Introduction

Welcome to Loch Torridon Community Centre

Torridon & Liathach (© Steve Carter)

Set in the North West Highlands of Scotland, Loch Torridon is one of Britain’s most spectacular locations. An area of outstanding natural beauty, its unique combination of mountains, coastline and rare wildlife offer visitors the opportunity to experience the British outdoors at it’s finest. Add to this top class accommodation, fine dining, conference and event facilities, Loch Torridon is the ideal destination for tourists and businesses alike.

Loch Torridon Community Centre acts as a focal point for the local community and visitors to the area as well as being a modern multi-purpose facility offering:

  • Wedding Venue
  • Function Venue
  • Exhibition and Gallery Space
  • Conference Centre
  • Business Centre
  • Sports & Fitness
  • Live Entertainment & Licensed Bar
  • Tourist Information

Outside the centre the area provides a wide range of opportunities including touring, hiking, climbing, fishing, mountain biking, luxury boat trips and kayaking. Alternatively visitors can just sit and enjoy the views and changing moods of this beautiful place.

The Centre aims to provide a high quality venue for use by the community, visitors and business. It promotes and supports health and fitness, local business, local employment, and tourism. It funds the upkeep of the building and its charitable activities through the commercial provision of a conference and function venue, charging for daily and hourly use of the facilities, fundraising, and charitable donations.

The Centre is owned by the Torridon District Community Association (TDCA) which is a charitable company limited by guarantee (SC350453). The TDCA operates the Centre in accordance with its Articles and Memorandum of Association for the benefit of the local community. The TDCA is a non-profit making organisation and all revenues generated by its day-to-day activities are applied to the upkeep and improvement of its assets and for the general well-being of all those living in the Loch Torridon area.