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Royal Highland Hotel
Station Square
Academy Street

Inverness
Highlands

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The Royal Highland has a central location next to Inverness Train Station. It is a friendly, welcoming hotel with 2 restaurants, free Wi-Fi and free parking.
The Royal Highland has an excellent location for enjoying the activities and attractions in Inverness and the Highlands beyond. The airport is just 15 minutes away.

The city-centre hotel combines traditional charm with a modern style, and has served guests for over 150 years. The Gallery Café and Ash Restaurant serve good value, tasty food served by a professional team. Bedrooms are comfortable, quiet and thoughtfully equipped.

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Ratings/Awards: STB 3 Star
RAC 3 Star 75%
Number of Rooms: 70
Number Ensuite: 70
Nearest Airport: Inverness
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Highland Summer Getaway
Valid from : 1 May - 15 Sept 2015
2 Night stay for 2 People
Includes Welcome Cocktails on arrival, luxurious 2 Course Meal with a bottle of House Wine on your first night in the acclaimed Ash Restaurant, Highland Tea for 2 at your leisure, and Full Scottish Breakfast on both mornings, plus 45mins Free Wi-fi /day.
Only £222 Sunday-Thursday
Supplement of £25 per night for Friday and Saturday

Offers posted Fri 24th Apr 2015

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