This area of outstanding natural beauty, boasts stunning rugged landscapes and an abundance of natural wildlife. Whether you're interested in some of the wide range of outdoor activities available,sightseeing, visiting some of the many places of historical interest in the area or prefer a more leisurely break, MacKay's Hotel, is an excellent base for exploring the Highlands.
The Ord Arms Hotel was built in 1904 and was originally used as a coaching inn. Over the decades the hotel has gradually been extended and now includes a public bar, accommodation (eight bedrooms),two dining areas and a function suite. More information can be found by clicking on 'Facilities' above.
Welcome to our website and we hope to welcome you soon in our hotel. Beauly is a perfect starting point to explore the magnificient Highlands of Scotland. There are a lot of beautiful lochs in theneighbourhood and we would love to help you organise your fishing party. The village inn for 300 years, the 'Caley' is that rare blend of the past and the present. One of the few Scottish establishments where hospitality is still dispensed by original Highlanders.
Welcome to the Priory Hotel, situated in the picturesque village square of Beauly. The Priory is an ideal location for enjoying the unspoilt beauty of the North and West Highland of Scotland. In the13th Century Cistercian monks built a Priory here, deciding that Beauly was the ideal spot for their secluded meditation and worship. They found fulfilment through strict rules on diet, silence and hard work. Not surprisingly the guests at The Priory Hotel have found a slightly different route of bliss.
Nestled in the Viking capital of Scotland, The National Hotel stands on the site of old stable Buildings, which date back to the 10th century. The present hotel building was built in 1859, and wasknown as The Robertson's Hotel. The hotel was renamed in 1911 as The National Hotel. The National Hotel is situated in Dingwall one of the smallest chartered burghs in Britan. Granted its burgh rights by Alexander in 1226. The Vikings had their court of justice here on Greenhill at the west of the town.
A warm welcome awaits you at Glenmoriston Arms in the picturesque Highland village of Invermoriston. Situated on the Great Glen Way at the junction for Inverness, Fort William and Skye, we are theideal base for touring and exploring the area. Whether you seek some peace and tranquillity or something a bit more strenuous you can find it here.
The Commercial Hotel and 3 Gs' Lounge Bar is situated in the heart of the award winning town of Alness the biggest town in Ross-shire. The Hotel itself is over 100 years old and is ideally located forlocal shopping and tourist activities alike. With rail and bus terminals withing easy walking distance the Commercial Hotel is ideally suited for visitors on foot or cyclists. The Highland Capital of Inverness is just 20 miles away with international flights arriving and departing daily.
Jupiter Hotels is a new company which is a 50:50 joint venture between Patron Capital, the pan European institutional investor focused on property backed investments, and West Register, part of theRoyal Bank of Scotland plc. Jupiter Hotels currently operate 26 Mercure branded hotels in the UK under a franchise agreement with Accor. Additionally, we manage 5 properties which are branded Choice Hotels, of which four are 3 star and one is a 4 star Clarion Collection property and 1 independent hotel.
Nestled on the banks of the River Ness, opposite Inverness Castle, the Inverness Palace Hotel & Spa is just a few short steps from Inverness city centre. When you choose the Inverness Palace Hotelyou'll find a stylish Inverness city hotel at the heart of the Capital of the Highlands with an excellent reputation for looking after you. Make sure you visit the Inverness What's On pages for the very latest local events, concerts and attractions.
The Maple Court Hotel offers the perfect retreat to enjoy a relaxing short break, holiday, shopping trip or business stay. We are only a short 10 minute walk from Inverness City Centre. The formerhome of Dr William Simpson, Provost of the Ancient Royal Burgh of Inverness, this historical mansion provides a wonderful location to stay when visiting this area. Inverness, the capital of the Highlands was awarded city status in March 2001.