Hotels in Strathpeffer
The Ben Wyvis Hotel, located in the beautiful and tranquil Ross-shire Highlands enjoys a commanding position looking over Strathpeffer, much like the nearby mountain from which it takes its name.
The architecture of the hotel blends in perfectly with the village whilst the relaxed air of the hotel gardens reflects the serenity of the location.
We like to give you a true taste of Scotland during your stay. our chefs source the best Scottish produce for some real local flavour.
From porridge and kippers for breakfast to afternoon tea with scones, the best of Scotland is here to enjoy. Enjoy the best Scotch beef, fish or game in our Jacobite Restaurant. Develop a taste for nearby Speyside and Highland malt whiskies in our bar.
There's lots to do both at the hotel and in the area. We have our own 32-seat in-house cinema for guests, showing all the latest DVD releases, and a putting green within our gardens. There are hills aplenty to climb like Ben Wyvis and trails to follow through the Cairngorm National Park. Some other local favourites include:
a round of golf at Strathpeffer or Muir of Ord Golf Clubs at preferential hotel guest rates
a rare view of some of Scotland's native species at the Black Isle Wildlife Park
salmon leaping in season at the Falls of Shin waterfalls
the myths and mysteries of Loch Ness are explored at the Loch Ness Visitor Centre
Nearest Train Station: Inverness
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Group Affiliations: Crerar Hotels
Number of Rooms: 92
Price per Room:
Double: From £110
Single: From £75
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