Black Sheep Hotels has unveiled eight new cabins, a new restaurant in Fort William and the construction of a unique bakery on the road to Skye.
The lodges have added an additional 19 bedrooms with six cabins at The Whispering Lodge and two cabins at the Cluanie Inn, which are to be launched shortly.
Inspired by the Highlands and built with timber, each cosy cabin has a different theme and come with outdoor patios, spacious living, dining, and open kitchen areas, gas fireplaces and barbeque facilities. Whilst the cabins are self-catering, they are also adjacent to the hotel to make full use of the restaurant facilities.
Over the past two years the group has also augmented its restaurant offering. It;s restaurants include Emily’s Byre, Lochside Brasserie and The Cluanie Bar and Kitchen and its popular Asian restaurant Tiger on the Wall in Inverness, which serves Indian and Oriental cuisine, and buoyed by the success of the latter the company is opening a second pop-up restaurant in the High Street in Fort William also called Tiger on the Wall. The restaurant will be open throughout the main tourist season and will close briefly in the autumn for a full refurbishment.
In another extension to its food and drink arm the Landour Bake House, opposite The Cluanie Inn, and styled as an old-fashioned bothy, will serve homemade cakes, pastries and sandwiches from recipes dating back to the 1890s.