I enjoyed bar inside the hotel. I could also go to the castle and pubs nearby. But important thing is that this hotel is not in Inverness. I liked it very much. But if you want to stay in Inverness, find another one. You can go to Inverness by bus though.
Stayed for 3 days/nights in mid December. Hotel is in the perfect spot for all the surrounding amenities ( car essential ). Staff were very friendly and very accomerdating. Food was lovely. Will defiantly be going back. Thanks again
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Set on the shores of the most mysterious stretch of water in the world and only 10 minutes from Inverness the hotel enjoys …More
While this hotel is located a little way from Inverness, it is located in the hills overlooking Loch Ness. From the outside it is a little dated, but once you get inside the rooms are big, clean and comfortable. The staff is friendly and helpful and the food at the bar is good. Its location makes for quiet nights and it has incredible views of the Loch
We spent a night there on our way to Orkney and while the room was a bit small, it was very comfortable and had every thing we needed. The hosts were very friendly and accommodating. The power went out during the night due to very high winds, but they really went the extra mile to make sure we weren't missing anything. Nice rooms, great view, good food, overall a great experience and we would return there.
Great stay lovely young man met us and took us to a great room at the front of the building with fabulous views, we found the hotel to be old but extremely charming food was excellent for both dinner and breakfast.
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If you are looking for that quintessentially unique spot that will live in your memory for years to come, then the Inch …More
We had a lovely night here and are sorry that we were not able to stay longer in this lovely place, but we were just passing through. We noticed that our hostess was very accommodating to the special requirements of other guests who were staying at the same time as us. We would very happily return here if we are ever in the area again.
Known as the home of 'Nessie', the monster supposedly lurking in the depths of Scotland's most voluminous lake, Loch Ness is a popular destination in the Highlands. Ramblers can explore the medieval ruins of Urquhart Castle, whilst more experienced walkers can hike the 113 km of the Great Glen Way. Cruises operate all year so visitors can appreciate Loch Ness from its best vantage point: the water.
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