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Reviewed 30 May 2008

I booked for valentine's day and was not disappointed. The welcome from the staff was very warm and welcoming.

The house has been restored to a amazing standard and has a great setting with nice garden and pond.

The room was first class with large fire place and bathroom with two baths and a view of the garden and pond.

The food and service was of the finest quality and the staff and owners could not do enough to make your stay a good one.

well worth the drive.

Stayed: February 2008
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Reviewed 30 April 2008

Boath House is a beautiful country house with wonderful grounds and situated close to Nairn's beaches, the Culloden battlefield and a noisy A road. Whilst the welcome was warm from Jonny the conceirge/butler this was not replicated by the other members of staff.
We stayed in one of the new 'Conservatory rooms' which are essentially converted basement rooms with minimal natural light. The room smelt slightly damp and came with a twin bed - although the beds were joined, this was disappointing given this is such a popular honeymoon destination.

Upon unpacking we discovered a frog in the room and although he was promptly removed we didn't get an apology - instead "It's our first of the year".

Breakfast was included but didn't do enough to make this a value-for-money stay. It should be said that although the five-course menu has had great reviews I found the vegetarian options very unimaginative and bland. Good wine list however.

  • Stayed: April 2008, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank withnails
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Reviewed 8 April 2008

My wife & I stayed for a special birthday over two nights in the new cellar "suite", room No. 9. Its not really a suite and while superficially it was lovely closer inspection revealed there were obvious corners cut in its refurbishment (turned out that it was a DIY job done by the owner - not to be expected of somewhere charging £330+ a night). Individually the staff where great and friendly (Jonathan in particular) but communication between them could have been better. In my opinion all the extras were expensive (afternoon coffee, Spa treatments, lunch) and I considered them to represent poor value for money. However the Restaurant is where the Boath House almost fully redeemed itself - the food was simply outstanding and at £55 for a 5 course dinner of this standard, good value. The wine list was also good in both choice and price. Breakfast was good as well and was served in a private annex off the room - lovely concept and except for being a bit luke warm, very tasty. The Chef absolutely deserves every accolade he has won.
Overall my wife loved the place, we had a good time and that is what counted. However, we had little change from £900 for two nights DBB + a spa treatment and some extras which is a lot of cash and personally didn't think that the accommodation matched the price, although the setting and main property are stunning. I would have no hesitation in recommending the Restaurant but, because of the cost, could not recommend the Boath House as a place to stay. Find a nice local hotel or B&B (there are plenty in the area) and use the money saved to eat in the Restaurant more often!

  • Stayed: March 2008, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank CaptBallbag
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Reviewed 24 March 2008

Having just returned from an Easter break at Boath House we may well have found our new weekend retreat. Located 30 minutes from Inverness and 90 from Aberdeen it is well positioned just off the main road.

After prompt service from Jonathon by e-mail to arrange the break, we were met at the front door by Don, the owner, and taken to our room, Number 8.

The room was great. It had a huge bed and the whole feel to the room was contemporary. I believe some of the other rooms were more traditional but we liked the room we had. Off to the side of the room were frosted glass doors leading to the impressive wet room, a seperate WC and washhand basin was located in a small room by the door to the room itself. In the sitting area two seats and a flat screen TV visible form the bed was perfect area for relaxing, and also in this area was a roll top bath. The room also contained a small outside conservatory which was perfect for al-fresco dining, but as it was snowing when we were there it was a no-go one!! The only small improvements that could be made were turndown service with towel replacement and also satellite TV, but hey small gripes in a room that was what dreams are made of.

The hotel is very high quality amd the finishings in ever area reflect this. It also acts as an art gallery which provided an excellent contemporary feel to the traditional building.

The hotels restaurant was superb, lunch and dinner were very good and well presented. Breakfast was a treat too !! The hotel catered very well for my allergies. We also used the spa facilities, which although were small the two therapists were very good and using Aveda and MD Formulations products delivered a very good level of service.

Overall Boath House is small, with only 8 rooms, but the level of service is superb to those limited guests. Don even gave us his jacket as my partner had forgotten his and it was very much needed due to the inclement weather.

All in all superb, thanks to all at Boath House and we will be back.........

Stayed: March 2008
Thank STEVEN-SCOTLAND
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Reviewed 12 February 2008

My husband and I stayed at this hotel for our first wedding anniversary and it was an amazing experience. I felt as though I had stepped right onto the film set of The Great Gatsby, from driving up the gravel driveway surrounded by gorgeous lawns and gardens, to bathing in the twin bath tubs with candles flickering and a view of the lake.The four poster room was utterly gorgeous (room 3), especially the bathroom, the gounds stunning, the service great (and unstuffy for such a beautiful place) and the 5 course meal was fantastic. It was so romantic and perfect for an anniversary. I actually felt compelled to write this after looking at hotels in Skye for our anniversary this year (my turn to book!) and being astounded at what the Three Chimneys offered for the same price - a very basic room and a 3 course meal, doesn't quite look as if it will match up.........

  • Stayed: June 2007, travelled as a couple
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