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Drumchork Lodge Hotel
Aultbea
Highlands

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Drumchork Lodge Hotel is located in the village of Aultbea in the magnificent setting of of the Wester Ross mountains in the Scottish Highlands. The hotel is personally run by the owners, John and Frances, who go out of their way to ensure that guests have an enjoyable stay. Nothing is too much trouble for them and a warm Scottish welcome and friendly atmosphere is guaranteed.

The hotel is well known for its whisky tasting week-ends, which are an experience not to be missed. John and Frances are whisky connoisseurs, and regularly make presentations at whisky festivals at home and abroad. The hotel was recently described by the Scotch Whisky industry as having the second best malt whisky bar in the world.

The hotel happily caters for celebrations such as weddings and birthdays. Enquire for details. You can be sure that your celebration will be one to remember.

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