpoints and places of interest.

  • Unpack once
  • Accommodation at a country house hotel
  • Full Board Meals – from dinner on arrival day to breakfast on departure day
  • Knowledgeable leader
  • Choice of up to 3 walks per walking day with required transport

On our Guided Walking holidays, we believe that choice is key. Our walks descriptions will help you choose according to your interests and fitness. The walks are grouped together with care by local experts to give the best experience. 

Walking Grades Explained:

  • Grades 1 & 2 – Leisurely walking grades
  • Grades 3 & 4 – Moderate walking grades
  • Grades 5 & 6 – Challenging walking grades
What to Bring

“There’s no such thing as bad weather, just the wrong type of clothing!” goes the adage. Come prepared for all eventualities and you’ll walk in comfort as well as safety. Britain’s famous for its changeable weather, so here’s our advice on what to wear and bring.


  • Waterproof walking boots providing ankle support and good grip.
  • A waterproof jacket and over-trousers
  • Gloves and a warm hat (it can be chilly at any time of the year)
  • Rucksack
  • Water bottle (at least 1 litre capacity)
  • A small torch (everywhere in winter, year round in mountains)
  • Sun hat and sunscreen
    Denim jeans and waterproof capes are not suitable on any walks.


  • Several layers of clothing, which can be added or removed
  • Specialist walking socks to avoid blisters.
  • A first aid kit inc plasters– your leader’s first aid kit doesn’t contain any medication
  • Sit mat (insulated pad to sit on when you stop for a break)

You might also want

  • Walking poles, particularly useful for descents.
  • Insect repellent
  • Flask for hot drinks
  • Rigid lunch box
  • Gaiters
  • Blister kit (eg Compeed) just in case
  • Waterproof rucksack liner
Version 1 Itinerary

Day 1Arrival Day

You’re welcome to check in from 4pm onwards. Enjoy a complimentary cream tea on arrival. 

Accommodation: Alltshellach (D, T)

Day 2Above Loch Leven

Option 1 – Mamore Lodge and Grey Mare’s Waterfall

Distance: 6 miles (10km) 

Ascent: 1450ft (440m) 

The sight of Grey Mare’s Tail Waterfall plunging 60m into the valley will stop you in your tracks. Not only that, but there are also far-reaching views over the lochs and peaks of this nature reserve.  

Wildlife enthusiasts should keep an eye open for ospreys, peregrine falcons, and even feral goats along the way. We’ll then join the Old Military Road along the flanks of Sgurr an Fhuarain, stopping at even more fine viewpoints, before heading back to Kinlochleven.

Option 2 – The Lairigmor

Distance: 8 miles (13km)  

Ascent: 2,050ft (620m)  

You’ll walk from the northern shore of Loch Leven to the village of Kinlochleven. The route will take us up a steep hillside, then follow a path behind Mam na Gualainn to join the famed West Highland Way. You’ll complete a section of Scotland’s premier long-distance path, including part of General Wade’s 18th century military road. 

Option 3 – Beinn na Caillich

Distance: 8 miles (12.5km)  

Ascent: 3,200ft (980m)  

Warm up for other adventurous peaks later in the week with a climb over undulating mountain ridges to the summit of Mam na Gualainn. From the top, Loch Leven stretches out below you, then we’ll carry on climbing to reach the summit of Beinn na Caillich. Afterwards we’ll descend to join the West Highland Way to Kinlochleven. 

Accommodation: Alltshellach (B, L, D)

Day 3The hills beyond Ballachulish

Option 1 – Gleann a Chaolais Circuits

Distance: 6 miles (10km) 

Ascent: 950ft (300m) 

From the house we’ll head towards Ballachulish Bridge, which crosses over Loch Leven and Loch Linnhe. You’ll have ample opportunity to see the lochs from a different angle as well as the imposing sight of Beinn a Bheithir on the other side. There’ll be a stop at St John’s Church in Ballachulish, but the highlight has to be the forested trails of Gleann a Chaolais – a hiker’s delight. 

