Ratings based on 89 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
3.9 Room comfort
3.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from London
Outstanding Service from StaffPosted Aug 25, 2014
Pros: staff at the reception, atmosphere, beautiful surrounding.
The reception staff at The Newton Hotel went above and beyond the call of duty in helping me recently, I really appreciate their kindness and accommodating attitude , faith in humanity gratefully restored.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from netherlands
Very nice hotel, vriendley staffPosted Aug 11, 2014
Everything was super. Very good shower. Nice interior with autenthic details
by A verified traveler from Central Scotland
Disapopointed .Posted Aug 4, 2014
Pros: The outside look lovely, the grounds were nice.
Cons: Lots !!! Clean the carpets, update the hotel, even with a coat of paint, this would help emove old smells. Refurb bathrooms.
Location: Location was okay, Inverness close, and Fort George was well worth a visit.
The hotel looks fantstic from the outside, the grounds are lovely with adequate parking facilities. The main entrance looks acceptable but the smell reminded me of an old peoples home. The bedroom had broken tiles in the bathroom floor, the shower cubicle was in desparate need of a refurbushment and the carpet had numerous stains which should have been removed. One of the two tea cups was cracked and could not be used. Overall I would not recommened of go back to this hotel, it was more like a 2 star than 4 star.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Ontario, Canada
An enjoyable experience.Posted Jul 21, 2014
Pros: Excellent location and wonderful ambience. We also appreciated the fact that Wifi was free for the duration of our stay and offered good connectivity
Cons: Air conditioning. While probably not an issue most of the time our stay coincided with warm, sunny weather.
We enjoyed our stay at Newton Hotel and would stay there again if in the area. We particularly appreciated the warm welcome we received from the young gentleman at the front desk who went out of his way to make sure everything was in order including offering assistance with our luggage and with parking, which was at premium due to a wedding.
by A verified traveler
Horrible in need off a upgrade.Posted Jul 20, 2014
First room was the worst ever, complained & given a suite. The suite was old, paint coming off windows, rooms need painted, big holes in curtains, old stained carpets. Terrible old bedding & raw black pudding. Never went for breakfast in 2nd day as 1st was awful. Not a bespoke hotel.
for Everyoneby ANB from Aberdeen
Lovely setting near the beach in NairnPosted Jun 15, 2014
Pros: The style, the location and the helpful staff. Breakfast particularly good - presumably locally sourced produce.
Cons: Our room was pretty shabby and needed a refurb. To be fair we probably got that one because we booked at the last minute.
Location: Nairn is a lovely seaside town on the Moray Firth. Lovely beaches and a feeling of slightly faded grandeur.
We stayed just one night because we fancied a relaxing weekend away from home. We booked last minute and could only get a twin room on the second floor. It was a bit tired in terms of decor and the view was of the service ares of the hotel. Shame because it sits in lovely grounds. It is popular for weddings and has a large function suite. The main areas of the hotel are in very good order and the building is in the style of a lovely traditional Scottish Country House. The breakfast was excellent - really one of the best we've ever had - only slightly spoiled by over keen waiting staff who brought the cooked breakfast before we were ready. We saw the same thing happen to other guests. The staff were very good though - very friendly and keen to help.
by A verified traveler
Poor room, poor standardsPosted Jun 11, 2014
Room had been smoked in despite being non smoking and so stank of stale smoke. Shower was cold although hot water available via taps, so had to endure cold shower. Wifi difficult to connect to and ran out at midnight; I needed it early in the am so very irritating and not ideal. It's sometimes not easy to find a room in the Inverness area but try all other alternatives before this one.
for Couplesby Arron from Uk
Bouncy beds!Posted May 28, 2014 on Hotels.com
Great experience. Professional staff, great food. Hotel has lots of charecter and is set in stunning surroundings. The beds in the twin room we were in were far too soft and bouncy for our liking but a good nights sleep none the less. There was a mix up and we didn't get our breakfast in bed but not the end of the world. Would def reccomend this hotel to a friend and would stay there again.
Recommendedby Sue from Scotland
fantasticPosted May 27, 2014 on Hotels.com
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby Anonymous from London
Adequate but needs modernisationPosted May 27, 2014 on Hotels.com
Staff very friendly and helpful - even staying polite and nice to us when we complained about being in a twin room when it turned out that's actually what we had booked! It is in beautiful grounds but the overall condition of hotel was very dated. It was perfectly clean but small things like very chintzy décor, folk tunes playing through the speakers during breakfast, only 3 TV channels working and the old plumbing meaning the toilet doesn't fully flush add up to us not in a rush to stay again. Having said that it was perfectly adequate for our needs as an inexpensive stopover near to the airport. On our return we stayed in Inverness instead and would go for that option in future.