Ratings based on 63 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.8 Room cleanliness
4.0 Service & staff
3.6 Room comfort
3.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Canada
Good location for exploring the Loch Ness areaPosted Sep 8, 2014
Pros: The location, the comfortable bed
Cons: The television set (something bigger than a 14") and a few more station options The shower water pressure
Location: Hiking and bike trails, the Urquhart castle remnants, Loch Ness, a potter with a shop( a very scenic drive or walk to get there)
My wife and I were there at the tail end of the tourist season so were quite happy to get a room in the area. It turned out to be a pleasant surprise. The room is done up in Larch panelling (a little rustic) but clean and spacious. We had been staying in B&Bs, so by comparison this room was large. For whatever reason the pictures/paintings had all been removed which made the room a little bleak. (The outlines were still there)
by A verified traveler from UK
One night stay while in town during a road tripPosted Sep 1, 2014
Pros: Was not impressed at all
Cons: Get more staff to look after the people paying to stay there
Location: Location was terrific, lots of things in the area to do......the reason that I choose it in the first place.
On arrival the receptionist was not very cheerful or helpful. When I went to the Bistro for dinner they only had one person on duty, every now and then I saw someone else. On getting back to my room and wanting to shower, I had no hot water, only person to assist me was the same person busy in the Bistro. Was found to be a tripped switched and would take about 2 hours to get hot water, was already going onto 9pm at this point. In the morning I went down to breakfast and was not told how it works......had to watch someone else to see what they did.
by A verified traveler
Never againPosted Aug 28, 2014
I expected a fantastic room as the price should have been according to the offer £470 offer price £40 I was expecting a very large room with an panaramic view. What I got was a very small room with a view of a wooden fence concrete floor and a wheelbarrow ,it didn't even have a toilet roll holder.I went to reception and explained that I wasn't happy and wanted another room.they only had one other room at the back of the hotel this was even more depressing than the one I was in. When I told the gentleman on reception that the room that I had booked through yourself said it would normally be £470 he just laughed .I feel as if there has been some false information given to me and I am very disappointed and annoyed with Expedia and will have to think again before I book with you again
for Couplesby A verified traveler from India
Preferable to stay for short stayPosted Aug 21, 2014
Pros: Location, rooms, very nice sitout infront of rooms,
Cons: Restaurant menu is to be improved, since nearby not many are available,
Location: Drumnodorchit village is very scenic, lot of distilierys nearby to visit, Inverness town is not so near , it is around 13 miles,
Myself with my wife and two more cuples stayed two nights in june 2014, Excellent rooms , with wooden flooring, bathroom is good, Location is good for those who wants to stay away from city , Limited menu in restaurant, Staff is very cooperative,
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Milton Keynes
Nessie & the lakePosted Aug 17, 2014
Pros: Surrounding, museum,
Cons: need new carpets and some decorations...
Location: boat trips, walking
Nice Hotel, need to change carpets and some decoration, beautiful location.
by A verified traveler
Posted Jul 23, 2014
For the price the room was tiny. No soap for hands or the shower. Thin walls. Overpriced. Underwhelmed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Aberdeenshire
What a gem.Posted Jul 6, 2014
Pros: The value for money, and the friendliness of the staff.
Cons: Not that I can think of.
After booking a single room, for one night, I arrived late in the evening and honestly expected to be put into a tiny room, but I was delighted to have been allocated a large room with a huge double bed! Admittedly, the hotel wasn't full that evening, but even so - the staff didn't have to give me this large room. Also, the hotel is dog friendly, so I brought my springer spaniel with me too. The staff were so helpful and accommodating - even going so far as to arrange an evening meal for me, even after the kitchen had started to shut. Breakfast was tasty and plentiful, and my waiter couldn't do enough for me.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Lismore OZ
Nice spot to stop atPosted Jul 4, 2014
Very nice spot, very friendly staff close to good restaurants
by Susann from Berlin
NOPosted Jun 22, 2014
Its in a village on Loch Ness. Very quiet, nothing there also Nessy. Its very old and uncomfortable.
Recommendedby Jamie from Dundee
Overall good, no significant problemsPosted Jun 12, 2014 on Hotels.com
Although the building is looking a bit dated, the rooms were very nice. Breakfast was buffet style, reasonable selection although I would have preferred the option of starting before 8am. Evening meal was nice and good value.