Option 2 – Sgorr Dhearg from St John’s Church

Distance: 9.5 miles (15km) 

Ascent: 3,900ft (1180m) 

Starting at sea level on the opposite side of Loch Leven from Alltshellach, we’ll follow a gently rising track through the forest. The path then narrows and steepens until it emerges from the forest below the dramatic horseshoe ridge of Beinn a’ Bheithir.  

We’ll head towards the col then turn left along a wide ridge up to the summit of Beinn Dhearg. In the right conditions, you’ll see the mountains above Glencoe, Ben Nevis, and several Hebridean Islands. 

The same route will take us through the verdant valley of Gleann a’ Chalois before we dip into the forest and over the Balachulish Bridge to the house. 

Option 3 – Sgorr Dhonuill

Distance: 9.5 miles (15.5km)

Ascent: 3,850 feet (1,160m)

Ascend on forestry tracks up through a steep, stony gully onto the main Beinn a’Bheithir ridge which is followed eastwards to reach the summit of Sgorr Dhonuill (1,001m). Sgorr Dhearg and Sgorr Dhonuill are the twin peaks visible from Alltshellach. At the end of the walk, you can relax in the bar area with a well-earned drink and gaze upward at the peak you’ve just conquered.

Accommodation: Alltshellach (B, L, D)

Day 4Free day

A free day for you to explore the local area or to relax in the Country House. Our Discovery Points help you make the most out of your free day. There’s plenty of maps and a selection of the best local walking routes, as well as weather forecasts and public transport options – plus details about other places to visit. 

Accommodation: Alltshellach (B, L, D)

Day 5Ardgour - Strontian & Garbh Bheinn

Option 1 – Around Strontian

Distance: 7.5 miles (12km) 

Ascent: 1,250 feet (380m) 

We’ll take the Corran Ferry across Loch Linnhe to the Ardgour Peninsula. Then, follow the river from the village of Strontian towards the long-abandoned Bellsgrove lead mines, before heading back through the Ariundle Nature Reserve. The nature reserve is home to squirrels, pine martens and wild cats – though you’ll need a lot of luck to see these elusive creatures.

Option 2 – Hills above Strontian

Distance: 9.5 miles (15km) 

Ascent: 1,900 feet (580m) 

Ascend on an ancient coffin-carrying route to Bealach nan Cairn, then follow the ridge eastwards to Meall Iain. Later we descend through theformer workings of the Whitesmith Mine back to the Strontian valley.  This walk is a great opportunity to hike amongst the tranquil mountains of the Ardgour Peninsula. On a clear day there are great views north over Loch Shiel, and south over Loch Sunart. 

Option 3 – Garbh Bheinn (Ardgour)

Distance: 6.5 miles (10km)

Ascent: 3150 feet (960m)

We begin our walk in Glen Tarbet, walking up through the forest. After emerging onto the hillside, we continue onto a ridge and eventually the summit of Garbh Bheinn where, on clear days, there are excellent views east to Loch Leven and Glen Coe and north-east to Ben Nevis. On our return, we’ll descend down the ridge of Sron a’Choire Bhig.

Accommodation: Alltshellach (B, L, D)

Day 6Glencoe

Option 1 – Historic Glen Coe

Distance: 8 miles (13km)  

Ascent: 1,200ft (360m)  

Discover Glen Coe’s turbulent history and connections to the Clan MacDonald as we follow woodland paths to the scenic ‘Hospital Lochan’ before reaching Clachaig Inn. This former climber’s hostel is steeped in history – nearby Signal Rock was the gathering point for the MacDonalds of Glen Coe in times of emergency. 

