Conon Bridge Hotel

A Hotel in Dingwall, Highlands and Islands

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High Street
Dingwall
Highlands and Islands
Scotland
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Conon Bridge Hotel, Dingwall

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Accommodation Description:

The Conon Bridge Hotel is situated amongst beautiful highland scenery alongside the River Conon, an area which thousands of visitors enjoy every year. Situated close to Dingwall, the ancient Viking capital and within 10 minutes drive of Inverness, the capital of the Highlands the hotel is ideally situated to give you a rural base with easy access to centres of activity.

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 Conon Bridge Hotel, a proud member of The Scotch Beef Club, is situated amongst beautiful highland scenery alongside the River Conon, an area which thousands of visitors enjoy every year. Situated close to Dingwall, the ancient Viking capital and within 10 minutes drive of Inverness, the capital of the Highlands the hotel is ideally situated to give you a rural base with easy access to centres of activity.

Our establishment is family friendly and our attentive staff will attend to all your requirements to ensure that you get the most out of your visit to the area. On offer at the Conon Bridge is a charming atmosphere, in keeping with an 18th century building and everything you need for a comfortable stay is on hand. We have a lovely restaurant, and a cosy lounge bar where you can enjoy our excellent cuisine and fine ales, lagers and wines as well as a public bar where you can watch the latest live sports or play the pub games on offer.

All in all you have the perfect blend that helps you take advantage of the Highlands pace of life. The Highland region is rich in culture and places of interest to visit for all the family. The hotel nestles the Conon River where you can watch local anglers landing their catch ( or take part yourself should you wish to do so) and the local scenery is magnificent.

Close by there idyllic beaches, superb stretches of water and the area has many hills and walks that will keep you exploring for ages. Our roads are quiet and driving is once again enjoyable allowing you to visit

3 star rating

From: £35.00

Room Facilities
Colour television
Tea and coffee making facilities
Non-smoking
Hairdryer

Amenities
Restaurant
Bar

Parking
On-site parking

Business Facilities

Dining Facilities
We offer a full range of catering services at the Hotel
breakfast, lunches, bar meals and a full dinner menu. We also cater for a broad spectrum of functions and events. Our menus utilise a vast range of local produce - beef from locally reared cattle, fish caught off the shores of western Scotland, dairy products direct from local farms - which are all freshly cooked by our highly trained chefs to create succulent dishes of both traditional food and modern cuisine.

Meals
Dinner
Lunch
Breakfast (Full cooked)

Child Facilities

Pet Policy
No pets

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