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we had an overnight stay at this hotel before we fly out of Inverness. We had also hiked that day so we were exhausted. The location is a little farther than we would like but taxis can easily bring you there. It was about 5 pounds from the city center. I don't know if there are other restaurants ...
We arrived and were greeted by a lovely lady who actually showed us our rooms, something that most places don’t do! Rooms were nice and clean and we had a great overnight stay there! Eat at the restaurant there as the food was very good!
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.
A beautiful building on beautiful grounds. The rooms and beds are a little run down and need upgrades. Seems to cater to bus and large groups. Had to move due to unexplainable noise plus walls are thin and you can hear your neighbors tv. Once I moved into separate building (cottages) everything changed; ...
The room was spacious and close to all amenities. It also had full block out curtains which aided in not being worken by the early morning sun. The gym had great facilities and if a pool is added then I will certainly stay there again.
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