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Great location ground floor room overlooking the Loch with patio doors what a view to wake up too. Breakfast was very comprehensive and staff friendly and oh the pool was very good. There is a nice local up just 5 min walk away with good food and beers should you wish to leave the hotel also shops ...
Isles Of Glencoe Hotel£82Isles Of Glencoe Hotel£82
We had a pleasant short stay at Ballachulish Hotel. The room was large, comfortable and clean, with a modern bright bathroom. The hotel was fully booked so we had dinner slightly later than we would have preferred due to a large party booking. However dinner was excellent, using locally sourced ingredients, ...
Ballachulish Hotel£95Ballachulish Hotel£95
I had leave well before breakfast to catch a train to Stirling (0650 departure) the staff arranged for a take away breakfast that was ready at the front desk when I left. Front desk were also instrumental in getting me a taxi when the service I intended to use was not available.
Muthu Royal Thurso Hotel£54Muthu Royal Thurso Hotel£54
Thought I was getting a hotel downtown near train station but the history and glamour of a long gone era delighted me.
The Royal Highland Hotel£81The Royal Highland Hotel£81
There are few places in the world that can offer the mix of scenic beauty, cultural history, and delicious food and drink that you’ll find scattered throughout the Scottish Highlands, all of which makes this region a unique and thrilling place to get away to.
Whether you’re heading to one of its famous lochs or are off to the coast for some fresh seafood, a three star hotel found with Expedia’s search tool will provide you with the rest you need to start your Highland adventure.
The Highlands offer-up some of the UK’s most stunning beaches, and a trip to the famous golden sands of Nairn Beach in Nairn is a perfect way to simply relax on a sunny day or to explore the Moray Firth by boat or through scuba diving.
Anyone who has heard of Scotland is well aware of the fame of the country’s Scotch Whisky, and there is no better way to get a taste of the Highlands’ finest than by hopping on the Malt Whisky Trail. Have a wee dram at the Speyside Cooperage, or at one of the famed Highland distilleries.
Book your trip to the Highlands now and discover the rich cultural history and natural wonders of this famed part of the country.