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we had an overnight stay at this hotel before we fly out of Inverness. We had also hiked that day so we were exhausted. The location is a little farther than we would like but taxis can easily bring you there. It was about 5 pounds from the city center. I don't know if there are other restaurants ...
A beautiful building on beautiful grounds. The rooms and beds are a little run down and need upgrades. Seems to cater to bus and large groups. Had to move due to unexplainable noise plus walls are thin and you can hear your neighbors tv. Once I moved into separate building (cottages) everything changed; ...
The staff were friendly and attentive. The room lovely. I appreciated the historic connection and the staffs knowledge of the area. I had long wanted to experience staying here and being In a place so important to Scottish history. The property does not disappoint and the beautiful walled garden ...
Good hotel and location. Staff pleasant. Room clean and spacious with a very good, large TV. Bathroom plenty big enough and my room had a 'wet room' walk-in shower which was excellent. Good enough hotel for a couple of nights but people out the back (believed hotel staff but have no evidence for ...
One of the world’s premier destinations for lovers of the outdoors, the Scottish Highlands provide boast stunning coastal seascapes and mountain-top views, as well as some of the best adventure and leisure activities around.
Use Expedia’s search tool to book a relaxing and luxurious stay in one of the region’s fine four star hotels, and after a comfortable rest you’ll be feeling energized and ready for anything; from boating trips to horse back riding through the valleys and mountains.
Anyone who’s spent time horse back riding can tell you about the joy and exhilaration it brings, and a trip to Cairngorms National Park in Aviemore will allow you to experience this thrill, as pony trekking is one of the Highlands’ traditional forms for exploring this beautiful landscape.
If you’re after something a little more relaxing, then consider a group or chartered boat tour. From quaint coastal destinations like Gairloch Beach in Gairloch, you can set sail and discover the local marine-life, including various species of dolphin, minke, killer whales, and harbour porpoises.
If you’re looking to escape the frenetic pace of day-to-day city life, there are few places more idyllic to book your holiday than the Scottish Highlands.