Judith Fish and her staff welcome you to the Applecross Inn. The Inn aims to provide you with friendly service, fabulous food and drink and comfortable accommodation. Situated in the village of Applecross, on the remote Applecross peninsula, in the North West Highlands of Scotland, the Inn boasts lovely views across the Inner Sound of Raasay, to the isles of Raasay and Skye.
The Inn offers seven comfortable en-suite bedrooms on a bed and breakfast basis, they all have sea views! Each room is comfortable and relaxing and offers tea and coffee facilities and a CD radio alarm. The ensuite is well appointed with cleansing products available. There are no televisions in the rooms but free wifi is available to guests. Please note, we book dining tables for residents automatically, discussing their dining time on arrival.
Famous for its quality, multiple award-winning, dining and bar, the Inn’s great range of delicious fresh meals are well worth the journey here. We specialize in using local produce, including seafood and Highland game and meats. There is also daily seafood specials and child and vegetarian menus available. Open for meals from 12 pm till 9 pm. Prices for meals range from £4.00 to £25.
Breakfast is a full Scottish Highland affair with poached smoked haddock and smoked salmon available as well as the traditional black pudding, sausages, bacon and free range eggs. To complement the hot food a range of cereals, fresh fruit, yogurts, juice and tea/coffee are available.
On The Map: Applecross is located on a peninsula in the Wester Ross region of western Scotland
Famous for idyllic scenery and the spectacular ‘Bealach na Ba’ drive, Applecross is both a small village and remote peninsula in Wester Ross. The name of Applecross is at least 1,300 years old and is used by locals to name the entire peninsula. The row of houses which is often referred to as Applecross Village, and is thusly marked on most maps, is actually called ‘Shore Street’ and is referred to locally simply as ‘The Street’! The Applecross area is one of the earliest parts of Scotland to be settled by humans, and the nearby settlement of Sand is the location of a major archaeological site. The Applecross Heritage Centre is located 1 mile north of ‘The Street’. The Centre is the focal point for operations of the Applecross Historical Society and houses an interesting collection of artefacts, archives and genealogical records. Sampling the culinary delights of the Applecross Inn (pictured), or purchasing locally smoked fish from the Applecross Smokehouse are highly recommended visitor diversions.