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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 ...
I was surprised at the size of the family room and think a lot of hotels should equal this. It stated 2 single beds for the kids but we were given bunked beds that proved to be rather uncomfortable. My kids complained that the springs kept poking them. The spa staff seemed helpful and lovely. Although ...
Good whiskey bar and food decent enough. Rooms probably in need of a refurb but clean enough and perfect location for golf, which is what virtually all of clientele were there for.. Bar shuts at 11, so no late night drinking!
This hotel is perfect for golfers or to explore the region.(completely renovated) The restaurant is also excellent. I stay there 5 nights. The only remark is there is nobody to help you to bring the luggage in the room (2 floors). Definitively the best choice in the region.
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