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Lovely hotel set in quiet grounds. Perfect hotel to stay with children as lots to do. Just watch if your child is over 10 even when booking half board for all you still need to pay for over 10's when eating.
Hotel is good, comfortable room with and the hotel has good facilities. The village of Brora is also nice with a selection of places to eat and drink.
This hotel was a pleasant surprise. It was one of the cheapest we stayed at in Scotland but also one of the best, large room , comfy bed, and all the facilities on hand
Stayed for two nights. Our first room was absolutely beautiful with a lovely view, however as they were heavily booked we had to change rooms and the old part of the house did not compare, although the beautiful old staircase and windows up to the room were stunning. Staff were helpful and very caring, ...
We stayed in one of the tower rooms and loved sitting at the bay window watching the River Ness and the people walking over the bridge and along the street. The staff treated us wonderfully and were very attentive. We stayed for four nights and enjoyed the hotel and the Highlands very much. We'll ...
The Scottish Highlands is the right place for those seeking a retreat for a little relaxation and rejuvenation. Guests booking into spa hotels are in for a seriously soothing time, especially with the amount of leisurely activities to pursue outside the hotel grounds.
Fort William is home to what was voted as ‘Top Railway Journey in the World’. The Jacobite steam train takes guests on a two and a half hour journey to Mallaig, chugging over the Glenfinnan Viaduct, which featured in the popular Harry Potter films. It goes past Britain’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis, and arrives at a small fishing town for visitors to wander around. From here, you can either choose to continue exploring by taking a ferry over to the Isle of Skye, or head back to your hotel for another massage.
Restaurants in the Scottish Highlands specialise in locally sourced seafood and many have won awards for serving up delicious dishes. Wash it down with a dram of whiskey from a nearby distillery or an pint of ale from the region’s offerings of breweries.
Expedia's search tool will find you the ideal spa hotel for your stay in the Highlands, so all you will need to concentrate on is what to pack for your holiday.