Option 2 – Sron Gharbh to Kingshouse

Distance: 8.5 miles (13.5km)  

Ascent: 2,900ft (880m)  

The picturesque valley of Glen Coe provides the setting for this picture-perfect walk. We’ll hike along the ridge of mountains on the north side while finding out about the area’s history, including the massacre of the Clan MacDonald in 1692. Then after a steep climb to the summit of Sron Garbh we’ll follow the long undulating ridge to Sron a’ Choire Odhair bhig before heading down to Kingshouse. 

Option 3 – Bidean nam Bian

Distance: 7.5miles (12km) 

Ascent: 4,350ft (1,320m) 

Savour the challenge as you hike the famous three sisters. You’ll set off from Glen Coe through Coire nan Lochan to conquer the twin summits of Stob Coire nan Lochan and Bidean nam Bian, the highest peak in Argyll. This incredible massif dominates the skyline of Glencoe and provides a dramatic backdrop for today’s guided walk. There’s one last summit to complete – Stob-Coire-Sgreamhach – before gathering speed downhill through a peaceful glen. You’ll have two Munros under your belt after today.

Accommodation: Alltshellach (B, L, D)

Day 7Below Ben Nevis or The Mamores

Option 1 – Gleann Domhanaidh

Distance: 7.5 miles (12.5km) 

Ascent: 1100ft (340m) 

From the bottom of the Nevis Range Mountain Gondola, we’ll head under the canopy of Leanachan Forest on the northern slope of Ben Nevis, taking trails to reach a viewpoint worth every step. Look up at the cliffs of Ben Nevis and the glen from which the water for Ben Nevis Whisky comes, before descending past the distillery. 

You’ll then head off in search of Inverlochy Castle, stopping along the way to find out more at the sites of the 15th and 17th century battles fought right here. We’ll finish in Fort William where you’re free to roam the shops, cafes, and museum. 

Option 2 – Mamores Traverse

Distance: 7.5 miles (12km) 

Ascent: 3,350 feet (1,020m) 

Cross the Mamores mountains from Glen Nevis to Kinlochleven. With 14 Munros, the rugged Mamore ridge contains some of Scotland’s finest mountain walking. You can look out along the narrow ‘Devil’s Ridge’ that connects the peaks of Sgurr an Iubhair and Sgurr a’Mhaim. The highest point of this walk is the summit of Sgurr an Iubhair on the famous Ring of Steall. 

Option 3 – Stob Ban

Distance: 8 miles (13km) 

Ascent: 4,100 feet (1,240m) 

A challenging traverse over the mighty Mamores. We’ll ascend steeply on the northern spur to the airy summit of Stob Ban and follow the ridge to the neighbouring summit of Sgurr an Iubhair. Stob Ban, meaning ‘White Peak’ takes its name from the quartzite rocks on the summit. The terrain is rough underfoot, but there are also great rewards when you reach the top of this notable peak. 

Accommodation: Alltshellach (B, L, D)

Day 8Departure Day

Enjoy a leisurely breakfast before making your way home. (B)

Version 2 Itinerary

Day 1Arrival Day

You’re welcome to check in from 4pm onwards. Enjoy a complimentary cream tea on arrival. 

Accommodation: Alltshellach (D, T)

Day 2Remote Ardgour

Option 1 – Across the Corran Ferry

Distance: 8.5 miles (13.5 km) 

Ascent: 1,250 feet (380m) 

A walk with two distinct sections either side of Loch Linnhe. We start at Onich and follow forest trails towards Inchree with its splendid waterfalls. We’ll then see the Scottish mountains from a different perspective as we take the Corran ferry across to Ardgour for a pleasant woodland walk in the grounds of Ardgour House. 

Option 2 – Maclean’s Towel

Distance: 6 miles (10km) 

Ascent: 2,450 feet (760m) 

Cross over on the Corran ferry to the Ardgour Peninsula, then climb the side of the spectacular Maclean’s Towel waterfall to the summit of Meall Breac. Throughout the walk there are great views over the immense Loch Linnhe and the mountains of Glen Coe beyond. 

