"Very clean & interesting in a great city location"
Spent two nights with my boys age 12,19 & 21 and we all loved the energy of this hotel even though we did not use all the facilities as we we were out to late sightseeing. Loved that the gym had a bowel of fresh fruit available and loved reading the funny descriptions on the toiletries provided (might sound silly, but this added to the quirky atmosphere). The staff were incredibly friendly & helpful. My only negatives would be that I found the toilet was hard to flush, shower taps awkward to use and hair dyer difficult to keep holding on and I don't have a disability. Food & drinks expensive for a family so we ate out in the town instead
I would definitely stay here again
Checking in was quick and easy. When we entered our rooms, we were pleasantly surprised by the large sizes of the rooms and their cleanliness. We were taken aback by the stunning view of the River Ness and Inverness Castle. The hotel, being in the heart of Inverness, was in walking distance of many stores and shops, and more importantly, the train station.
The hotel looks almost like a castle from the outside. Even though there was a lift in the hotel, there were still some staircases we needed to climb with our heavy luggage. It also would have been better if there were 2 keys per room instead of one so that each person can have their own key.
Overall, we received very high quality accommodations for a very reasonable price. Highly recommended!
From the moment we were greeted at the door, everything at the Rocpool Reserve was absolutely fantastic. The room was spacious and extremely comfortable. The staff throughout the hotel were as friendly and helpful as could be desired. The meals in the Chez Roux restaurant were superb be they breakfast or dinner. A tremendous property that I highly recommend.
Excellent service from Darren on reception, a young and knowledgeable member of staff, v helpful.
Expected pool and Jacuzzi as was there on last visit but was disappointed to find the facility is no longer there.
Lovely breakfast, appreciated that the meat options were nowhere near the vegetarian hot food, so no risk of utensils going in the bacon and then into the beans or tomato...thank you from 2 v strict vegetarians. Hotel was lovely and quiet considering it seemed quite full with guests
Traveller from Aberdeen
Modern, six-storey hotel set on the riverbank in Inverness city centre, six miles from Culloden, and 12 from Loch Ness …More
I chose the Culloden House Hotel for three nights because I wanted to 1) stay outside of noise of Inverness, but close enough to drive into the city and 2) stay in a historical building. CHH achieved both these goals for me. The area around the hotel is interesting, and like all of the highlands, beautiful. The hotel has plenty of off-street parking. The interior features a few public rooms such as the relaxing lounge area, which is amply furnished in seating groups of comfortable chairs and sofas. I was traveling alone for my trip, but I felt at ease because it seemed like all the staff knew me and treated me professionally, but in a friendly manner.
My room was just about as far away from the hotel's main lobby as possible, which I like. It is spacious and decorated (perhaps a little too heavy-handed) to reflect the Scottish heritage of the area. One of the two mattresses was a little lumpy, so slept on the other one. The bathroom is large and includes a modern shower and tub. The hotel toiletries are L'Occitane. My room caught the afternoon sun so it would get a little too warm with the window closed in the afternoon, but keeping the window opened solved that issue.
The breakfasts are CHH are very good. There is a wide selection of choice to suit even those people who are not that fond of breakfast (a condition I do not understand as I always eat a large breakfast). Most of the food comes from local sources, and is of excellent quality. The dining room staff are great.
Traveller from Arizona
Culloden House dates back to 1788 and sits on the original site of Culloden Castle which played host to Bonnie Prince Charlie …More
Inverness is the most northerly city in the British Isles and lies in the heart of the vast Scottish Highlands. Ness Islands Walk takes visitors upstream from the city centre, where the cathedral and war memorial can be spotted on the approach to the small islands in the middle of the river. Inverness is a great base for exploring; the city is around 21 km from the shores of the renowned Loch Ness.
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