Arrive via a winding woodland road to the view of a beautiful old building.Once inside its uniqueness is so relaxing with old world charm.A lovely warm greeting from Eliza and shown to a beautiful room on the ground floor as she had read my request for easy access. The room was clean,warm and very comfortable everything just perfect. The food was exceptional and the cosy bar was so relaxing and the log fire well stocked. The grounds are worth a walk around and the dogs who live at the hotel are part of the charm. An excellent base for touring that part of the country and we will definitely go back.The photo is a side view of the hotel
More of a large guest house than hotel - but in a good way Nice spacious characterful lounges and bar Nice spacious room but was quite cold !! Food was honest home cooked offerings but quite expensive ie restaurant prices in a country guest house They seem to have more relaxed Covid rules - staff don't wear masks but keep their distance and a breakfast help yourself buffet of cereals and juice etc which qas surprising in these times Another guest kept on complaining that staff didn't have masks on and was but she was part of 4 x couples booked in together and mixing as an 8 at dinner / breakfast and in the lounge - hypocrite springs to mind On the whole an enjoyable overnight NC500 stay
We just had a one night stay in an executive double room was awakened at 6am with the boiler outside our window roaring away. The owner was not interested in our complaint about this saying nobody else had complained. Someone else had reviewed it as very old fashioned we would say that it’s passed it’s sell by date. It was shabby no pressure in shower very uncomfortable bed needs updating very overpriced and disappointing
Booked last minute for an overnight on return from a weeks holiday further up north. Very impressive big house tucked away at the end of a tree lined drive. Had my doubts at first, as it seemed too quiet and lacking in TLC, but, what a welcoming place. The hotel (house) is dated, but in keeping with the character of the place. It is actually full of character and we found it very relaxing. Nothing like the big hotel chains with hustle and bustle and no personality. The staff we met were all lovely and extremely helpful. The food is worth the visit alone, dinner and breakfast were superb. We will definitely be back. If you are looking for quiet relaxation then this is the place to be. The resident labrador dogs were the icing on the cake for us, lovely walks around the grounds and of course the resident chickens and their free range eggs for breakfast. Loved it all.…
Ord House Hotel is a good choice for anyone wanting to be in the countryside but within easy reach of Inverness. The building is crammed with character and is in a great, quiet location. The staff are very helpful and welcoming. This is definitely not a modern "chain", so some people may find the decor a little dated but the rooms were clean and well equipped. I would recommend the breakfast - good portions and simple, traditional fayre. I would definitely recommend and would definitely stay again.