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Escape to the stunning Scottish Highlands and enjoy a 2 night stay at the 3 star Ben Wyvis Hotel including dinner bed & breakfast from just £88 per room / per night (2 night minimum stay)
- 2 Nights Accommodation In Standard Double or Twin Room
- 3 Course Dinner Each Evening
- Full breakfast Each Morning
Terms and Conditions – Valid until 30 Sep 18. Valid 7 days a week. £88 based on arrivals from 30 Mar – 28 Jun. Supplements - £10 per room per night supplement Friday & Saturday plus £10 per room per night on all stays 29 Jun – 30 Sep. Based on 2 adults sharing. Subject to availability. Not in conjunction with any other offer. Normal Terms and conditions apply
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The Ben Wyvis Hotel is located in the picturesque woodland surroundings of Strathpeffer, close to Ben Wyvis and many of the Highlands’ most dramatic landscapes. Set in a grand Scottish mansion house, the hotel prides itself of traditional Scottish hospitality and authentic, locally inspired service. Ideally placed for those looking to explore the Highlands, this is the perfect place to enjoy a remote country getaway or a romantic weekend away.
The hotel has approximatley 15 free on-site spaces, with addiditonal street parking available.
Dogs may only go into guest bedrooms and the small lounge by reception with the exception of guide dogs.
Dogs are charged at £12 per dog per evening.
Hotel Important Information
Information - Dinner is a 3 Course Meal .
The Ben Wyvis Hotel has an impressive selection of 92 classic, cosy rooms, all of which feature grand, comfortable beds and breathtaking highland views. Each room comes complete with a wide screen television, luxury en suite bathroom and refreshments, as well as authentic Scottish tartan blankets and cosy duvets.
Those looking to upgrade to a particularly extravagant room will be impressed with the king rooms, all of which have views of Ben Wyvis, as well as additional space and comfy sofas for lounging. Families and larger groups may also wish to book one of the hotel’s triple rooms, which sleep three guests in one double and one single bed.
Specially designed accesible rooms are also available for those with mobility needs, including guests who require ground floor wheelchair access.
Bar & Restaurant
The Ben Wyvis Hotel is home to the popular Jacobite Restaurant which boasts an impressive menu packed full of traditional Scottish dishes. With ingredients sourced from the local area, this is the perfect place to sample some real Scottish home cooking in a warm, welcoming atmosphere. The dinner menu changes seasonally to ensure that the food is always of the highest quality.
Lunch is served a la carte, with an impressive range of local delicacies that will impress evening the most discerning diner. The three course dinner menu is specially prepared each day, changing throughout the year to match the local availability. Guests can enjoy the traditional dishes in the glow of the open Victorian fireplace, among the grand décor and antique chandeliers, which provide a truly enchanting dining experience.
No Leisure Facilities at this hotel.
The Ben Wyvis Hotel is located in Strathpeffer, in the Highlands’ area of Ross-shire. It is located only 18 miles from Inverness Airport and just seven miles from Dingwall train station, which makes it ideal for those travelling internationally. The hotel can be accessed from the A9, following the signs to Dingwall and then Strathpeffer.
The Ben Wyvis Hotel is located in the charming Victorian spa village of Strathpeffer, situated in Ross-shire in the Scottish Highlands. A traditional area with a great deal of local heritage, it is the perfect place to spend a tranquil country break, exploring the local villages and taking a stroll in the beautiful countryside.
Those wishing to explore the great outdoors will be impressed by the dramatic landscape of Ben Wyvis, which poses an exciting challenge to hikers and climbers. There are thrilling bike trails to enjoy in the surrounding area, as well as a great deal of rare wildlife and natural waterfalls to explore in the warmer months. As many visitors flock to the Highlands to sample the local whisky, there are whisky tours to try in Strathpeffer and Dingwall.