Welcome to The Prince’s House Hotel, a privately owned and run characterful small hotel set amidst the dramatic and stunning scenery of the western Highlands of Scotland. The owners, Kieron and Ina Kelly offer personal attention in a relaxed and informal atmosphere, with comfortable rooms and some of the finest Scottish cuisine available our aim is to ensure that you have a memorable stay with us.
Glenfinnan is the perfect location to unwind and explore the outstanding natural beauty of the area, whether by car, on foot or by public transport. Visit us and immerse yourself in our rich local history, enjoy the warmth of our hospitality and the modern comforts of this charming old hotel – you’ll wish you could stay longer.
“Lose yourself in the beauty of our surroundings, find yourself in the warmth of our hospitality”
Originally a coaching inn called The Stage House, the hotel was built as a “change house” to provide shelter and a change of horse for travellers on “The Road to the Isles”. The oldest part of the building dates back to the seventeenth century, at that time the inn would have been very basic with one large upstairs room with a fireplace at either end for warmth. This section now houses the restaurant downstairs and two bedrooms upstairs.
Over the years the hotel has gradually expanded with the last addition, the Stage House Bistro and bar built in the 1980s to replace an older section that had to be demolished. We now have nine bedrooms, a mix of standard, superior and one four poster. All of the rooms have coombed ceilings, some have dormer windows in the traditional Highland style and all are arranged over the first floor in a slightly quirky layout.