Option 3 – Sgurr na h-Eanchainne

Distance: 7 miles (11.5km) 

Ascent: 2,750 feet (840m) 

Cross over on the Corran ferry to walk in the mountains of the Ardgour Peninsula. Our route takes us past Maclean’s Towel waterfall then around the ridge onto the summit of Sgurr na h-Eanchainne at just over 700 metres high. 

Accommodation: Alltshellach (B, L, D)

Day 3Ben Nevis and The Nevis Gorge

Option 1 – Nevis Gorge

Distance: 8 miles (12.5km)  

Ascent: 700ft (220m)  

We’ll meander through Nevis Gorge keeping an eye on Ben Nevis high above us. Enjoy the tranquillity of this wooded gorge, where the torrent churns between giant boulders, providing a soundtrack of trickling water. Soak up the sight of Steall Waterfall, the third highest cascade in Britain, before emerging into the wide vistas of Steall meadow. 

Option 2 – Below the North Face

Distance: 9 miles (14km) 

Ascent: 2,600ft (800m) 

Set your sights on the climbers’ hut that sits below the mighty north face of Ben Nevis as you begin climbing up and up. Then once we reach it, we’ll contour below the Castle Ridge buttress and descend via the Pony Track to Glen Nevis. You’ll have the chance to see the famed towering cliffs of the north face up close – revered for its excellent rock and ice climbing.  

Option 3 – Ben Nevis

Distance: 10 miles (16.5km) 

Ascent: 4,500ft (1,380m) 

Britain’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis, is on the agenda today. It’s a challenging climb to the summit from Glen Nevis along the Pony Track, but it’s a walk to write home about. You’ll zig zag all the way to the top where for a few moments you’ll be the highest person in Britain. 

Accommodation: Alltshellach (B, L, D)

Day 4Free day

A free day for you to explore the local area or to relax in the Country House. Our Discovery Points help you make the most out of your free day. There’s plenty of maps and a selection of the best local walking routes, as well as weather forecasts and public transport options – plus details about other places to visit. 

Accommodation: Alltshellach (B, L, D)

Day 5Kentallen Peninsula, Lismore & the hills around Loch Leven

Option 1 – Kentallen Peninsula

Distance: 7.5 miles (11.5km)  

Ascent: 600ft (180m)  

A bracing coastal walk around the Kentallen Peninsula provides a wonderful contrast to the inland mountains. You’ll explore Cuil Bay and Kentallen Bay to finish at the Holly Tree Hotel. You’ll have ample opportunity to spot birds and seals as we take in the sweeping views across Loch Linnhe and the isle of Mull from the Rubha Mor headland. 

Option 2 – Isle of Lismore

Distance: 6 miles (9½km) 

Ascent: 680 feet (200m) 

In summaryTake the ferry to Lismore for an exploration of this tranquil island. We’ll visit the picturesque old fishing village of Port Ramsay, a Pictish Broch and the ruins of Castle Coeffin. 

HighlightThis is a day of far reaching sea views as we gaze out across Loch Linnhe towards the mountains of Glen Coe and the Isle of Mull. Easy gradients and lots of interest make this one of our most popular low-level walks. 

Option 3 – Beinn a’ Bheithir

Distance: 9 miles (14.5km)  

Ascent: 4,350ft (1,320m)  

There’s nothing quite like a rewarding climb, and if it’s a clear day there’s a jaw-dropping mountain panorama waiting at the top. We’ll conquer the summits of Sgorr Dhearg, Sgorr Dhonuill, and Sgorr Bhan today.  

Between Sgorr Bhan and Sgorr Dearg there is a dramatic arete. The descent then takes us through the wooded valley of Gleann a’ Chaolais to Alltshellach. 

Accommodation: Alltshellach (B, L, D)

Day 6Hills and tracks around Kinlochleven

Option 1 – Loch Eilde Mor

Distance: 8.5 miles (14km)  

Ascent: 1,800ft (540m)  

Discover the mountains, valleys, and waterfalls around Kinlochleven at the head of Loch Leven. We’ll ascend to the beautiful mountain lake of Loch Eilde Mor then descend via the Old Military Road and the West Highland Way. You’ll be accompanied by panoramas of the Mamore mountains. 

