Ballachulish House

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Ballachulish House
Restaurant information
Rating 1 Michelin star (Michelin Guide 2008)[1]
City Ballachulish, Highland
Postal code/ZIP PH49 4JX
Country Scotland

Ballachulish House is a restaurant located in Ballachulish, Highland, Scotland. As of 2008, the restaurant holds one star in the Michelin Guide.[1]


  1. ^ a b "Full list of Michelin stars in Britain and Ireland". 24 January 2008. Retrieved 2009-06-23. 

Coordinates: 56°41′2″N 5°11′13″W / 56.68389°N 5.18694°W / 56.68389; -5.18694

Circa 1870. Circa 1870, style of Alexander Ross. 2-storey and attic asymmetrical building with Gothic and Baronial detailing. Principal fronts to north (facing former ferry) and west, with entrance in NW re-entrant angle. All rubble with tooled ashlar dressings; some modern harling to flanks and rear. All principal ground floor windows are pointed headed, to north in series of 4, linked by intervening shafted jambs; similar detailing to fenestration of facetted single storey bowed bay projecting at NE, with quatrefoil detailing to balustrade. Further 2-storey facetted entrance porch in NW re-entrant angle, with similar decoration to balustrade. Recessed pointed-headed entrance into lobby. Some 1st floor pointed-headed windows in north and east elevations; Gabletted dormers, some breaking wallhead; 2 and 4-pane glazing. Bartizans flank wallhead angles of principal fronts, with shouldered lancets and pepperpot conical slated roofs. Trefoil vents to attic gables; band and cill courses; corniced ridge stacks; slate roofs. Modern 2-storey extension and bar entrance projects at east. North gable end of steading range masked by 2-storey, T-plan lodge/service accommodation. All building materials as in main hotel block; long dummy slits in each face of centre projecting gabled wing, with band course and quatrefoil vent in gable. Harled single storey range to rear. Garden walls; low coped rubble wall fronts hotel; further enclosed by high rubble wall to south.


Groome's ORDNANCE GAZETTEER OF SCOTLAND, i, (1882) p. 112.