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Newton Hotel Inverness
Standing in 21 acres of mature parkland and gardens, yet close to the highland town of Nairn, once frequented regularly by Charlie Chaplin, is the Newton Hotel. Overlooking Nairn Golf Course and beyond to the Moray Firth, the Newton Hotel is the ideal spot for guests in search of peace and tranquility to relax and unwind.
The hotel boasts 56 luxury en-suite bedrooms, all elegantly furnished and individually designed.
Built as a family home in 1872, in recent years The Newton Hotel has seen a number of improvements, including the addition of The Highland Conference Centre, which can host a variety of functions and conferences. The hospitality of the delightful town of Nairn is matched by the warmest of welcomes that awaits guests at the Newton.
The hotel’s award winning restaurant gives you the opportunity to sample the best of all that is Scottish with locally sourced beef and seafood a specialty. Our extensive selection of fine wines is at your disposal to complement your chosen meal. Choose more of a casual treat by visiting Chaplin’s Bistro and enjoy a light lunch or supper.
Columba Hotel Inverness
The Columba Hotel, originally built in 1881, is positioned in the heart of Inverness with enviable views over the River Ness and up to Inverness Castle. Recently refurbished, guests can now enjoy modern comforts coupled with the style and traditional expected from our Victorian heritage. We are delighted to offer guests staying at the Columba Hotel, the Victoria Restaurant, ideal for any dining occasion. The Victoria features a seasonal menu, using locally sourced produce. For a more casual meal, then choose Macnabs Bar Bistro which serves a tempting selection of local fare and specialist real ales from the Black Isle.
The Drumossie Hotel Inverness
Style and luxury, superb facilities, and seated in the heart of the Scenic Scottish Highlands - the Drumossie has it all.
The Deluxe Four Star Drumossie Hotel has recently undergone extensive refurbishment. Set in the heart of the Scottish Highlands overlooking the Moray Firth and only 5 minutes from the centre of Inverness, it is ideally placed for Conferences, Weddings and Banqueting, whilst also offering an excellent base for touring the Highlands of Scotland.
Whether enjoying your wedding day in our magnificent new ballroom with it's floor to ceiling windows, arranging your corporate strategy in our fully equipped conference facilities, or simply experiencing the delights of our lavish restaurant, you can be assured that your stay will be a memorable and enjoyable experience.
Glenmoriston Town House Hotel Inverness
This 4 Star Hotel with award winning restaurant Abstract and Brasserie has just completed a full refurbishment programme. The hotel is situated on the banks of the River Ness yet is only minutes from the city centre. Each of the 30 individually designed bedrooms has flat screen TV, DVD & CD Players and many have stunning river views
Free WIFI access everywhere in the Hotel
Piano Bar with Live music every Friday and Saturday nights.
Craigmonie Hotel Inverness
Situated in the heart of Inverness with the ambiance of a country dwelling. Craigmonie offers much more than your average hotel with luxurious leisure facilities and a delicious A la Carte menu. Our newly refurbished leisure facilties are now open for the exclusive use of our hotel guests. The facilities include an indoor heated swimming pool, sauna and mini gym.
THE NETHYBRIDGE HOTEL, Well known to generations of travellers, is situated amidst the splendour of the Cairngorm Mountains and the lushly wooded Strathspey. This AA 3 Star and Visit Scotland 3 Star awarded Victorian Hotel has magnificent character and is a mere ten minutes drive from the A9 and is close to the Highland capital, Inverness.
Covenanters Inn Nairn
A friendly family welcome awaits you at the historic Covenanters Inn. Whether you are here for history, whisky or outdoor life, there's something for everyone.
Run by Louise and Douglas Harrison, the Inn is in the small village of Auldearn, 1 mile from Nairn between Inverness and the historic town of Elgin. It is an ideal location from which to explore the Highlands, Moray, Speyside, the Cairngorms and Aberdeenshire. Cawdor and Brodie Castle, Fort George, Culloden Battlefield and the Malt Whisky Trail – all just a stone’s throw away. If you need any help in planning days out, Douglas will be only too pleased to assist.