Option 2 – Garbh Bheinn (Loch Leven)

Distance: 6 miles (10 km) 

Ascent:  2,950ft (900m) 

You’ll walk from the southern shore of Loch Leven to the village of Kinlochleven via the summit of Garbh Bheinn mountain. We’ll climb the little frequented ridge to the summit to see the peaks up close, then descend through wild country to join the old military road.  

Option 3 – Na Gruagaichean

Distance: 8.5 miles (13.5km)  

Ascent: 3,800 ft (1,160m)  

With 10 Munro summits, the rugged Mamore ridge contains some of Scotland’s finest mountain walking. You’ll take in a small part of it, climbing past Grey Mare’s Tail waterfall onto the Mamore mountains from where the wild and fierce landscape opens up before you.  

We’ll traverse a high-level ridge walk, which links the summits of Sgorr Eilde Beag and Na, before descending the southern spur of the mountain back to Kinlochleven. 

Accommodation: Alltshellach (B, L, D)

Day 7Mountains of Glen Coe

Option 1 – Glen Etive to Glen Coe

Distance: 8 miles (12½km) 

Ascent: 1,700 feet (520m) 

Walk from Glen Etive to Glen Coe between the spectacular ridges of Buachaille Etive Beag and Buachaille Etive Mor. Our path crosses a pass known as the Lairig Gartain (Pass of the Garden), then descends to Glen Coe and along the West Highland Way to the Kingshouse Inn. Look out for Red Deer and Golden Eagles as you discover this amazing landscape.

Option 2 – Buachaille Etive Beag

Distance: 6 miles (10km)  

Ascent: 3,050 feet (940m) 

The little sister to Buachaille Etive Mor – one of Scotland’s most iconic mountains – Buachaille Etive Beag is a magnificent ridge in its own right. Starting from Glen Coe, we’ll follow a good path to the ridge and visit both summits before descending into another valley and returning to Glen Coe.

Option 3 – Buachaille Etive Mor

Distance: 9.5 miles (15km) 

Ascent: 3,200 feet (980m) 

Ascend steeply from Glen Coe up a rocky path through Coire Altruim onto Buachaille Etive Mor. We’ll then follow the undulating ridge to the summit of Stob Dearg where there’s an eagle’s eye view over Rannoch Moor and Glen Coe stretching out beneath. Afterwards, we’ll descend and follow the valley to the Kingshouse inn. 

Accommodation: Alltshellach (B, L, D)

Day 8Departure Day

Enjoy a leisurely breakfast before making your way home. (B)

Dates and Prices
Version 1
Departure Dates
Per person (single or twin) Single in a double room
2025: April 12 $2,630 $2,910
2025: May 3 $2,630 $2,910
2025: May 10, 31 $2,930 $3,210
2025: June 21 $2,930 $3,210
2025: July 12 $2,930 $3,210
2025: August 16, 30 $2,930 $3,210
2025: October 4 $2,630 $2,910
Version 2
Departure Dates
Per person (single or twin) Single in a double room
2025: April 19 $2,630 $2,910
2025: May 24 $2,930 $3,210
2025: June 14 $2,930 $3,210
2025: July 5, 26 $2,930 $3,210
2025: August 9, 23 $2,930 $3,210
2025: September 6 $2,930 $3,210


Pricing is per person (pp) based on single/twin/double occupancy.

Supplement applied for single in a double room.

Rates are in $ CAD. Rates include room upgrade (better) and membership fees. 

Contact DHTour at 1-888-597-3519 or 905-639-9954 or to book.

Ask us for the best available pricing for your dates & choice of airline. We can assist in your travel to/from the Country House.

This tour is also available in 3, 4 or 6 night duration. 

