We were on a tour of Scotland with our daughter and new son-in-law. After booking this hotel I read some bad reviews and so was not anticipating much, even apologised to our daughter beforehand as it was her birthday night. Well, lesson learned, not all reviews are correct. These lochness view rooms were very nice. Clean, comfortable. The restaurant had great service and good food. The bar the night we arrived was very accomadating. Those massage chairs in the lobby were used by us and very much needed after days and days of treking up every hill and every stair. Don't listen to bad reviews, go and enjoy yourself and this very nice hotel.
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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
This hotel is in a great place, great views and within walking distance of the village centre. The staff are fantastic and very friendly and obliging. The place was very clean and the food we had (breakfasts) were excellent. However, the rooms are badly in need of an upgrade. They are usable and have tea-making facilities, wifi and ensuite bathrooms. But the decor is tired, the furniture dated and the rooms small. Saying this, it may add to your idea of quaintness?!
We had a great time staying at Aslaich. Our host was very friendly and helpful. She provided us with a comfortable bed, our own bathroom, and a big tasty breakfast. We had no complaints at all and would absolutely recommend this place to anyone!
In the serenity and peacefulness of the Scottish Highlands , the Aslaich Bed & Breakfast enjoys a beautiful position in …More
If you are planning to visit Lochness, chances are you won't see the monster, but staying at this B&B will make up for that disappointment. The hosts are wonderfully nice, friendly, and helpful and the rooms are pristine. The whole experience of staying here was perfectly lovely. Just be prepared to drive on some very narrow roads, i.e. one lane with "passing places." Roads of this type seem to be quite common in the highlands, but they aren't so terrifying after a few miles.
The hotel was clean and comfortable and sits away from the village so it was quite peaceful. The attached pub was a great place to eat and enjoy a beverage or two. We met some wonderful locals who hang out there and within our three day stay we felt like we were family. Everyone in Drumnodrochit were friendly and the local really liked the pub at the Benleva. I definitely plan to go back some time.
As a seasoned traveller, I thought the hotel was good enough. The room was clean and I had access to WiFi and a decent sized television. However, the room was extremely overpriced (I stayed in a deluxe room) and is worth no more than £90 for two (which is much less than what I paid).
Arrived early, plenty of parking, room ready but as no guests for a few days heating only just turned on so room felt chilly. Soon warmed up though and the use of an extra heater in room as standard. Fantastic views over the surrounding countryside, luxury toiletries and towels changed daily. TV with sky box was a bonus. Mattress could possibly do with updating, however Lovely room set in a lovely house. Breakfast well presented and plenty to choose from. Inverness only a short drive for meals and shopping, but pub 2 miles away in Dores offers a courtesy bus to and from your accommodation as long as you are eating their. Be warned though you will need to book a table early.
Made very welcome on arrival, hotel very nice needs a bit of updating, very friendly and helpful staff who made our stay a very pleasant one nice log fire and comfortable couches to relax in after a stroll. St August a 10/15 stroll though no pavements so need to be aware of the traffic. A nice breakfast to set us up for the day ahead. Had a very nice meal in the restaurant all in all a very pleasant stay..
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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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