About Us

WELCOME to the Tomdoun Sporting Lodge.

Skye, on the quiet single track former drovers’ road to Kinlochourn.

The Hotel dates from 1895 and retains much of its Victorian charm. It is a real retreat, with no televisions, ‘phones or faxes in the comfortable bedrooms.

The bar is frequented by the locals (always a good sign) and the “crack” is lively. By the fire, impromptu musical sessions are common. The restaurant offers the best from the Highland larder: of Scotch Beef, game and seafood, cooked with flair. This is accompanied by a fine wines list – and over 100 Malt Whiskies.

Long renowned for its fishing (especially its once record-breaking Brown Trout), Tomdoun can also offer stalking and shooting, as well as pony trekking and mountain biking.

The Hotel is a walkers’ dream, with dozens of Munros within a short distance, some with the best stalkers paths in Scotland. There are less taxing, but equally rewarding walks by Loch and forest.

Tomdoun is remote – but an excellent centre. Eilean Donan Castle and Skye are an easy day trip, and so too is Loch Ness and the Caledonian Canal.

Tomdoun could easily become a habit you don’t want to break.

Set amidst the spectacular Scottish scenery of Glengarry, the Tomdoun Sporting Lodge has long been associated with some of the finest traditions of Highland hospitality and sport.

A remote Highland hotel surrounded by unspoilt countryside and with comfortable bed and breakfast (B&B) accommodation, a welcoming bar plus an excellent Dining Room serving the finest Highland meat, game, fish and seafood, the Tomdoun is a Highland getaway offering convenient access to an unrivalled choice of Munros and Corbetts as well as numerous less demanding routes for climbers and walkers.

Many fishermen come to Tomdoun in order to try their hand at the world-class fishing waters nearby, including fly fishing for brown trout and ferox trout, salmon fishing, arctic char fishing and pike fishing. As well as fishing, excellent deer stalking (including red and roe deer) and shooting (including grouse, pheasant, woodcock, duck and geese), makes the Tomdoun a perfect place to stay for those with a love of Scotland, the Highlands and the great outdoors (click HERE to see a map of the area around Tomdoun in a new window).

Many activities are available at Tomdoun including clay pigeon shooting, white water rafting,skiing, archery, guided mountain bike tours, canoeing and much more.