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 on Shore Street, 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.
PLEASE NOTE - If you are planning a trip to us between 9th September and the 4th of November 2019, please be advised there are roadworks on the A890 Stromeferry Bypass road. This road is about an hour South-West from the Inn. It is the main road which links us to the South West coast of Scotland so Plockton, Eilean Donan castle, Kyle of Lochalsh, the Isle of Skye and beyond. If you are travelling directly from/to Inverness you will not be affected. The roadworks involve traffic lights from 7am to 10pm every day and the road is closed from 10pm to 7am every night. Please see the Highland Council website for more details. We will be providing updates via our Facebook page too! Thank you.
The Inn offers seven comfortable en-suite bedrooms on a bed and breakfast basis, they all have sea views! The price per adult per night for bed and breakfast is from £70 for 2019/2020. We now offer online booking, please see our Accommodation section for more information.
Famous for it’s quality, multiple award-winning, dining and bar, the Inn’s great range of delicious fresh meals are well worth the journey here. We specialise in using local produce, including seafood and highland game and meats. We also offer daily seafood specials and have children and vegetarian menus available. Open for meals from 12pm till 9pm. Prices for meals range from £4.00 to £25. Please note the following about dining reservations. As we are a public bar which offers bar dining, we don't normally reserve tables to dine. To help manage larger groups we only accept dining bookings for parties of 6 or more people. If you are a larger group please phone or email ahead to ensure we can accommodate your party. Dining times for larger groups are every 2 hours daily, from 12pm, until the last sitting at 8pm. We manage smaller groups on a seat on arrival basis. If we are busy, our friendly staff will be on hand to assist you. We also have lots of outside seating available.
The main bar area is wheelchair accessible and children (under 16) are welcome until 9pm. Well behaved dogs on a lead are also permitted. Wifi is provided in public areas in return for a donation to the Applecross Community Company, which provides the service. Please see our Eating & Drinking section for more information.
Open year-round, during the warmer months outdoor dining in our beer garden and ‘Applecross Inn-Side Out’ are also available. During the colder months, there is a peat burning stove in the bar/dining area. A Gold Green Tourism award winner, Judith and her staff aim to provide you and your family with an enjoyable relaxing Highland experience.
Please be advised we are not open for breakfast to non-residents from March till November.