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Inverlochy Castle Hotel

Torlundy, FORT WILLIAM, PH33 6SN

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Now under the auspices of a couple of culinary legends, father and son Albert and Michel Roux, the restaurant is now billed as 'Albert and Michel Roux Jr at Inverlochy Castle'. Inverlochy is the quintessential Victorian baronial castle, all castellated stone walls and turrets surrounded by 500 green acres overlooking its own loch. Pretty impressive then, and inside it gets better: luxuriant furnishings and fittings, paintings, crystal chandeliers and open fires all add to an ambience of grandeur and opulence. Queen Victoria was particularly taken with the place, and some of the furniture in the three dining rooms was a gift from the King of Norway, maintaining the royal connections. You feel the need to put on the glad rags for dinner, and in any case, dining here without a jacket and tie, gentlemen, is not permitted. Expect a menu of modernised, classically inspired dishes and high-quality ingredients sourced from this bountiful part of the country. Loch Creagan oysters find their way into a terrine served with red and white chicory, loin of Highland venison is partnered with braised red cabbage and sauce poivrade, and, to finish, there might be pistachio financier with caramel pears.

Further information

Tel: 01397 702177
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Open all year.
Days closed for lunch: all week

Restaurant information

Cooking type: Modern French
Chef: Andrew Turnbull
Number of seats: 40
Accessible for wheelchairs.
Disabled toilets.
Vegetarian meals available.
Children's portions.
No children under 8 yrs.
Parking available.



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3m N of Fort William on A82, just past Golf Club, N towards Inverness
Nearest station: Fort William

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