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Nice hotel, good facilities, family room dreadful. Heater next to put up double sofa bed meant either you had to roast or everyoneven else had to freeze. Position of put up bed meantime you had to climb over it to use the plugs and you could not sit at the table or use the kettle properly. No bath ...
We had a lovely stay here in one of the lodges at the back . The room was lovely with a brilliant view. Although the mattress was on its way out I think. Great place to stay to explore, we will be back.
Hi I chose this hotel on a flight package from Expedia and was an excellent price. Very convenient as on a bus route in between airport and Inverness which was easy for a first time visitor to navigate.Being in central Inverness would have been more scenic but I wanted the spa facility which was ...
We stayed in a River View Double Room in the Brae Ness Building. The room was clean and comfortable. The only downside was that there were no outlets in the bathroom for hair tools, and no mirrors anywhere else. Being a woman, I found this layout a little tricky. Otherwise, we loved the hotel and ...
Most enjoyable/ comfortable, relaxing improvement would be room size for more than 1 night stay a bit tucky for 2 adults.
Not a luxury hotel by any stretch, but cute, comfortable and a served the purpose. Staff were very friendly. A lovely walk around the block there were some nice places to eat.
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