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Adored this place. Rain, hail or shine you can't help but feel that you have made the best decision to stay here. We were warmly welcomed immediately. The suites are just beautiful with everything you could ever want. A short drive into town, lovely, sweeping views of the countryside and sea. An ...
Great location in Inverness...near Dalmore Whisky Distillery and in close proximity to the Cullidrn Battlefield. The hotel is extremely clean, and we found our room to be spacious with a magnificent view of the gardens.
More BnB than hotel, this is the sort of place you dream of stumbling upon. My only concern (if I hadn't had a car, which I had) was it might be a bit of a walk into town. I'm sure public transport is available. Sandy and Margaret (though I didn't meet Margaret) run a first class operation. Though ...
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!
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.
Overall, we enjoyed our stay at the Jury's Inn. The location is great, the staff are friendly and helpful, and the hotel is clean. However, the elevators and entrance to the rooms are extremely cramped. The noise from the road also is a downfall.
The Scottish Highlands is Great Britain’s very own love nest, the perfect retreat to spend quality time with a partner. Book a romantic hotel with the Expedia search tool then prepare an itinerary of shopping and dining with some absolutely beautiful walks in between.
Guests in Loch Lomond can take a special shopping trip to Loch Lohmond Shores, to peruse the gift shops and boutiques, then take a break at a quaint cafe. Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park is Scotland’s first national park, and perfect to drive through and stop off for an arm-in-arm stroll. It leads onto Loch Katrine, which inspired Sir Waltor Scott’s poem The Lady of the Lake.
Couples staying in the quaint town of Oban can gorge on fresh seafood dishes at award winning restaurants, before taking a boat out from the coast to explore the islands nearby. Those who prefer to stay on dry land can trek the gorgeous landscape and spot castle ruins, calm bays and serene lochs. Dunstaffnage Castle is a popular site, famous for being the stronghold for the MacDougalls.
With plenty more to do in this outstanding area of Scotland, couples of every interest will fall in love with the place.