If you are looking for a venue for a conference, an AGM, perhaps a team-building exercise or morale booster, indeed any kind of corporate event then you need look no further than the Loch Torridon Community Centre. The Centre is an unexpected gem set in the heart of the Highlands of Scotland.
Geographically Loch Torridon lies in the centre of the Northwest Highland communities, being equidistant from Ullapool to the North, Inverness to the East, Skye to the West, and Kyle of Lochalsh to the South. This makes it a perfect location for organisations serving this widespread area. For businesses located further afield, a visit to the Loch Torridon Centre is an opportunity to escape the normal daily routine and indulge in a little “blue-sky thinking”. The Centre, with its unrivalled views of mountain and loch, showcases this area in all its glory.
Within the Centre we offer a number of distinct spaces which can be used either individually or in combination to provide you with just the accommodation that you require for your event. For large presentations there is generous seated capacity in our main hall, or for a more intimate environment with stunning views the function room is perfect. Our audio visual room is equipped with top quality surround sound and digital projector equipment. By using a selection of rooms we can cater for large groups needing to break out into sub-groups meeting independently, and with a variety of seating and table options you can specify the room layouts best suited to your needs.
A number of facilities are available for the use of conference groups. These include:
- Ample free car-parking
- Printing & photocopying
- Wireless broadband internet access
Let us know what catering you require and we will lay it on for you. For example:
- Tea/coffee & biscuits
- Soup & sandwiches
- Cold buffet
- Fully licensed bar
- Hot meals
Within the immediate vicinity of the Centre delegates can benefit from the facilities of the Torridon Hotel with its fine dining and activities (including clay pigeon shooting, guided walking, and adventure sports). Sea trips around Loch Torridon can be arranged on the Seaflower to give an alternative perspective of this outstanding area.