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We love visiting Inverness and always stay in the Columba. This time upgraded to a better room with a view overlooking the river and castle. Breakfast was delicious with very attentive staff. Parking excellent with first day paid by way of £4.50 deducted from drinks bill. We were there when the weather ...
Right in the North Sea coast. We booked bed and breakfast, the breakfast was very good, smoked haddock and poached egg my favourite. We had our evening meal at the hotel a couple of times, again very good .
The staff at Culloden House is lovely and so helpful. From the moment you arrive you feel so welcomed and that definitely sets the tone for the rest of your stay. The grounds are beautiful (even in winter so I can only imagine how much more beautiful everything is during spring/summer) and the rooms ...
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!
A wonderful view of the bay and Wick harbour greets you in the morning. Stunning views all around of the coast and of course - a Castle! The place itself was newly constructed and in pristine condition, it sits atop of a hill and you can see for miles.
This place was perfectly situated for hiking Ben Nevis. We arrived on a Thursday evening, woke up early, had breakfast and drove to the start of the hike, which was only a couple miles away. I must say that the dinner at the bar went beyond my expectations. The fried fish was spectacular and the ...
The famed Scottish Highlands is replete with not only a magnificent and dramatic landscape of lochs, mountain ranges, coastal cliffs and beaches, but is also home to a rich and unique culture and history. Visitors will quickly discover that the past is alive in this northern region of Scotland and can be seen not only in the stunning and famous buildings such as the pink castle of Inverness, but in many of the local relics such as those 3rd to 9th century stone carvings found along the Highlands’ Pictish Trail.
For those looking for the ultimate Highland experience, there is no better place to stay than in one of the region’s famed Historic Hotels, where you can live within a time capsule of Scotland’s most beautiful region, and experience the traditional food and drink. To plan and book your stay in one of the many historic hotels of the Scottish Highlands be sure to try the easy-to-use Expedia search tool.
Whether you’re after a dram of Scotch whisky from the Ben Nevis Distillery or are looking to play a classic links golf course like Royal Dornoch, you’ll soon discover why the Scottish Highlands are one of the UK's best places to visit.