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"Castle" is a little bit of a stretch. It's part of what was once a Castle but it is very nice. No lifts so the 3rd floor tower with luggage was a bit tough but the adjoining rooms were ideal for 3 of us. Bed...More
The restaurant in this lovely hotel offers excellent quality food using local ingredients and cooked with style. Loved the atmosphere, children were welcome in the dining room (we had an early table) and the bar has an amazing array of whisky to choose from. What...More
This is just a great place, situated in the heart of the village it's just so quaint it's almost English!
The castle is great. Historical and atmospheric. The food is great the coffee great the service great the whiskey even better. And. The place is...More
Stayed here for a week. A few problems like no hot water one morning and breakfast not served until 8 but we were starting work early.
Hotel is clean and quirky and the bathroom in my room was freezing as the toilet door closed there...More
Great food and excellent whisky meny.
I can't say much about the wine list, since I seldom drink wine. But those in my company that drink wine, think it has a good selection.
The room is one of the better have seen, in the UK....More
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I agree with the previous writer that bus is convenient from Inverness to Dornoch BUT it leaves early (?9.20am) so you would need an overnight stay in in Inverness unless you were doing sleeper which arrives Inverness ?6am... More
I agree with the previous writer that bus is convenient from Inverness to Dornoch BUT it leaves early (?9.20am) so you would need an overnight stay in in Inverness unless you were doing sleeper which arrives Inverness ?6am. Train connection goes to Tain and a taxi would be feasible from there approx.8 miles.