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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!
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay in Castle Tulloch, As visitors from NewZealand we enjoyed the atmosphere (complete with ghost stories) the artifacts and paintings. Our room/suite was comfortable and the bathroom both large and up to date. Also enjoyed the musical evening with the local players in the ...
Loved my view...however only a few rooms have view of the river and Castle. Staff was friendly. Great location. No A.C.. had a small fan which made it tolerable as my 1st night was a bit warm. But 2nd and 3rd night the weather was cooler so it was comfortable. The windows only open a few inches so ...
We arrived on a Saturday for an overnight stay with friends as it was my wife's birthday. The staff were very efficient and always courteous. The room we were given on the first floor was very dated and extremely tired. It is appreciated that the premises is old and not new build, but come on.. £109 ...
Most comfortable beds we slept in the whole trip, but unless you're a party animal ask for a room with a river view. Front rooms overlook the street where there are a number of live band clubs. Never tried the food as there were very reasonably priced and tasty options within a block.
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