Hotel Accommodation in Tain
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Situated on the southern shore of the Dornoch Firth and facing west, the Village commands spectacular views across the Firth, to the hills of Sutherland. The hotel is under the personal supervision of the owners, Bev and Lynda. Guests are guaranteed a warm and friendlywelcome, comfortable accommodation and excellent cuisine, with every effort being made to ensure their stay is made as enjoyable as
Carnegie Lodge Hotel is owned and managed by Derek and Heather Wynne, a husband and wife team, supported by a genuinely happy and cheery 'family' of hand picked catering and hospitality staff. Throughout, the hotel is beautifully furnished and decorated, with a special emphasis being placed on providing relaxed and friendly surroundings and atmosphere.
Mansfield Castle is an imposing Victorian building set in 3.5 acres of picturesque countryside, with award winning cuisine and magnificent oak panelling throughout. The Castle is located in the Royal Burgh of Tain, just one hour from Inverness airport and in the heart of the Highlands of Scotland.
Now managed by the people who so successfully brought us Crerar Hotels, Swallow has come home to a group with genuine hospitality values at its heart. Located in some of the great cities of Scotland and England and in breathtaking parts of our countryside - and seaside - our hotels all come with their own personality and character. It's the warmth of the welcome that will always be the same whenever
In 1775 when Bonnie Prince Charlie was wandering the countries of Europe in exile, the Inn that was to become The Royal Hotel was built in the Highland Village of Comrie, on the site of an earlier tavern, in the area known as Strathearn. The area was no stranger to the Prince, and Comrie, originally Gaelic speaking, has played host to other larger than life figures including: Robert the Bruce, Rob