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Ackergill Tower - Wick Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
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Ackergill Tower

Ackergill Tower, Wick - Map
 
 
everytime to find a reception, a dinning room, our own room is a challenge, like a maze. but we really enjoyed to search every corner of this castle.
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Loch Ness Country House Hotel - Inverness Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Loch Ness Country House Hotel

Loch Ness Road, Inverness - Map
 
 
"Comfortable stay "
The only negative comment is the free WiFi, we couldn't get it in the room. Comfortable bed, plenty of food for breakfast.
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Dunain Park is a secluded Georgian country house standing in 6 acres of beautiful gardens and woodlands. Both Dunain Park and …More
Rocpool Reserve Hotel & Chez Roux Restaurant - Inverness Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
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Rocpool Reserve Hotel & Chez Roux Restaurant

14 Culduthel Road, Inverness - Map
 
 
"Delightful"
Excellent attention from the staff, fine restaurant and quiet location close to the city center
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Inverlochy Castle - Fort William Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
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Inverlochy Castle

Torlundy, Fort William - Map
 
 
The castle hotel is lovely, but -- as others have indicated -- it is rather overpriced. Having breakfast included helped, but at these prices I would think afternoon tea and dinner would also be included. Probably only worth it for someone with means or a really big splurge. I'm glad we stayed here, but was only able to balance out the steep cost by staying for next to nothing at other places on the trip.
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pentahotel Inverness - Inverness Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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pentahotel Inverness

63 Academy Street, Inverness - Map
 
 
"Easy & convenient "
Walking distance to train station, friendly staff, basic but clean rooms
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Glenmoriston Townhouse Hotel - Inverness Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Glenmoriston Townhouse Hotel

20 Ness Bank, Inverness - Map
 
 
"Great location. Some restaurant glitches."
We stayed at the Glenmoriston Town House Hotel about 15 years ago - then stayed there when visiting Inverness again a few weeks ago. It has been substantially renovated since our last visit and is now a top-notch hotel, very comfortable, and with a fabulous location right on the water and just a block or two from the city centre. The hotel spans two adjacent buildings; our room this time was in the second building (next to the one with reception and the restaurant), and we appreciated how much quieter is was than when we stayed in the reception/restaurant building 15 years ago. Our room was on the small side, but very comfortable. There is ample free parking for hotel guests adjacent to and behind the hotel, which was nice. There were just a few weird things worth mentioning. First, the reception lobby is decorated with fresh lilies - and the smell is absolutely overwhelming. We asked one of the staff about it, and she explained that the hotel's owners love lilies. I recommend taking a deep breath before entering the lobby. Second, we ate dinner and breakfast at the hotel and found the service to be fairly shoddy at both meals - errors in our order, dishes brought to us out of sequence, long waits between courses, and having difficulty getting our servers' attention. The food was pretty good - but, after waiting 15 minutes for a breakfast menu, we were ready to throw in the towel and go elsewhere for our meals.
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The Glenmoriston Town House is located on the banks of the River ness, only a few minutes walk from the City Centre. Newly …More

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    Pocket Guide: Boutique Hotels in Scottish Highlands

    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.

    Events in the Scottish Highlands

    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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