Great if you want somewhere nice to stay for cheap right in the center. Huge bed which was nice. Generally looks a bit tired all around the edges, other than the bathroom which looked newer but had an odd smell. The breakfast is very nice and you have lots of choice. Friendly staff. It's pretty much as you imagine it to be for the price. I'd recommend it to anyone who is making a late booking and needs to be centrally located. Did the job for me perfectly.
Although the hotel is a bit off the beaten path, it is quiet and has ample parking. TIP: be sure to put the postal code of the hotel into your GPS, which will make finding it much easier. Luckily, Inverness has lots of signage for its hotels. The surroundings of the hotel are not lush, but the rooms are simple and comfortable. We had a fine dinner there, although proportions were a bit small.
A pretty good example of three star accommodation. The hotel s very well located right in the middle of Inverness and some rooms look to the river ( which is the quieter side to stay on away from any pub noise ,which I heard a atron complaining about at the desk.
Overall its good value and is ok for that level and prie of acommodation.the £10 breakfast is buffet style and ok , nothing to write gone about but again good value in Scotland where we Aussies are finding it a tad xpensive overall.
Traveller from sydney
Modern, six-storey hotel set on the riverbank in Inverness city centre, six miles from Culloden, and 12 from Loch Ness …More
Central,quiet, peaceful, boutique townhouse on Ness Bank. It is within walking distance of all buses, trains and restaurants/bars. Beautiful leafy walk up to the hotel past Inverness Castle and a welcome refuge from the day's walking and hiking. Great hot power shower and a nice bar and breakfast room.
The Glenmoriston Town House is located on the banks of the River ness, only a few minutes walk from the City Centre. Newly …More
My sister and I flew from Canada to Inverness for a once-in-a-lifetime holiday. We were not disappointed in any way. The hotel is comfortable and has a lovely atmosphere. Our room was on the ground floor of the Braeness building and consisted of three rooms and a well equipped bathroom. And our two windows looked out on a pretty courtyard with flowers and vines. The breakfast buffet was varied and well presented and the staff were friendly and helpful. Enjoying the walks along the River Ness were especially memorable. We ate three times at the hotel's restaurant, Nico's, and enjoyed our time and meals there.
The location is ideal for visitors without a vehicle. We walked along the river only two blocks to the old city and one more block to the Tourist Information Centre. Eden Theatre is across the river, accessed via a footbridge. There are shops, coffee shops, pubs and restaurants nearby. It is also a short walk from both bus and train stations and the post office.
I recommend this hotel to anyone travelling to Inverness.
Traveller from Kingman, Arizona
Riverside setting in the city centre, our hotel features refurbished reception, well known restaurant and bar Luxury …More
Usually love this hotel but reception staff slow and even after phoning twice to ensure twin rooms beside each other I got double rooms miles apart! I then got told in the morning I hadn't paid for a room when I had done at check in!! Painters playing loud music outside our room on a Sunday morning was also very irritating!!!!!
This was a night out localy toto celebrate our tenth anniversary. We had one of the recently opened Garden Rooms. Luxurious room with its own small garden terrace. Bed was extremely comfortable and we slept soundly all night. Buffet breakfast was very high quality and plentiful.
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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