The place was beyond any expectations. Located remotely outside Tain, in between farms and the North Sea shore, we felt welcome from the minute we got out of the car. David was out there to greet us and show us to our tasteful spacious rooms. Unlike many British country resorts, the shower in this one had a single tap, so you can adjust the water temperature (not trivial in the UK..)
Instead of good night chocolates there was a little carafe of Glenmorangie Scotch in the room - lovely touch..
Dinners were excellent (again, not trivial in this part of the world..)
Every need or desire of us was cheerfully taken care of.
I can't wait to come back!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Overlooking the unspoilt shores of the Dornoch Firth and nestled amongst the ruins of an old castle this 17th century house is both luxurious and intimate. With everything you would expect from a 5 star hotel, but with the warmth and personality of a country house party, this really is a special place to come and experience the rugged beauty of the highlands.Take a walk along the beach, play a round of golf, visit our distillery and then head back to the house to enjoy award winning food sourced from our own kitchen garden, a surrounding farm or the sea; a quick 200 yard dash down a tree lined path.Glenmorangie House holds the prestigious Michelin Hotel Guide single ‘Red House’ symbol – one of only nine in Scotland. It has also been awarded two Red Rosettes for its food from the AA hotel inspection service and three Red Stars and a red rocking chair for its exceptional accommodation and service. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Glenmorangie House Hotel Tain
- The Glenmorangie House Tain, Scotland