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It's more pricey then many hotels but the ammenties and room size make up for it. The food in bar, restaurant and breakfast was the best we had anywhere in UK hotels this trip. After hiking that hot tub feels like a million bucks. Boxed lunch packed for hikes are cheap, very filling and really fresh ...
We enjoyed our stay. Rooms are a bit tired but fine. Heating needs to be turned on as we found the room a bit cool, didn't need to ask for heater but the room could have done with being a bit warmer.
A long weekend get away with shopping and spa. Facilities in the Hotel were great the food excellent. Staff are extremely helpful whatever the time of day or night.
Hotel clean and tidy good breakfast friendly staff location 15min walk to the centre only downside being the rooms are not sound proof therefore unable to sleep with the snoring coming from next room but was noted by the manager.
Great set up for families. Room was spacious and clean. Common areas (restaurant, bar) could use an update - menu as well as physical space. Friendly, helpful staff and convenient location.
The house keeping lady cleaning the rooms when we left was one the friendliest member of staff we met. Breakfast was tasty and the chef was lovely - table staff seemed as though they rather be anywhere else but serving in the restaurant. Rather pricey for bed and breakfast !
Make your way to the famed Scottish Highlands to discover the magical landscape and history of one of the UK's most unique cultural regions. Whether you’re a history buff who enjoys strolling the hallways of medieval castles and historic architecture, or are looking to cycle and trek through the Scottish Munros, you’ll soon discover that the activities and sites of the Highlands are some of the world’s most fun.
Strike a path to the Highland’s largest city, Inverness, where you can visit the famous pink castle of Inverness that overlooks the city, then stroll alongside the banks of the iconic Loch Ness and try to catch a peek of its mythical monster. If you’re after some relaxation then make your way east towards the Moray Firth, where you can unwind on one of the region’s most stunning stretches of sand, Nairn Beach.
While the coastal waters of the Highlands might only be swam by a brave few, a stay at a highland hotel with a pool can help to give you that extra holiday feel you’re after. To plan and book your Highland holiday, be sure to try the easy to use Expedia search tool.