Featuring an interesting history, the imposing castle was renovated in 2002, an arduous process that has enabled the construction to retain its original character, thus creating a unique atmosphere. The hotel comprises 16 individually styled rooms and 3 suites spread over 2 floors. A cosy lobby area featuring a reception and room with a fireplace greets guests. An air-conditioned à la carte restaurant serving up specialties from the Scottish Highlands (with a non-smoking area and highchairs for infants), a public Internet terminal and modern conference rooms are on offer. Room service is available and those arriving by car may take advantage of the car park.
Dating back to the 12th century, historic Tulloch Castle lies on the outskirts of Dingwall with its many shops full of character and its museum in the introspective town centre (roughly 2 km away). The castle's elevated location affords it breathtaking views of the surrounding Highlands. The fast and newly built roads ensure that the castle hotel is a good point of departure for excursions into the remarkable Western Highlands (for example, the bewitching Black Isle), Inverness or Loch Ness (each about 15 km away).
The unique rooms come with an en suite bathroom, a hairdryer, a direct dial telephone, carpeting, tea and coffee making facilities and central heating.
Keen golfers may enjoy a round of golf on the course just 6 km away. Guests may also enjoy the beautiful nature nearby by taking walks or going fishing.
Breakfast is on offer each morning. Lunch and dinner may be chosen from the menu; the evening meal may alternatively be taken à la carte. Special dietary requirements as well as individual-specific dishes may be prepared.
Diners Club, MasterCard and VISA are accepted as methods of payment.
Check in: 14h. Check out: 11h.
Direct dial telephone