This holiday includes active sightseeing and you should expect to spend lots of time on your feet.

While every effort will be made to adhere to the described itinerary, we may occasionally vary the sequence shown here or substitute an alternative route to suit local conditions or for other operational reasons, potentially at short notice. Sometimes things happen beyond our control – the weather, traffic jams or changes at the places we visit. If we need to adjust your holiday programme, for whatever reason, your leader will help smooth the way.

Travel Details:
Address is: Alltshellach, Onich, Fort William, Invernesshire PH33 6SA

By Rail:
The nearest station is in Fort William, however most guests travel to Glasgow then catch our transfer coach.

By Bus:
If you are not travelling on a Saturday, the journey from either Glasgow Buchanan Street or the airport can be made using the Scottish Citylink bus, numbers 914 or 915. Ask the driver to stop at the north side of Ballachulish Bridge – from here it is a 400 metre walk to Alltshellach.

By Car:
From Glasgow take the A82 towards Crianlarich. Continue on the A82 towards Fort William. Head for Ballachulish keeping the village on your left. Go straight on at the roundabout over the steel bridge and take the second right B863 to Kinlochleven and the seafood restaurant. Alltshellach is 400 yards further on, on  your right.

Hotel Descriptions


Situated in a stunning location on the shores of Loch Leven, Alltshellach is a stately Scottish house set amid a rugged landscape. The house is a picture of Highland solidity, with spectacular views of craggy mountains and grassy slopes beyond the loch. This pocket of domesticity lets you admire nature at your leisure though, sipping tea or G&T as you watch clouds scud across the sky. In fact, this one-time home of the Bishop of Argyll & the Isles has been recast as a hiker’s hotel, with an air of old-world splendour, excellent accommodation, a generous indoor pool, three lounges and a supremely cosy Highland Bar that’s well-stocked with local beer and whisky, all of which is (almost) enough to distract you from the vast vistas over the waters. But it’s the great outdoors you’re here for and the house is ideally situated for accessing the Mamores, the mountains of Glen Coe and tackling Ben Nevis as well as bagging munros and spotting local wildlife.

Address: Alltshellach, Onich, Fort William, Invernesshire PH33 6SA

Room Amenities: Tea & coffee-making facilities, TV, Hairdryer, Toiletries, Wi-Fi

There are 38 comfortable bedrooms, all in the main house, with a range of ‘Classic’, ‘Premium’ and ‘Superior’ options to choose from. Rooms radiate cosiness thanks to little touches – a remedy for even the dreichest day. Those with a view are worth the extra spend, as you’ll be overlooking the gardens and loch. The Superior rooms include Room 21, a spacious corner room with lovely views of Loch Leven, while Room 23 is a stately showstopper that was once the official Bishop’s bedroom, complete with original features and cracking views.

Premium Rooms are more spacious en-suite guest rooms. Amenities include free Wi-Fi, tea and coffee-making facilities, toiletries (hand wash, shampoo, body lotion, shower gel), and a 32-inch TV. Extras include bathrobes, slippers, and comfortable mattresses.

Hotel Amenities: Free Wi-Fi, boot room and drying room, extensive gardens, heated indoor swimming pool, multi-purpose ballroom, library and board games to borrow

After a day exploring, return to the house and its specially tailored walkers’ facilities. Stroll the gardens that dip down to the loch. The small peninsula at the bottom of the lawns is called An Dunan and often becomes an island at high tide – look for prehistoric rock art cut into the slabs on its side. Make time too to plunge into the heated indoor swimming pool and do a couple of lengths under the watchful eye of the mountains through the panoramic windows. Inside the house, head for one of the communal areas: you’ll have three to choose from and can kick back, relax and catch up with other guests. Later, stop in the Highland Bar for a nip of whisky or a nightcap – the comfy seats make a fine spot for a dram and there’s a range of good single malts to choose from that’ll have you believing you’re living a laird’s life.



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