We offer warm and comfortable en suite accommodation, with a friendly and relaxed family run service. Please note: We are closed on Wednesdays from 10am and reopen at 3pm on Thursdays. We are sorry if this causes you any inconvenience. Our Broombeg Bar opens every evening, except Wednesdays, and offers a wide range of exciting dishes, locally sourced produce and regular "specials" Regular folk music sessions are held in The Broombeg Bar and hosted by local musicians. If you sing, play (we have a small number of spare instruments which you are welcome to use) or just want to come along and listen, you will be made very welcome.
Whale watching trips can be booked from Gairloch via Hebridean Whale Cruises telephone 01445712458 or from Ullapool via Shearwater (Summer Queen) Cruises telephone 01854612472. You will not only have the chance to see amazing whales, dolphins, birds and sharks but you’ll also learn more about their habitat and how climate change is affecting it.
Dundonnell Hotel is situated at the foot of the An Teallach mountain range offering quick and easy access. Overnight camping within our grounds gives you the awesome view of the mountain, the view across little loch Broom as well as the convenience of the broombeg Bar within a few yards of your pitch. After a long day hiking just pitch up and then relax over a great Scottish Ale or a warming Highland malt and enjoy the atmosphere of the bar. We have shower facilities in the bar and of course a scrumptious menu to choose from for hungry hikers!
The West Coast is renowned for its beautiful beaches - plenty of opportunities for paddle boarding, kayaking, wild swimming as well as seeing seals, porpoise and dolphins. The turquoise waters, rock pools and beautiful sunsets are stunning. Plenty of sandy beaches to visit within easy reach from the hotel.
During the very early Spring and Autumn on clear nights we often see the Northern Lights, the curtains of green, red, purple and yellow dance over the Loch and are simply breath-taking. We cannot guarantee you will be lucky enough to see them but we do get Aurora Alerts and let our guests know if there is a likely hood of them being visible.
We are right on the NC500 route and a great stopping off point. The roads and scenery along the route are fabulous – it’s the perfect route to get a feel of the magnificence of the wilderness that the Scottish Highlands has to offer – a route that can be done time and time again with always something new to see.
The Broombeg Bar is a wonderful place, not only for our food and drink but also to meet other travellers from around the world.
The surrounding area of The Dundonnell Hotel, where the mountains meet the sea, give our guests the feeling of being truly at one with nature. The magnificent mountain range of An Teallach, Little Loch Broom and the NC500 are a part of the last of the remaining wilderness in the Scottish Highlands. Sunsets over Little Loch Broom are breathtaking and as the Loch is tidal there are plenty of opportunities for Paddle boarding, sea kayaking and wild swimming . From May until the end of August the long light nights offer the chance of extending your day time activities and during the autumn evenings when the nights are dark and clear its possible to see the Northern Lights. Our rooms have either a Loch view, An Teallach view or glen views, our Broombeg Bar, residents lounge and breakfast room all look over the Loch. WiFi is available throughout the hotel and guest rooms however we do not have televisions in rooms, we like to offer the peace and tranquility that this wonderful place brings that allows our guests to relax and switch off.
Throughout the year we offer special deals for direct bookings with us, for the best rates please contact us directly by telephone or email or using the book now buttons on our website. We also have a limited number of rooms that allow your dog to accompany you; however we do not allow dogs in our public rooms during meal service.There is a charge of £20 for dogs and we ask that dogs staying with us have received flea and tick treatment and have been wormed. We are dog friendly but we respect our guests who do not feel the same so we ask that you keep your dog on a lead and please pick up after them.