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Glendruidh House Hotel
By Castle Heather
Inverness
Highlands

IV2 6AR | View map

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This small, friendly country hotel is ideally situated for exploring either the Highlands of Scotland, or shopping and theatre-going in Inverness. Free Wi-Fi for all guests. Although only 3.2 km (2 miles) from the centre of Inverness, Glen Druidh House enjoys a quiet country location.

Breakfast is anything from croissants, fresh coffee and organic orange juice; to a full Scottish breakfast, with black pudding. It's all freshly cooked and ordered from the menu: select as much as you like. Dinner is available by reservation. Snacks are available in the bar.
All rooms and suites have en suite bathrooms. The suites have a bedroom and sitting room. All are furnished in the style of the building with views of the gardens and woods. Watch the badgers in the hotel grounds all year - bring your camera.
Glen Druidh is totally non-smoking throughout the house and gardens.
This small, comfortable and friendly hotel is ideally situated for exploring the spectacular Highlands of Scotland. Enjoy comfortable rooms and suites, excellent Scottish breakfasts, and a cosy bar well stocked with malt whiskies.

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