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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 ...
We toured Scotland by car so it was important that we find hotels where this was convenient. Lots of parking spots here and at no charge. The location was just outside of the city core of Inverness in a quiet area with beautifully groomed gardens and lawns. One could walk to city centre in about ...
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 ...
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 ...
Nice hotel located close to main centre of Inverness. No washing facilities in the room if you are looking for a full apartment type stay. Otherwise was good and on par for cost.
The first room we were given was a small room in the attic with twin beds and slanted ceilings that you could bump your head on if not careful. I was not pleased but when I expressed my dissatisfaction, I was immediately moved to a beautiful spacious twin room. Very happy!
Great hotel + we had a quiet room with a lovely view, Had a 9 year old with me so there were plenty of activities,great pool with a slide + wave machine, sauna + steam room for us adults + a relaxing area where I could read my book. When the weather gets bad an indoor play area for boys + girls + ...
Visitors to the Scottish Highlands who are here on business have an incredibly inspiring backdrop to do it against. Whether you're headed to a conference in the riveting city of Inverness, or the quieter confines further north, Expedia can you find great business hotels in a matter of clicks, if you use the handy search tool. Here, you can work and play, with tons of leisurely pursuits on offer at out-of-work hours, so you can mix business with pleasure.
This dramatically beautiful region of Scotland is home to many distilleries. Take advantage of their produce by ordering a dram of whisky that’s been made in Speyside, Pulteney, Dalwhinnie, Talisker or Glenmorangie. There is even opportunity to follow the Malt Whisky Trail through Speyside, also known as Malt Whisky Country, should time allow.
The Highlands also boasts a long history with golf and the Scottish Open Championship was once held at Castle Stuart Golf Links on the coast of Moray. Narin Dunbar is another favourite course which once hosted the Scottish Alliance Championship. Head to one of these or other famous links, so you can tee-off after a long day's work, and enjoy the fantastic views of the Moray Firth