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One of the premier luxury hotels in the Scottish Highlands, the Royal will delight the most discerning of guests and offers 55 en-suite rooms, many with breathtaking views over Loch Broom and the others over rugged mountain landscapes. The privately owned Royal Hotel is a matchless and precious jewel of the Highlands, uniquely situated to offer the perfect combination of comfort and a stunning seaside loch location with a minute walk to the town centre.
All reviews italian food loch broom nice hotel porridge shared balcony executive room four poster hotel bar main restaurant petrol station corner room good size room was large cooked breakfast lovely view wee dram first floor
A very nice hotel with great food, good service and nice rooms. It also has a very nice view of the Bay and Harbor area out the front of the hotel. Centrally located next to the quaint town of Ullapool. Great little town to wander...More
Stayed for 6 nights. Room very clean . Fast friendly staff . Excellent breakfasts. Stunning views . Bar has about the best range of whiskies I've come across. Hotel engages well with guests making you feel welcome but also affording privacy. This hotel is well...More
We had a lovely room with balcony,unfortunately much rain also.The quality of room was first class.The only thing that let the hotel down was the restaurant which was a much lower grade than the hotel.Food very ordinary.Breakfast in the main restaurant was fine.
We stayed here recently during our driving tour of Scotland. The hotel itself is perhaps a little dated and tired in places, but clean and functional. Our room was the four poster suite and it was very near perfect for us. Very spacious, clean and...More
Stopped for a wee dram on the walk back to our Guest House from town on two nights. Great whisky selection but...
First night we walked in, a bit wet from Storm Callum, and a group standing at the bar simply turned round and stared...More