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young owners who cater to all your needs NEIL at the bar is a hidden gem Very warm and comfortable place
The tower itself is fantastic. Staff was very friendly. Scenery around the tower is dramatic and beautiful. Room was a little cramped, but clean. There’s history to be found everywhere. Keep in mind this is a truly old building, so some things show their age. Our closed window rattled and knocked ...
This family run hotel just added to an already great experience my wife were having in Scotland. The hotel has a great view of the Loche, with a wonderful traditional Scottish breakfast. Our room was very clean and comfortable. My only minor gripe was the water pressure could have been stronger. ...
Good whiskey bar and food decent enough. Rooms probably in need of a refurb but clean enough and perfect location for golf, which is what virtually all of clientele were there for.. Bar shuts at 11, so no late night drinking!
A wonderful place to stay, the Pierhouse sits just above the pier where you can watch the ferry to Lismore coming and going and lots of other boats, often the fishing boat that is landing that nights dinner of local shellfish . The hotel itself is relaxed and friendly, the staff are helpful and happy ...
We had a delightful stay at the Dolphin Bay Suites. Paul, the manager, met us and gave us a great overview of the facility and the various points of interest and history in the little town. He told us about numerous sights to see and places to hear good music. He also sent us to a local dairy where ...
The Scottish Highlands may be best known for their mountain vistas and lochs, but a trip to the shores will give travellers a chance to see the country's stunning coastline, with everything from stretches of colourful sand, to secluded bays and rocky cliffs.
There are numerous beach hotels scattered throughout the many fishing towns, coastal lochs, and islets of the Highlands, and all can be easily found using Expedia’s search tool. The west and east coasts both provide their own unique atmospheres and are equally stunning in their own ways.
If you’re looking to escape the city life, an isolated spot like Sandwood Bay Beach in Lairg will not only provide you with one of Britain’s most reputedly stunning and unspoiled beaches, but it is also backed by a freshwater loch that is filled with brown trout if you have an interest in fishing.
On the east coast, the Moray Firth is home to the golden sands of Nairn Beach in Nairn, and boasts pristine waters for relaxing walks by the sea or for scuba diving and underwater exploration. A trip out to the Black Isle will also bring visitors up close to marine life such as spotted seals and dolphins.
A visit to the Highlands’ coastline will surprise you with its world-class beaches and stunning blue seas.