The Highland Hotel

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Highlands and Islands
IV14 9AN

The Highland Hotel, Strathpeffer

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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. The Highland Hotel makes for an excellent base from which to explore Scotland's dramatic Northern Highlands Strathpeffer itself is renowned as a beautiful Highland spa resort with fabulous Victorian architecture and the imposing peak of Ben Wyvis frames the backdrop to this charming village. Upon returning to the Hotel of an evening you are welcome to dine in our Restaurant choosing from our Table d Hote menu or simply relax in our comfortable lounges while enjoying the evening s entertainment.

You will receive a warm welcome and friendly service at the Highland Hotel.

 3 star rating

From: £49.00

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