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Inns in Muir of Ord

Ord Arms
Great North Road
Muir of Ord
Highlands

IV6 7XR | View map
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The Ord Arms is a self classified 8 bedroomed, 2* family run hotel offering a friendly, relaxed atmosphere to all our guests including facilities such as a wifi, flat screen televisions showing Sky channels. All rooms are non smoking. The restaurant opens from 5.00 - 8.30pm and 12.00 - 2.00pm for light lunches although seasonal variations may apply. A very reasonably priced restaurant menu is available and high teas also served daily from 5.00-6.30pm. Please note that the hotel has a strict policy whereby food is not allowed to be taken up to rooms and any food purchased outwith the hotel should be consumed off the premises. Very generous car parking available and coach parties are welcome for meal stop offs by prior arrangement.

Situated in the centre of the village there are many 'door step' attractions including Glen Ord Distillery and Muir of Ord Golf Club which are approximately a 5 minute car drive or 10 minute walk from the hotel. The city of Inverness is 15 minutes by car and trains and buses also run regularly from the village with the station and bus stop situated within walking distance from the hotel.

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