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Glen Mhor Hotel
9-13 Ness Bank
Inverness
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In a beautiful, quiet and central location on the River Ness, just a few minutes walk from the town centre, railway station, Eden Court theatre and other attractions.

Apread over 4 adjacent (but not internally connected) riverside town houses, the hotel has 42 bedrooms, all en-suite. Standard rooms have shower room; executive rooms, which include the Prince of Wales and Four Poster Honeymoon, have superb river views and full bathroom. All bedrooms have individual heating, direct dial telephone, colour TV, trouser press, hairdryer and tea/coffee making. Private car parking for 30 cars, plus on-street parking free from 4pm-10am.

Long renowned for the excellence of its "Modern Taste of Scotland" cuisine and friendly, attentive service. Specialities include local seafood, salmon, lamb and beef plus game in season. Extensive Wine List and an excellent range of Malt Whiskies and Cask Ales.

Off season special rates on request.

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Nearest Train Station: Inverness
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Ratings/Awards: STB 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 42
Number Ensuite: 39
Nearest Airport: Inverness
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Restaurant

Name: Nico's Bistro and Wine Bar (also Nico's by the River)
Cuisine: Traditional Scottish/International
Chef: Steven Hulme

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