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My wife, our wee dog and I stayed for a night on our nc500 tour booked as part of a wedding gift. Stunning location, friendly and professional staff, great atmosphere, good scottish food and drinks! The hotel management went out theyre way to greet us...More
Booked a table for 3, but did not stay at the hotel. Got there at 7pm and the place was very busy with 12 motorbikes in car park. Walked through a very busy pub to get to the restaurant. Most fish and seafood was off...More
Stayed two nights whilst touring whole coast of Britain. Staff lovely and a proper restaurant serving great food was a real treat. Tables nearest windows get fantastic views. Room very modern and clean. Some are on a shared shower/loo basis (handbasin in my single) but...More
What more is there. We had room 1 which has a stunning sea view and is ensuite. We ate in the bar and had a great meal of fresh local fish. The wine was good according to Mrs B and the Orkney Ale I had...More
We stayed in room 11 which is not on suite but the toilet and bathroom are opposite. We were late booking(note most hotels on the NC500 are now nearly all fully booked). The room was a twin and quite small, but had a basin in...More
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$76 - $143 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Personally I'd give the bus a miss and rent a car. You should check out the bus timetables before making a decision. The previous answer was not very specific on times or frequency. As a native of Scotland, I'd be happy to... More
Personally I'd give the bus a miss and rent a car. You should check out the bus timetables before making a decision. The previous answer was not very specific on times or frequency. As a native of Scotland, I'd be happy to restate my love of this wonderful place but I'd never consider public transport as a viable option for enjoying the best of a pretty remote area.
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i would like to ask how much it would cost me to stay for 2 days , as we are 8 adults and 1 child , my second question is if the hotel faces the sea and if i can swim in it .... so please can you replay with the details of the accommodation
thanks in advance
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There is a beautiful beach visible from the hotel but I believe access is a little difficult. There is another beach a short distance along the road though. The water is crystal clear but don't expect it to be warm. It is... More
There is a beautiful beach visible from the hotel but I believe access is a little difficult. There is another beach a short distance along the road though. The water is crystal clear but don't expect it to be warm. It is the north of Scotland!
You'll need to speak to Carl about the price. If you like an early night ask for a room away from the bar.
Enjoy your stay, it's a great place and a great part of the country. LG.