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Great location, room is modern and not too far from parking, but the room was uncomfortably hot and even with the window open for 3 days it was still reasonably uncomfortable. We are from Perth, Australia, so we know what warmth is and the days were mild (~17°), but temperature in the room was close ...
Overall this is a good hotel to stay at while visiting Inverness. The bathroom is a bit small compared to the very large room, but I've found the bathrooms are small in most Hotels in Scotland. The location is great, short walk to pretty much anywhere you want to go. Because of the location, the ...
Very large rooms with a king size bed plus a lg twin bed. Very roomy for a European room. No A/C which you really do not need but they did have a fan. Great breakfast!
Our room was a twin, recently painted, and clean. The beds were very soft, but comfortable. One small issue is that our room windows were next to the kitchen exhaust fan(?) at the back which ran from 5:30 am until about 9:30 pm. Noticeable as it was warm and we had the windows open for air, but did ...
Spent two nights here for our daughters 4th birthday and also had our 2 year old son. The pool was good although kids pool closed for one day. There was a good soft play and games area for the kids. The family room was spacious however as there was no air conditioning, it was uncomfortably warm. ...
Lovely country house establishment. Would stay again. I had a junior suite overlooking the gardens. Sadly there wasn't any space in the dining room at breakfast on the Sunday morning as the hotel was busy due to a wedding.
My room had the most incredible view of the River Ness! Very beautiful. But what really made my stay so pleasant was the front receptionist, Victoria. From my arrival all the way to my departure, she was tremendously helpful in making sure my trip through Scotland was eventful. I thought I'd wing ...
Comfortable and clean rooms. The showers are water-savers, so no long showers at this hotel unless you don't mind continually pressing the control button approx. every 10 - 15 seconds for water. Nice dining room with a good variety on the menu with fresh vegetables from the hotel gardens.
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.
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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.