Tulloch Castle

A Historic Hotel in Dingwall, Highlands and Islands

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Tulloch Castle Drive
Highlands and Islands
IV15 9ND

Tulloch Castle, Dingwall

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In days of old, only the Laird or the Chief of the Clan could enjoy a relaxing stay in a Scottish Highland Castle. Nowadays, times have changed. At Tulloch Castle Hotel, you'll be made as welcome as the Laird himself, to sample the splendid hospitality, comfortable surroundings and superb food.

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 castles fortunes have changed many times. Now, it is once again a magnificent fortress, with a ready welcome for travellers.

In an imposing position, with highland views spread out like an open atlas, the castle is on the edge of the bustling market town of Dingwall, with its characterful shops and museum, just 15 miles north of Inverness. Swift new roads make Tulloch Castle the perfect base to explore the enchanting Black Isle to the east, the stunning contrasts of the West Highlands and the unforgettable deep glens and rugged coastlines of the west highlands - all just a day trip away.Whether you want to enjoy a fine meal in the castle restaurant, rest for a few nights in one of the castle bedchambers, or just taste a fine malt in the Green Lady Lounge, you will find Tulloch Castle an unforgettable place to visit. And these days, you dont have to storm the castle ramparts first.

When you arrive, you will be met with Tullochs countless period features including the 250-year old panelled Great Hall. As you enter the magnificent hallways you will pass by painstakingly restored original fireplaces and ceilings and you will begin to realise that this is only the start of an experience you will never forget. Tulloch Castle holds 20 en-suite well appointed bedrooms all with their own unique character and charm.

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  • Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
  • Car parking available onsite
  • Restaurant
  • TV
  • Satellite TV
  • Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room
  • Hairdryer in each room
  • Iron And Board In Each Room
  • Telephone In Each Room
  • Bar
  • Fishing

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