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Most staff were welcoming but the 'posh' food could do with a little more on the plate and more vegan options available for dinner. The breakfast was lovely though!
Ackergill Tower£91Ackergill Tower£91
Friendly staff. Hotel is traditional and formal but very welcoming. The grounds are very pretty with an amazing walked garden. Food is very high standard with top quality service.
Culloden House Hotel£105Culloden House Hotel£105
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.
A Castle View B & B£58A Castle View B & B£58
As we were at a concert at eden court we found the position of the hotel very convenient also hotel was walking distance to the centre of inverness
Columba Hotel Inverness by Compass Hospitality£58Columba Hotel Inverness by Compass Hospitality£58
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!
Dornoch Castle Hotel£112Dornoch Castle Hotel£112
This hotel is not like any other "hotel": it's something out of Downton Abbey. Beautiful building with gorgeous gardens, and the owners and staff are terrific. It's pricey, but very worth the cost. It's close enough to Inverness (although a taxi is around 45 BP) and very close to some very good ...
Coul House Hotel£121Coul House Hotel£121
Fantastic hotel. Great value especially for a luxury hotel. Spacious rooms, beautiful views, friendly and very helpful staff.
Loch Ness Country House Hotel£104Loch Ness Country House Hotel£104
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.
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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.