Finding an ideal romantic hotel in Inverness does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Kingsmills Hotel, a nice option for travelers like you.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free internet access available.
Guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service while staying at Kingsmills Hotel. In addition, Kingsmills Hotel offers a pool and breakfast, which will help make your Inverness trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Inverness, Kingsmills Hotel is located a short distance from Inverness Castle (0.7 mi) and Inverness Castle Viewpoint (0.7 mi).
While visiting Inverness, you may want to try some tapas at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Number 27, The Waterfront, or Aspendos.
If you’re looking for something to do, North Coast 500 (0.7 mi) is a nice way to spend some time, and it is within walking distance of Kingsmills Hotel.
Kingsmills Hotel puts the best of Inverness at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
We stayed during our Oct. 2019 tour of Scotland. We stayed in the new rooms in the back. Beautiful and clean. We sat on the room’s patio enjoying a bottle of wine during the evening. Grounds are beautiful and manicured. Breakfast in the main building was one of the best of our trip.
Booked into the cocoon suite for a three night stay. It’s in the building across from the main hotel. Check in was fast and friendly and I was asked about booking dinner or time in the swimming pool. Room was clean and it was great having a separate sitting area. Had dinner in the conservatory restaurant on two nights and food was delicious. Breakfast was served downstairs and had a good choice of hot and cold food. I tried the cold meat and cheese platter one morning and it was really good. Due to covid there was no buffet, instead it was table service. Staff were helpful. All staff were friendly and helpful and all covid protocols were being followed. Great location within walking distance to the town centre.
Staff were amazingly attentive and friendly . Everything catered for all night. Food was fantastic. All safety measures were met. Torridon made the night feel much more normal. Best place to be at Christmas we say
Stayed her for 3 nights in Dec and alsp booked a meeting room and as I have come to expect from the team at Kingsmills it was fantastic from start to finish. This was my first visit since COVID so wasn't sure what to expect but I recieved a clear courtesy email with all the details then a lovely call the day of check in. I was in a Luxury King room which was spacious and included a sofa - I really appreciate the sofa when I'm in a place for more than 1 night. Room was beautiful and had a lovely view of the gardens. I ate in the restaurant and had a few drinks- all fantastic! Best dacquiri's I have had in a long time. Breakfast is also really good. I hired the Macleod suite for a couple of work meetings and again set up was very safe - all social distanced, all had own water, glasses etc and had a beautiful Xmas tree. All the amenities were provided on time as requested. Felt really safe throughout as there was no crowds, lots of sanitiser available and clear directions for us which kept us within the rules. What really makes this hotel however are the staff team as they are fantastic. Everyone i met was warm, friendly and welcoming. Its clearly been a tough year for this sector but you wouldn't know it. They had a smile on their face (under the mask) the whole time. I love coming here and will continue to do so. When I am in the Highlands its a warm welcome and feels like coming home.…
Booked a luxury family room for 3 nights. me the wife, 3 month old baby and a 3 year old toddler fitted comfortable. Check in was a breeze and so was check out. Staff were fantastic and so was the food. A bit pricey but it was good. Great selection of drink provided. Breakfast was great but be sure to arrive in plenty time as they run out of some items buy the time we got down even before 10 am. Hats off to Jackie in the bar for keeping our toddler amused during our stay. Pool was good but only 30 mins at a time and you have to book a slot which to be fair was enough. Now for the niggley bits, I know covid has taken over our lives but paper cups in a so called luxury room really. Great having a separate TV for the kids section of the room just a pitty there wasn't anywhere to plug it in as all the sockets were taken up by other things. I did request a multi socket adaptor but still waiting so no kids tv. Some tired bits showing in our luxury room. If you like pannel heaters then your in luck we had 2 which worked well heating the room as it got chilly quite quickly. Air con/heater worked but didn't require it. Biggest concern for us was the vast amount of trailing cables around. A few times I caught my 3 year old unplugging things and getting in a tangle which doest bear thinking about if he were left any longer un supervised. Overall a nice stay with friendly staff and great food and clean.…