The Royal Highland Hotel opened in Inverness in 1854, just one year before the steam train network reached the town.
The age of steam has passed but the age of elegant hotels lives on at The Royal Highland Hotel on Station Square, right next to the railway station.
If you are looking for modern comforts in an historic setting then you should make tracks for today’s Big Deal on a two night mini-break at The Royal Highland Hotel.
This grand hotel – the sweeping staircase is modelled on The Titanic’s – is right in the centre Inverness.
The leisure and business capital of the Highlands, this vibrant city is an outstanding base from which to explore Loch Ness, Urquhart Castle and the outdoor wonder world which is Cairngorms National Park.
Two night break
The offer is available seven days a week and comes as two options.
Option one is for two people to stay two consecutive nights in a Classic double or twin room. As well as a cocktail on arrival for each guest, the offer includes a full, cooked Scottish breakfast each morning.
Option two is for two people to stay two consecutive nights in a Classic double or twin room. As well as a full cooked Scottish breakfast each morning, this option includes a two course dinner from the evening menu in the hotel’s Ash restaurant on the first night of your stay.
The ensuite rooms have an unmistakeable traditional feel while being unobtrusively modern. Guests can expect satellite television; a choice of pillows; 45 minutes free WiFi a day; selected toiletries and hot drinks facilities.
There is a £25 supplement per night for Friday and Saturday night stays.
Ash cafe bar and restaurant
Ash is an exciting, cool and contemporary cafe/bar and restaurant. Done out in rich cherry wood and taupe colours, it offers diners a choice of dishes which range from traditional Scottish cuisine to modern, creative choices influenced by world cuisines.
Some of the world’s finest beef, lamb and game are naturally-reared and matured on the hills and pastures around the hotel. Shellfish and fish come from the clear waters around the Moray Firth and Hebridean ports, salmon and sea trout from Highland lochs and rivers. All are cooked with flair and imagination at Ash.
There is a supplement of £7.50 for dishes from the Steak and Ash Specialities sections of the menu.
Many guests have left reviews such as this on the hotel’s TripAdvisor page:
‘Great hotel location for touring Inverness. The hotel is easily accessed by car and by train in central Inverness. The rooms were tidy and relatively quiet with good blackout curtains for the long days in summer. The hotel has a good restaurant and bar area with quality food at reasonable prices. It is located near the shops and many bars and restaurants.’
With vouchers valid until the 23rd of December, this Big Deal with The Royal Highland Hotel in Inverness is perfect for exploring the Highlands this autumn.
Click the buy button and treat yourself and a loved one to a two night mini-break in one of the most distinctive hotels in the Highlands.