Bunchrew House Hotel

The 4 star Bunchrew House Hotel is a 17th century Scottish mansion situated 3 miles from the city and lies in 20 acres of beautiful gardens and woodland sitting right on the edge of the waters of the Beauly Firth.

The Drawing Room is the heart of the House, exudes an air of easy comfort and relaxation, with dark wood-panelling and log fire-places at both ends of the room. (with central heating!) mean that when the wind is whistling outside and snow is on the ground, you can sink back in your chair and feel warm and secure.

The Drawing Room room is the oldest part of the house, with an original wall from 1505 hidden behind the panelling. Simon the eighth Lord Lovat and Lady Jane, a cousin of the Earl of Moray were married here and a stone plaque, dated 1621, over a fire-place records their marriage.

The Cocktail Bar is cosy and welcoming - just the place to relax and unwind in front of the log fire with one of our fine malt whiskies. The windows look out onto the gardens and in particular The Loving Tree.

The Mackenzie Room is used as a small dining room for up to 14 guests or as a meeting room. It has a log fire and fine views over the Beauly Firth.

The luxury rooms are decorated individually and are named after local places and Scottish clans associated with the house. Each room is steeped in history and oppulence but with all modern ameineties of a luxury country house hotel.

Dining at the Bunchrew in the wood-panelled restaurant has fabulous views over the water to the Kessock Bridge and the mountains beyond.

The Chef holds a 2AA Rosettes and cooks modern Scottish with an exciting fusion of locally sourced ingredience grown in the Bunchrew garden.

Bunchrew House is a perfect base to sample what the area has to offer, from sight-seeing to dolphin cruises, there is a wealth of things to do