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Invergarry, Invergarry, PH35 4HJ – Show map
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BBQ facilities, Garden, Terrace
Fishing, Skiing, Canoeing, Hiking, Cycling
Food & Drink
Free! WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free! Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Packed lunches, Airport shuttle, Luggage storage, Fax/photocopying
Non-smoking rooms, Facilities for disabled guests, Family rooms, Heating, Non-smoking throughout
Spanish, English, German
15:00 - 19:30 hours
07:30 - 11:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
Extra beds are not available.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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This traditional highland hotel, close to Loch Ness, is in the Highland village of Invermoriston and is ideally located on the A82 at the junction for Skye, Lochaber and Inverness.
Score from 174 reviews Very good
In a stunning location overlooking Loch Ness, this country house hotel offers free Wi-Fi and charming guest rooms with en suite facilities. Free private parking is also available.
Score from 275 reviews Very good
Located in the small village of Spean Bridge in the Scottish Highlands, the award-winning Smiddy House & Russell's restaurant is just a 5-minute drive from the banks of Loch Lochy.
Score from 121 reviews Superb
Ideally situated, Old Pines Hotel and Restaurant is a 4-star hotel with a relaxed, welcoming atmosphere and stunning views of Ben Nevis. Fort William is a short drive away.
Score from 105 reviews Superb
Room Location Food
- New bathroom fixtures - almost all new - Clean. - Staff doing multiple jobs (serving food, cleaning rooms, checking us in - almost a necessity I guess- it was different and quirky - Food was basic but decent - a little heavy tasting but was fresh
- No Wifi on 2nd floor - Stairs to 2nd floor are steep and tight- hard to navigate with larger luggage - Repairs were required in our room on two items that did get fixed the next day -We arrived after 5:00 pm and there was a sign to go to the bar to check in. That was our first impression and did not strike us a 4 star hotel- having no staff at the front entrance, although we did see the quirkiness in it - We were a little confused by having to turn over our room key, we were not allow to take it (we did the first day, not realizing the policy)- another quirky measure - There was a hole in the floor boards in our room below the carpet. I am certain under the right conditions someone could twist an ankle if you are not steady. - The 2 star hotel we stayed in the night before was similar - perhaps the 2 star should have been a 3 star and the 4 star a 3 star. The Invergarry suffered by comparison. - Lighting was sparse - part of the decor I guess so not a negative as it was in keeping with the age of the facility- but we like things a little brighter
The general atmosphere and location of this hotel gives a feeling of warmth and comfort you feel would typify the highland hospitality of old.Staff and food excellent.
The small room was only suitable for a short stay due to the lack of storage, but we were aware that it was a small room on booking.
Climbing up the stairs to the top of the house.
A pleasant evening spent having a drink outside, a very good meal, a quiet lounge. Very handy place to stop on our travels, central.
Poor wifi reception.
Very comfortable stay. Room was small but nicely furnished and very clean. Food was very good.
Comfort and history too tucked away in the country. The breakfast provided was very good and the restaurant on site was great. Would liked to have stayed longer.
No wi-fi in rooms
Very comfortable rooms with lovely views. Staff friendly and helpful. Breakfasts amazing with a full exquisite choice. Beautiful place all round, ideally situated for routes to everywhere. So good we stayed an extra night.
The welcome The way staff didn't say it's nearly kitchen closing The food The room The decor
Beautiful quaint hotel on the Invergarry river. Nice scenic trails for walking. Good food in the Bar.
To leave the hotel again
To stay in the hotel. It wasn't possible two months before to cancel the booking of this hotel. So we payed five nights and left after two because it was in that way how we feared. There was no accomodate from the staff. They insisted on there bad booking conditions.
We enjoyed a wonderful 5 day holiday in the north with the Invergarry Hotel as our base. The Ben Tee family suite was ideal for us and our two young children. We slept well, ate well and the owner and staff made us feel "right at home" from start to finish...our kids really didn't want to leave. Invergarry is an excellent location for exploring the north country by road but it also offers beautiful walking and trail running just across the road from the Hotel. The owner's local knowledge and advice made our road and trail experiences really memorable.
Good menu and excellent cooking
Nothing comes to mind
The friendly staff The well thought out furniture and bathroom fixtures Good location
If you have a room on the top floor--and if you are relatively tall (5'10 or taller), you may have some trouble. Both the hall and some of the rooms slant downward with the shape of the roof, making one stoop to walk the hall or get into some areas of the room.
Great location Friendly (female) staff
No wifi Rude male receptionist/manager Expensive 1st Floor landing door opens straight onto stairs - very dangerous
The food was exceptional Nice pub with accomodating folks Very nice and comfortable rooms Great location in the middle of lochs and monroes Super friendly people
Nestled amidst stunning surroundings, beautifully presented and clean room and ensuite bathroom, great breakfast, pleasant and helpful staff
A bit expensive
Nice rooms with lovely linen. We had a "small double" which was cute and comfortable. Beautiful riverside walk directly opposite the hotel (recommended). Staff are excellent - always on hand when you need something. Food is good.
Not much really. No extractor fan in the bathroom (becomes quite steamy). Unreliable wireless reception.
The staff and whole hotel layout and facilities for bed and breakfast visitors was superb. The location, in the centre of a beautiful area, was very convenient for seeing other attractions and we were always made to feel very special and welcome on our return. The food was outstanding , beautifully presented and served by efficient, friendly staff.
The head room in the upper floor rooms was a little restricting but a very small price to pay for such a gem in the most convenient of locations. We loved our four day stay
We picked this location as we were en route to the Isle of Skye from Glasgow. I was really pleased the moment I saw the hotel. The hotel is very charming, lots of sitting areas, a bar stocked with Scottish whiskeys, and with all the facilities you'd expect from a 21st century hotel. There are walking trails right across the road. The staff was very helpful and friendly, and the restaurant was quite good. A very substantial breakfast was included.
As previously noted, the wifi was difficult, and it didn't work in our room.
Evening meal Breakfast Accommodation
Spacious rooms and bathroom. Staff were friendly and helpful. Food was very good and menu had a varied selection.
The low attic ceiling over toilet in bathroom of single room was an 'inconvenience!'
Great situation. Quality furnishings and good public seating areas.
It was a very hot day, and the room was sweltering hot, 2 of the 3 small windows were jammed shut by paint. But I guess heat isnt normally a problem. Its pricey for whats on offer, as is the food and drink. Wi-fi was non existent.
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