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A lovely hotel. I had a huge room (room 3) and my parents a very comfortable twin
Small but good bathroom - great shower. The open fire in reception was very welcome as mid September was a bit chilly but it was a pleasure to...More
Hadn't stayed for three years, but previously had stayed on average once a year. Booked well in advance on a dinner bed and breakfast basis as well as a table for the Friday when we were entertaining old friends from college days. Room allocated -...More
This hotel is in a quiet town in the north of Scotland, close to a lovely golf course. The original building is in the arts and crafts style of the early twentieth century, but there are extensive later additions to the north, including some luxury...More
This hotel is a highland gem situated about 60 miles north of Inverness. Built in 1913 it has that old world charm. A log fire awaits you (weather permitting) at reception. The hotel has a spa and swimming pool. A choice of three restaurants to...More
My wife and stayed in room 4 for 2 nights. The room was large and authenticity furnished, considering that the hotel is over 100 years old. The bathroom was modern and well appointed. The only thing I would suggest is a new TV. I did...More
We have three rooms left available during this period, if you would like to give us a call we would be more than happy to give you some more information and get you booked in.
Response from Stuart580 | Reviewed this property |
I don't remember seeing any lifts of ramps inside the hotel or room on the ground floor however as stated in another answer the hotel did everything they could to help during our visit so definitely be worth an ask.
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