Mol Mor, Torridon

The bunkhouse is surrounded by awe-inspiring scenery and is ideally situated to enjoy outdoor pursuits. This is a very popular destination for walking clubs, school parties and family groups.

Part of a converted farm steading at the head of Loch Torridon, Mol Mor provides good quality, basic accommodation for up to ten people.

Accommodation details

The bunkhouse has three bedrooms with bunk beds (2 four-bedded and 1 two-bedded), as well as a well-equipped kitchen, comfortable lounge/dining room with wood-burning stove, shower rooms, a laundry/boot room and oil-fired central heating.

Special note: Guests are required to bring their own sleeping bags, but pillows and slips will be provided.

Sleeps: 10
Bedrooms: 3
Rating: Very Good
Area: Highlands
Postcode: IV22 2EZ


  • Dishwasher
  • Dogs welcome
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Washer dryer
  • No smoking
  • Radio
  • Small television
  • Suitable for people with some mobility impairment
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Available for festive and winter breaks


Two male red deer are pictured between two trees with moss in the foreground.

Prices and booking


£25 per person per night; minimum two nights stay
Please note there is a minimum charge per night of £125 for smaller groups of five and under.

How to book

Please contact our Holidays Department for the latest availability on 0131 458 0305 and choose option 2, or email

Contact details

National Trust for Scotland Ranger Service, The Mains, Torridon, Achnasheen, Ross-shire IV22 2EZ

Tel: 01445 791368


A hiker with rucksack and poles begins to descend a narrow path along the summit ridge.

Torridon offers you the chance to experience some of Scotland’s finest scenery, with magnificent mountains rising from the shores of Loch Torridon. Climbers will enjoy the challenge of Liathach (1,054m) and Beinn Alligin (985m).

Upper Loch Torridon is a stone’s throw from Mol Mor, with Liathach towering in the background. Looking west, Beinn Alligin’s shapely outline invites many to attempt its first summit, Tom na Gruagaich (922m), one of the five Munros on the Trust’s Torridon estate.

The hide near the seashore offers a perfect vantage point to view wildlife. Look out for red deer, grazing Highland cattle, oystercatchers, golden eagles and, if you’re very lucky, otters and pine martens.

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