We booked to stay here in April of this year and thoroughly enjoyed our stay.
We stayed for two nights whilst visiting relatives. Having stayed in the Premier Inn at Elgin for few visits, we decided to book somewhere different, and boy is it better :-)
Gorgeous old Victorian house with lots of original features including staircase and fires, but having a very modern twist in the decor and soft furnishings. It's light, bright and colourful without being "in your face"
Our bedroom wasn't huge, but big enough to accommodate me and my husband for a couple of nights. Spotlessly clean including the en suit, which was HUGE. Plenty of wardrobe space with ample drawers, full size ironing board and iron, tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryer and a wall mounted, flat screen TV.
Our daughters shared a room. Again spotlessly clean, same facilities as our room, the difference being, they had a double bed each. As it was a twin room we asked for, both girls found this a bonus :-)
Breakfast was amazing. A good choice of cereals, fresh fruit, juices, pastries then a cooked breakfast as well. Toast was served whilst waiting for the cooked breakfast, which was served hot, on a hot plate, another big plus. Waitress was extremely pleasant and helpful. If I was to recommend something to the management, it would be to have granulated sugar on the tables, rather than sugar cubes. We had to ask the waitress, both mornings, for sugar to put on our cereal.
We didn't eat in the hotel, but we did see meals being served and they looked lovely. We did however, partake in the bar, it would have been rude not too ;-). Bar prices were reasonably priced. Cocktails were about £5 a glass.....fully recommend trying one or two whilst you're there. Again, bar staff were friendly as so were the reception.
In all, would stay there again, in fact we plan to in September if there are rooms available. Well worth the run out to Nairn.