To mark its seasonal reopening on 1 March 2020, Sutherland’s Inver Lodge Hotel is offering guests a special room only rate of £120 per night in a standard double or twin room for the whole of the month. For those wanting to treat themselves and upgrade to a suite, it’s just £300 per night.

The special seasonal rate of £120 per night in a double or twin room offers a saving of £164 per night, while those staying in a £300 per night suite can sleep easy knowing that they are saving £200 a night. The rates are for room only, subject to availability, non-refundable and valid throughout the month of March. Accommodation must be booked direct with the hotel and paid in full at the time of booking. 

Perched high on a hillside in an area of outstanding natural beauty, Inver Lodge Hotel is a 21-bedroom, family-owned property and a haven of rural tranquillity. Situated in one of Europe’s last unspoilt wildernesses, the hotel offers breathtaking views of the majestic mountains and the wild North Atlantic Ocean. 

Inver Lodge Hotel owns three deep lochs, which are full of salmon and trout and has a private fleet of wooden clinker boats which are available for guests that want to venture out on the water and try their hand at fishing.

Overlooking the picturesque fishing village of Lochinver, the hotel is the perfect spot for nature lovers. There is an abundance of local wildlife and endless nature trails in the area. Golden eagles are often seen soaring high over the surrounding mountains, there are flocks of red deer on the moors and Atlantic seals are regular visitors to the quiet harbour. It’s a birdwatchers delight, with white tail sea eagles, ospreys and Peregrine falcons.

Inver Lodge is conveniently located on the world famous Scottish NC500 route, and provides the perfect pit stop for weary travellers with a warm and friendly welcome. With 500 miles of simply stunning Scottish coastal scenery, the route, which begins and ends at Inverness Castle, is billed as the ultimate road trip and an unmissable experience.

With an excellent reputation for food, the hotel offers mouth-watering, hearty cuisine from local producers in a relaxed and informal setting. Steak, salmon and game come direct from the hotel owner’s private estates, which also have the royal seal of approval. 

The hotel is easily accessible by car, bus or train, and is just two and a half hours’ drive from Inverness and Dalcross Airport. The Caledonian Sleeper runs daily from London to Inverness.

To celebrate the hotel’s reopening and book a room, visit