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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.
David made us feel very welcome. Room was great, spacious and comfortable. Great bath tub. Had some snacks in the bar and drinks. The atmosphere in the bar was nice staff was attentive. I wish we would have made dinner reservations.
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 ...
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 ...
There is always an event to get involved in during a getaway in the Scottish Highlands. This beautiful region boasts a diverse landscape of bustling cities, tranquil glens, cute fishing towns and dramatic peaks - an ideal setting for celebration and excitement. And booking boutique hotels will ensure a unique and very comfortable stay for guests with a packed itinerary.
Music lovers might want to grab a ticket for one of these extremely popular music festivals: Brew at the Bog, Skye Live, Loopallu and Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival. Scottish rain can always make an appearance, so pack wellies and a poncho!
Whiskey aficionados will prefer the Nip Whisky Festival held in Bognain Farm just outside of Inverness. Here there are lots of demonstrations, live music and, of course, tastings.
Get a feel of authentic Scotland at the Highland Games, which take place in different areas throughout the summer months. Expect to see traditional events such as caber tossing, Highland dancing and bagpiping contests.
Come winter time, Inverness hosts lots of craft fairs and markets to kick start the Christmas season. The Pictish New Year (11th January) is marked with the Burning of the Clavie, an ancient fire festival at Burghead on the Moray Coast.
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