Poolewe Hotel

A beautiful highland hotel and restaurant, on the shores of Loch Ewe.
The Poolewe Hotel is a historic 16th-Century coaching inn, on the shore of Loch Ewe near Gairloch on the NW Coast of Scotland just 90 minutes easy drive from Inverness Airport. Set amidst dramatic Highland scenery, Poolewe Hotel is ideal for anyone wishing to explore this wild and beautiful corner of Scotland.
Guests have a choice of twelve en-suite bedrooms and suites, all enjoying spectacular views most of sea or mountains. In addition, Poolewe Hotel benefits from an excellent restaurant, a conservatory dining area, and a bar. Log fires in all the public rooms add to the friendly atmosphere of this historic inn. The hotel is also dog friendly; there is ample parking and free WiFi is available throughout the hotel.
Visit Poolewe to relax or to enjoy an active holiday, or a combination of both.
Visit the world-famous Inverewe Gardens situated less than a mile from the hotel, clearly visible from the hotel dining room.
Enjoy hill walking. There are maps available in the hotel outlining the various routes, catering for a wide range of abilities.
Trout and salmon fishing, whale watching, deer stalking, canoeing, climbing, mountain biking are all on offer in the area.
Take in the beautiful and inspiring scenery.
Witness the amazing wildlife.



Tel: 01445 781769


Visit Website

Detailed Information

Lunch Served tick Breakfast tick
Evening Meals Served tick Parking tick
Licensed tick Debit/credit cards taken tick
Children Welcome tick

Latest News

RSS Icon
Official GALE Web Site

Winter Show - 25th November

25th September 2017

A festive competition with cash prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in each class. Sho...

Official GALE Web Site

GALE Christmas Tree Festival

25th September 2017

The Christmas tree festival is a fun way to raise awareness of local projects and act...

Official GALE Web Site

Social Enterprise Day - 16th November

25th September 2017

A day that celebrates social enterprises everywhere. It is all about raising awarenes...

View all news article

Member Login

Not a member? Click Here to find out more.