Unfortunately i have had to stay here on a couple of occasions, not through choice! I have stayed in winter and summer, both times equally bad, although, summertime was slightly more bearable. They stink of damp, the bed sheets feel damp they are that cold, we had to use quilts to keep us warm during the day if we were in the lodges as the heating is so useless its pointless and its eats your credit, £10 does not go far. Im sure they have their tarrifs set above the going rate... The beds smell of damp, the furniture is extremely uncomfortable and the tv with its non-working freeview is so small you need glasses to watch it. These are essentually very thin wooden walled huts without any insulation at all. The woman in reception is very unaccomadating and never there and i hope you like to keep your kids inside, cause she dont like children either, should there be any breakages, trust me you will pay for it!!! Which is a bit of a cheek really given the unkemp state of the place and grounds in general, you are being robbed. Someone refererred to it in an earlier review as 'faulty towers', their being much too kind about the place. How Hoseseasons can be associated with this place is beyond belief...
Potential renter BEWARE!!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Comfortable self-catering lodges set in a woodland park near Loch Ness.The lodges sleep 4 to 6, in one double and one or two twin bedrooms, and feature- open-plan lounge/dining-room- colour Freesat television- well-equipped kitchen- shower-room (some lodges also have bath)- bed-linen and towels provided- some lodges are suitable for wheelchair/disabled access.- children and pets are welcome.The park features- heated indoor swimming-pool (open April to October)- tennis court- children's play area- games room (pool, table tennis etc.)- laundrette.The park is ideally placed for visiting the magnificent mountain scenery of Loch Ness and the Strathglass glens, and there is an abundance of wildlife, from red squirrels in the nearby woods to deer and golden eagles in the Glen Affric National Nature Reserve. You can take a boat trip to see the Moray Firth dolphins, or a cruise on Loch Ness to search for Nessie!For a more active holiday there is excellent fishing in lochs and rivers (salmon, brown trout), there are many golf courses nearby, as well as pony-trekking, and hill and forest walks.Or you can explore the heritage of the Highlands, visit castles and whisky distilleries, or join the locals at a ceilidh of traditional music.The park is also an ideal touring base from which to visit the Black Isle, Skye, Speyside or even John o' Groats.The park is 6 miles from Beauly, which has good train and bus connections, as does Inverness (14 miles), where there is also an aiport.We are open all year round, for short breaks or longer holidays. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Kiltarlity Hotel Kiltarlity
- Kiltarlity Lodges Scotland