We plan to reopen on Friday 8th April 2022.

The reservations office is open Monday to Friday from 9am to 4pm.

Azeleas line the path in front of Glengarry Castle Hotel
Since 1958 the Glengarry Castle Hotel has been a most comfortable country house hotel with a jewel of a setting...on the shores of Loch Oich which lies between Loch Ness and Loch Lochy in the heart of the Scottish Highlands. Small wonder then that guests return time after time to be welcomed by proprietor Janetta MacCallum and her sons Donald and Robert.



View from library

Library view

Inner hall



The Glengarry Castle Hotel opens in late March and closes in early November each year.


Scottish Tourist Board 3 Star Country House Hotel

AA 3 Star and 1 Rosette

dining room for breakfast and dinner
Dining Room


The hotel enjoys a deserved reputation for Highland hospitality. Fresh local produce in season is the key to successful traditional cooking. The building is Victorian with detailing such as a pine-panelled reception hall and the library and lounge where mellow oil paintings reflect the glow of a welcoming log fire.

There is central heating throughout the hotel, this is now powered by ground source heat pumps which run all the time, also heating our hot water.

In July 2016, we were able to install a fibre broadband connection, our hotel wifi is now fast as well as free!

Good old-fashioned Scottish afternoon teas are served daily.

Sketch map of hotel grounds
Sketch map of hotel surroundings

Sketch map of Invergarry
Sketch map of Invergarry

Nearby, within the hotel's grounds comprising of 60 acres of tranquil woodland, stands the ruin of a notable landmark ... Invergarry Castle, clan seat of the MacDonells of Glengarry, where Bonnie Prince Charlie stayed after the Battle of Culloden. Indulge yourself by fishing for brown trout on beautiful Loch Oich. Take advantage of the Hotel's facilities, including rowing boats and tennis court. Enjoy spectacular lochside walks. And discover just how much of the Highlands lie within a leisurely day's drive. The main A82 traffic passes unseen and unheard well to the rear of the Glengarry Castle Hotel thus offering unspoilt access to the lochside. Return soon or make your first visit to the ideal centre for touring the Highlands ... you'll be in the best of company.

Hotel grounds
View to Loch Oich

Rowing boats on Loch Oich
Rowing boats on Loch Oich

Hotel car parking
Glengarry Castle Hotel and car park

In Invergarry there is an exhibition exploring Glengarrys local and natural history,
please look at the Glengarry Heritage Centre information for more details.

The hotel is completely non-smoking.