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.
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.
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 Station Hotel is a small, family run hotel situated in the scenic fishing village of Avoch, offering good quality, homemade pub and bistro style food. With its friendly staff and efficientservice, the Station Hotel is the number 1 place to stay and/or dine in the Black Isle. Nearby activities include: historic places of interest, attractive beaches, 18 hole golf course, dolphin tours, fishing trips, real ale & whisky distilleries, forest walks, cycle paths, paintball and a wildlife park.
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.
A very special welcome awaits you at Lovat Lodge Hotel. We offer accessible holidays in the beautiful North of Scotland and we pride ourselves in the fact that we have successfully been looking afterguests with mobility problems, recycled teenagers and lone travellers for decades. From the second you enter the hotel, the service is different.
Thank you to all our customers, suppliers, musicians and visitors for making the 2015 beer and music festival the most successful ever. As well as enjoying ten wonderful days, we raised in excess of£1600 for MFR Cash for Kids and the Nairn Highland Games. Thank you all.
Open all year, The Westerlea Hotel is a privately owned and run by Chris Reid, a local lad. This beautiful former Victorian home has easy access to the A96 and a is just a few minutes walk fromfantastic beaches and golf courses. Many of the Highland's finest golf courses are within easy reach, namely Nairn, Nairn Dunbar, Brora, Golspie, Castle Stuart and Royal Dornoch to name just a few.
The Waverley Hotel in Nairn is a centrally located period building offering excellent value bed and breakfast accommodation and fully equipped rooms. Like other Nairn hotels you can expect a warmHighland welcome with comfortable rooms providing comfortable beds, flat screen TVs with DVD players and tea/coffee making facilities.
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.