Situated in Aultbea, Wester Ross, one of the most idyllic areas of the Western Highlands of Scotland, Drumchork Lodge is surrounded by stunning scenery, enabling you to relax in a haven of peace and tranquility. The lodge is run by Scots born owners Frances Oates and John Clotworthy, who have gained international renown for the lodge as “The Highland Home of Malt Whisky”, winning numerous awards for both the collections and presentations of Scotland’s National drink.

Whiskey Tasting

Drumchork lodge has one of the largest collections of malt whiskeys around the world.Tastings are
regularly hosted at our lodge. It’s popular among both connoisseurs and novices.


Our lodge is situated is situated in in one of the most breathtaking locations in the western highlands of Scotland. It is easy to access be it via rail, road, ferry or a flight.


Aultbea is well signposted and is best accessed from the North via the A835 (Inverness to Ullapool), then branch left at Braemore Junction back onto the A832. Access directly from the South along the A832 does involve single track road. Once in Aultbea the lodge is well signposted.



Whilst there are no direct rail services, for those wishing to travel to Drumchork via train there are frequent services to Inverness (60 miles) and Achnasheen (most northerly station on the west coast). From Inverness you can easily hire a car. Click here  for the Scotrail timetable which contains details of train times.



If you are travelling to or from Drumchork via one of Scotland’s many beautiful islands then you will likely take the ferry operating out of Ullapool. For more details including timetables and fares visit the Calmac website.



The most convenient airport is Inverness (60 miles) from where you can hire a car. You may also fly in Glasgow airport from where car hire is also available.
Should you require taxi transfer to Aultbea from Glasgow, try
Glasgow Airport Millennium Taxis