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My stay at Best Western Inverness Palace was fabulous. I stayed there twice, first time in refurbished room, second time in a room not yet redone. Both times were pleasant, staff were friendly, helpful and patient with me. The cleanliness of hotel impressed me, as well as the pool area. I believe ...
Convenient to the ferry. SUitable for one night. Was disappointed there was not any Scottish entertainment at the hotel or any other place in Ullapool for a Saturday evening. If anything could have improved, it would have to be the restaurant.
Enjoyed our stay.All the staff we met were very friendly and helpful.The food in the conservatory was very good with a good choice but unfortunately the breakfast selection was not so good with no fresh fruit available on the buffet. The room was a bit dated with extremely creaky floorboards! Once ...
The Hotel was central to shopping and dining. No air conditioning. Parking was unavailable on location. 5 pounds per day to park in public parking down two blocks down. The room was clean and quiet. The hotel was located on the Ness river. The front desk staff was nice and helpful.
My husband and I had a fantastic 2 nights with the Pierhouse Hotel. The atmosphere was very relaxing and cosy, the staff were helpful and friendly and the food was absolutely amazing. We obviously took advantage of it being a seafood restaurant and had mainly fish/shellfish for evening meals but ...
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