Hotels in the Black Isle, Dingwall and Garve

Station Hotel, Avoch
No pets

Station Hotel    Avoch

Situated in the picturesque fishing village of Avoch.the Station Hotel is centrally located in the heart of the beautiful Black Isle and is only 15 minutes from Inverness by car..The hotel is ran by Richard and Lorraine Comfort.who bought the hotel in March 2011.After a lot of labour and love.the hotel offers 11 modern en-suite guest rooms.pool room.residents lounge and cosy bar.

Ben Wyvis Hotel, Strathpeffer
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Ben Wyvis Hotel    Strathpeffer

Situated in idyllic woodland beneath its namesake mountain, Ben Wyvis Hotel is all about traditional Scottish hospitality, complemented by the nature and adventure on its doorstep. The mansion house and its 92 rooms are full of character, reflecting the charm of nearby Victorian spa town, Strathpeffer. The hotelís friendly welcome will suit travellers from far and wide looking for a great base to explore northern Scotland.

Ord House Hotel, Muir of Ord
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Ord House Hotel    Muir of Ord

A family run, stunning, 17th century country house situated only 20 mins from Inverness. Log fires, a cosy bar, comfortable rooms with free wifi in all areas and 40 acres of gardens all create a relaxing and friendly atmosphere in which to enjoy your stay, In our AA rosette restaurant and bar the emphasis is on using fresh veg from the garden and locally sourced meat and fish. An ideal base for your holiday in the highlands. Dogs are welcome and can walk in our woods and gardens.

Tulloch Castle, Dingwall
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Tulloch Castle    Dingwall

Tulloch Castle dates from the 12th Century.when first the Bains and later the Clan Davidson laid claim to its lands. Like its lively history.the Castle s fortunes have changed many times. Now.it is once again a magnificent fortress.with a ready welcome for travellers. When you arrive.you will be met with Tulloch s countless period features including the 250-year old panelled Great Hall.

Coul House Hotel, Contin, near Strathpeffer
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Coul House Hotel    Contin, near Strathpeffer

Secluded in the hills above the village of Contin.just 25 minutes from Inverness.this family-run country house offers scenic surroundings.fine-dining and a deliciously relaxing atmosphere.Originally built in 1821.this remarkably unique building is infused with the traditional charms of its historic past. This inspired atmosphere is further complemented by 8 acres of mature woodland.tranquil gardens and unspoilt views over the mountains and beyond. As befits a building of this age.each en-suite room is wonderfully individual and comes in a range of different shapes and sizes.

Conon Bridge Hotel, Conon Bridge, near Dingwall

Conon Bridge Hotel    Conon Bridge, near Dingwall

The Conon Bridge Hotel has twelve clean and comfortable non-smoking rooms. Our Premier double and twin rooms are all en-suite and have quality bathroom sundries.hair dryers and satellite television and equally are available for single use. In addition we have standard twin and single roms again with bathroom sundries.hair dryers.satellite television. We also have a large family room which can easily accommodate a family of up to five persons.

The Highland Hotel, Strathpeffer

The Highland Hotel    Strathpeffer

Set within its own grounds with a commanding position over the village square.The Highland Hotel boasts beautiful gardens.an open veranda providing scenic view across the valleys and spacious fine wood panelled public rooms.The original features of this beautiful chateau style building have been carefully preserved.

Waverley Inn, Dingwall

Waverley Inn    Dingwall

Within two minutes walk from the Town Centre The Waverley Inn is the ideal location to stay for both business and leisure travellers. Please enjoy our web site and if you have any questions simply get in touch. We look forward to welcoming you to The Waverley Inn.. The Waverley Inn is an ideal base to explore the wonderful sights and scenery that the Highlands has to offer.

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