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Kincraig Castle Hotel
Invergordon
Highlands

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A relaxing retreat just 20 minutes away from Inverness, this peaceful hotel is surrounded by some of Scotland’s best golf courses, beaches, distilleries, castles and scenery. Kincraig Hotel is set in an elevated position within its own grounds with extensive views towards the Cromarty Firth. Originally built in 1800, the lounge, bar and dining room all retain their original stone-framed windows (as do the front bedrooms), moulded ceilings and fireplaces. The exceptional Adam fireplace in the lounge is of particular interest and is delightful to return to after a day out exploring. To unwind after a long day you can enjoy fine dining in the Kincraig’s Red Rosette accredited restaurant or sip one of the Dalmore malts in the lounge, far away from the hustle and bustle of city life.
Easy day trips can be made to places as diverse as Ullapool, Aviemore, Wick, Inverewe Gardens and Kyle of Lochalsh.

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Ratings/Awards: STB 4 Stars
AA 4 Stars
Number of Rooms: 15
Number Ensuite: 15

Price per Room:

Double: From £89
Single: £65
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Restaurant

Cuisine: Scottish
Chef: Jeff Johnson

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