CHOOSE A ROOM
A wide range of Classic, Superior, Family and Four Poster rooms to choose from
This deceptively large hotel boasts 93 bedrooms. Due to the age and nature of this grand old building all bedrooms are individual in size and shape but all have as standard – en-suite bathrooms, television, hairdryer, direct dial telephone and tea and coffee making facilities. There is a large selection of room types available, including Family Rooms, and some of our rooms even have a view of Loch Linnhe.
Remember: FREE Premium WiFI in all bedrooms only when booking direct!
FOUR POSTER ROOM
Room Extras and Added Treats
If you’re celebrating a special occasion, or just wish to make your stay a bit more distinctive, why not add some lovely extras to your room? Give us a call or available to purchase online after you have made your room booking.
HIGHLAND CLUB PACKAGE
Treat yourself to a Club Package upgrade. In your room you will receive
Ben Nevis Whisky Miniature
Robe and complimentary slippers
Savoury snacks and shortbread
Replenished each day of your stay for only £25.00 per room per night.
Add a Special Treat…
A delicious bottle of House Wine served chilled waiting in your room on arrival.
A bottle of House Red Wine waiting in your room for your arrival.
A delicious bottle of Prosecco served chilled waiting in your room on arrival.
Late Check-out up to 12noon instead of 11.00am
A chilled bottle of Moet & Chandon Brut to enjoy in your room on arrival.
A bouquet of fresh Flowers – £26.00
A bouquet of fresh flowers for a special occassion in your room on arrival.
Celebrate in style! A Bottle of Moet & Chandon Brut Champagne, a box of Chocolates and a basket of Fruit will be waiting in your room.
As a result of the age of the building there are some period features of the architectural mix that might make access difficult for people with limited mobility. Please call us to discuss your individual needs prior to booking to ensure that we are able to offer you a suitable room and comfortable stay. As we refurbish our property we have, and will continue to, improve accessibility as and where practically reasonable within the footprint of our historical and listed building.