Renowned for its variety of good food, served in the Kiln Lounge Bar. After eating, why not enjoy a dram at the bar or sit in the conservatory and watch the sunset. The conservatory is the perfect quiet setting for reading, writing your postcards or surfing the Internet.
All 14 bedrooms are ensuite. The Covenanters (ground floor throughout) also has one bedroom that has been fully adapted with disabled facilities.
To comply with the smoking ban that became law in Scotland in March 2006, The Covenanters is non smoking inside the building. There is an outdoor beer garden where guests are allowed to smoke.
Children are well catered for with the indoor Kiddies Cove, outdoor play area and, of course, their own special menu. The ‘big kids’ also enjoy the pool table and darts.
Douglas, Louise and their daughters look forward to welcoming you!
Ramada Hotel Inverness
Set on the banks of the River Ness and right in the heart of the city, this hotel is an ideal location for business and leisure guests.
Each of the 106 bedrooms has an ensuite bathroom, satellite TV with pay per view movie channel, radio, hairdryer, trouser press, and direct dial telephone with internet connection as well as tea and coffee making facilities. Studio rooms and non smoking rooms are also available. The hotel offers a range of facilities for guests with a perspective on disability including fully accessible bedrooms.
Inverness Castle, Loch Ness and the Culloden Battlefield are all just a short drive from the hotel. Urquart Castle and Eden Court are also close by. Children and adults alike will both enjoy the Moray Firth Dolphine Cruise.
Royal Highland Hotel Inverness
One minute from alighting from the train, 15 minutes from the airport, and nestling in the vibrant and modern Highland capital of Scotland, is a true delight, a friendly, welcoming, real Scottish hotel of magnetic character and charm.
Guests savour two feasts here: the unmistakable hospitality and classical culinary experience of this grand hotel, and the freedom of one of the least crowded parts of Western Europe the enormous appeal of vibrant Inverness as an outstanding destination base from which to enjoy and savour a veritable kaleidoscope of activities, great shopping, touring and sightseeing opportunities which surround and abound.
Rest assured that you'll receive a warm welcome. Come and stay with us and appreciate why the hotel is earning such a good reputation. You'll soon wonder why you've never stayed before.
We look forward to meeting you.
Kyle Hotel Inverness
The Kyle hotel is situated on the spectacular western coast of Scotland in the Kyle of Lochalsh, the gateway to the Isle of Skye. Modern accommodation awaits guests and each bedroom has been individually designed with deluxe room comforts. The Kyle Hotel is ideal for those seeking a memorable Scottish stay in the heart of a luscious landscape. We are renowned for our fine dining and you can savour the best of Scotland’s larder in our Old Chapel Restaurant, which specialises in fresh locally sourced seafood and game.
Coul House Inverness
Coul House Hotel is ideally positioned to offer stunning views of Strathconon Valley and mountains beyond. The Hotel offers a secluded location which allows guests to relax in peace and tranquility, yet is ideally located for the nearby A835 and the bustling city of Inverness. The house sits majestically at the end of a half mile driveway and is set in eight acres of mature woodlands, which also boasts a private nine hole pitch and putt. Coul House is the perfect place to rediscover the romance and beauty of the Highlands with 21 en-suite bedrooms, a charming and unique octagonal restaurant and many other homely features that adds to the ambiance of the hotel. The property is personally supervised by the proprietors, ensuring a relaxed and hospitable atmosphere.
The grand octagonal shape restaurant which is the centrepiece of the hotel, with an intricately stuccoed ceiling, complete with Greek key, thistle and Celtic knot motifs. Often in the evening you'll see beautiful sunsets through the three ceiling to floor windows which offer fabulous views of the surrounding area. Both a grill and an à la carte menu are available, offering contemporary gourmet meals with an imaginative menu. Ingredients are locally sourced wherever possible, often featuring Scottish Game, local Salmon homemade breads, pastries and delightful desserts.