This former sporting lodge is nestled within the sleepy village of Tongue on the north coast of the stunning Scottish highlands. Overlooking the beautiful Kyle, the stunning Ben Loyal, and the gentle sweep of Ben Hope with Castle Varrich in the foreground, the Tongue Hotel offers the visitor a glimpse of its glamorous past and reflects a bygone era.
Whether you come here for hill climbing, stalking, angling or golfing, or you prefer to while away the hours reading a book or playing a board game in our cosy lounge bar, The Tongue Hotel can offer you a warm atmosphere, excellent service, comfort and an attention to detail
About our Hotel
Built in the mid 1800s and owned by the Duke of Sutherland, the hotel boasts 19 unique bedrooms and many original features such as wood panelling, open fires, traditional antique furnishings, genuine exhibits and authentic paintings. Steeped in history, the hotel has a romantic, enchanting feel which delights and excites all who enter here.
Hotel owners Lorraine and David and their enthusiastic team provide a warm atmosphere and attention to detail ensuring our guests leave with a lasting impression of this charming country house
"Great location, friendly staff, loved the style of the rooms and the attention to detail (the complementary sherry etc.). Also loved the live music in the Brass Tap and the food in the restaurant was really good. The overall atmosphere was simply great!" - March 2017
"Lovely hotel. Well presented with friendly, kind staff. The food in the Bar/Restaurant was very good" - Dec 2016
"Friendly helpful staff. Hotel in a beautiful setting. Breakfast enormous you won't need lunch after that" - May 2016