The Morar Hotel will close for the Winter from the 28th October 2012 until May 2013.
The Morar Hotel is only 3 miles from Mallaig, the southern Gateway to the Isle of Skye. The hotel boasts some breathtaking views of the famous Silver Sands of Morar and the Inner Hebridean Islands of Rum, Muck and Eigg.
The Morar Hotel was originally built as a station hotel and it is only metres from the train station. When the hotel first opened in 1902 it would take seven and a half hours by coach from Fort William. Today Morar can be reached in under an hour from Fort William by road or by the popular steam train that travels along the breathtaking West Highland line in the summer months.
The Morar Hotel in Morar offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year.
Unless specified otherwise, prices are quoted per adult per night.
Childrens reductions are available, for more details see our terms and conditions.
Single Room Supplement £15.00
Unfortunately, we cannot currently confirm the required availability/rates online.
To book, please call Classic on 0845 1306 241...
16 of the 30 bedrooms in the Morar Hotel enjoy breathtaking views of the Morar river estuary. Other rooms in the historic part of the building have views of the rugged Craig Mhor Mountains and the steam train as it passes through Morar village. All of the rooms are en-suite and have hairdryers, welcome trays, and individually controlled heating provided for the comfort of the guests.
The Morar Hotel has got Single Rooms that don't carry a single supplment. Please call Classic Britain prior to booking to check availability of Single Rooms. If you book without checking you will automatically be allocated a Twin/Double room for Sole Occupancy with the Single Supplement charge.
In the Silver Sands restaurant, diners enjoy the changing moods of the Scottish scenery with views over the Morar River estuary. All meals are prepared to order using only the freshest ingredients using local and organic produce. With the bustling fishing port of Mallaig only 3 miles away the restaurant offers a fresh daily fish special.
Dinner is served from: 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Breakfast is served: 8am - 9:30am
Soup of the Day £3.20
Cullen Skink : Traditional Scottish Chowder made with local Smoked Haddock & mashed potato £4.80
Filo wrapped brie : Oven baked and served with mixed leaf salad, lime & redcurrant jelly £4.50
Haggis Spring Rolls : Homemade with a mixed pepper coulis £4.95
Mallaig Prawn Salad £5.25
Smoked Salmon salad drizzled with chefs salad dressing £4.50
Warm Duck & Smoked Bacon salad drizzled with a balsamic reduction £4.95
Caution: There may be small bones in some fresh fish. Please alert your server to any food allergies you may have prior to ordering.
Chicken Breast stuffed with white pudding & finished with glayva raisin jus £11.15
Prime Scottish Fillet Steak : A choice of Garlic butter, Mushroom sauce or Black Peppercorn sauce £15.25
Pot Roast Lamb Shank served with a blueberry marmalade £10.95
Pan fried Fillet of Pork with apples, served with a cider cream sauce £10.50
Seared Salmon Fillet served on a cajun rosti £11.95
Grilled Halibit Steak served with mushroom sauce £10.95
Pan fried Swordfish Steak served with lime & coriander butter £11.50
Seared Turbot & Baked Mussels with a fresh ginger & orange sauce £12.35
Bailey's Irish Cream Cheesecake served with dark chocolate sauce & fresh strawberries £4.55
Chocolate Pistachio Brownie finished with pistachio syrup & sweet vanilla cream £4.20
Lemon Poppyseed Sponge with a compote of summer berries £4.30
Raspberry Mousse set on an almond sponge with fresh whipped cream & raspberry coulis £4.45
Scottish Cheese Plate - a selection of Scotland 's finest cheeses £6.00
The Morar Hotel is situated on one of Scotland's popular tourist routes - The Road to the Isles. The Road to the Isles routing stretches from Fort William to Glenfinnan and Lochailort, through Arisaig and Morar ending at Mallaig. It is a route steeped in history as it was along this route that Bonnie Prince Charlie found safety and security in this lovely area of the Scottish Highlands.
The historic village of Morar is set in one of the most beautiful regions in the Western Highlands. In Scots Gaelic the village of Morar is called Mordhobhar meaning 'Big Water', this name was given to this village as it sits by Loch Morar the deepest expanse of fresh water in Western Europe. This loch is ideal fishing in and permits are available from the Morar Hotel. Other activities popular in this area are walking or perhaps a round of golf at the Traigh nine-hole golf course.
Twin Rooms - All dates showing have Double rooms available
Double Rooms - All dates showing have Double rooms available
Pets are charged at Per Pet Per Night (1 large dog or two small ones per room maximum)
The Morar Hotel has got Single Rooms that don't carry a single supplement. Please call Classic Britain prior to booking to check availability of Single Rooms. If you book without checking you will automatically be allocated a Twin/Double room for Sole Occupancy with the Single Supplement charge.
Please note that there is only 1 family room in the hotel. Please check availability before booking by calling classic britain directly on 08451306241. Please note if you book a family room without calling first we cannot guarantee you will be accommodated in one room and additional changes may apply.
There are no disabled rooms or ground floor rooms at the hotel.
Best Room Available - you will be allocated the best available room on check in. Please note that a seaview room room is not guaranteed, unless you have opted to pay the supplement for a guaranteed upgrade. The supplement is £5 per person per night. Please note the family room does not have a sea view.
PLEASE NOTE IF YOU BOOK A ROOM ON THE SAME DAY AS YOU PLAN TO ARRIVE PLEASE CALL THE HOTEL TO CHECK THEY HAVE YOUR BOOKING AS THEY CAN OFTEN BE DELAYED IN COMING THROUGH TO US ESPICALLY IF THEIR OWN RESERVATIONS TEAM HAVE FINISHED FOR THE DAY.