Just 17 miles north of Inverness, the architecturally unique country house hotel, centered on two octagons and with 'lying-pane' glazed windows, is an ideal base for touring the Scottish Highlands. You will be warmly welcomed as soon as you cross the threshold into the magnificent hall with its carved fireplace and portrait of Queen Victoria. Secluded in mature woodlands with miles of walking and biking trails, with great fishing and free 9-hole pitch'n'putt golf, it is a very desirable location. All the major attractions, including Loch Ness, Dunrobin Castle, Culloden Battlefield and the famous mountain pass to Abercross are all within easy access of the hotel. Chef Garry Kenley has won many accolades for his contemporary Scottish cuisine and offers an extensive à la carte menu for lunch and dinner. There are log fires in the public areas with lots of quiet places to relax and enjoy the spectacular mountain views. Proud owners Stuart and Susannah Macpherson have created a most relaxing atmosphere in which to rediscover the romance and beauty of the highlands. Certainly a destination where one should plan on staying for more than just a couple of nights.
Open all year, except 3 days at Xmas.
- Lounge for residents' use
- Restaurant open to non-residents