The Inn offers seven well appointed comfortable en-suite bedrooms. Each room has a beautiful sea view out across The Inner Sound of Raasay, towards the Isles of Raasay and Skye.
The bedrooms are let on nightly bed and breakfasts basis. 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 compliment the hot food a range of cereals, fresh fruit, yoghurts, juice and tea/coffee are available.
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.
Check In time is normally around 2pm but if you room is not quite ready when you arrive, the bar/dining area is available.
Breakfasts are normally served from 8am until 9.30am but earlier can be arranged if required.
We request that guests check out by 11am.
Christmas & New Year
Please be advised we do not open for accommodation for the 2 weeks over Christmas and New Year, see the availability calendar for dates.
Please be advised we do not permit campervans/caravans to utilise our car parks overnight. There is a lovely campsite in Applecross which can be contacted by visitors who wish to bring their own accommodation!
It is worth noting, when considering Applecross as a destination, that although it is small and remote there are a wealth of places to explore and enjoy! We often find our guests telling us that they should have booked for longer. We would recommend at least 3 days and 2 nights in the local area. It generally takes a while to get here so it seems a shame to leave too soon. Also it isn’t too far (1-2 hours) from some of our glorious attractions along the West Coast (including Torridon, the Isle of Skye and Inverewe Gardens) so you can use Applecross as a base. Staying more than one night is a more relaxing, eco-friendly and cheaper option, as we offer discounts for consecutive nights!
Please be aware that as a small Inn, the rooms are predominantly above the bar/dining area. The bar operates normal hours and so on occasion there may be some lively banter occurring which result in some noise emanating from it. Whilst this is monitored by our bar staff we can not guarantee that some noise will be heard in the bedrooms. Whilst this is not normal it is something we like to make our guests aware of. If this concerns you it is worth checking when you make your booking.
Also, although Applecross is a very small and remote village it is surprisingly popular! As such accommodation options are limited and the Inn is often sold out. As such, to avoid disappointment, visitors are advised to enquire and book well in advance. This is particular prevalent during our major local community events. If you are thinking of coming get in touch as soon as you know your plans to see what we can do for you.
The bedrooms are configured thus:
2 with double beds only;
1 with a double bed and a pull out bed;
2 with double beds and a single bed, 1 of which has an additional pull out bed;
1 with a double bed and 2 single beds.
1 double which can also be a twin
Whilst we don’t have any designated single rooms, a double can be offered as a single with a supplementary payment, refer to the Tariffs page.
Please note the Inn, including all our rooms and the bar/dining area are non-smoking, including vaping!
The Inn’s downstairs room is more accessible for guests who may require some extra assistance. Please notify our staff when booking if you require this particular room for your stay.
Due to the high demand for our rooms throughout the year we cannot guarantee a particular room for residents. Instead we do our best to accommodate our guests optimally based on the bookings for each night or group of nights they have booked.