Culloden House Hotel is a 4 star luxurious accomodation located in the southeast neighborhoods of Inverness, capital of the Highlands. With hundreds of years of history, culture and luxury are combined with a relaxed atmosphere, personalised service and superb cuisine at Culloden House. The interior features a wonderfully comfortable drawing-room with magnificent Adam plasterwork, many fine antiques and a large open fire. Guests will enjoy the beautiful house and the majesty of the grounds. They will sleep in rooms with wonderfully comfortable beds and all the niceties expected in a fine hotel. Croquet is set up on the lawn and there's a new tennis court for your pleasure. Keep fit by walking or jogging through the grounds and onto Culloden Forest’s trails. Guests can Indulge themselves with fine dining and wines, with their superb collection of rare whiskys, and afternoon tea by the fire. To relax, guests can detox in a sauna located deep in the dungeon, and be pampered with in-room massage and beauty treatments.
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Twenty-eight charming bedrooms each uniquely decorated in understated comfort - your private domain with room service just a call away. Some of the spacious rooms have delightful features such as crystal chandeliers and marble fireplaces. Combine the luxury of a romantically furnished room with all the modern comforts you need and you won't want to leave. Classic Rooms are restricted in view and overlook other parts of the building or side carparks. All rooms have private bath, shower, digital television, trouser press, hairdryer, telephone and complimentary internet access.
Superior Rooms are larger rooms, with integrated seating area and overlook the front or back gardens. Some of the spacious rooms have delightful features such as crystal chandeliers and marble fireplaces. All rooms have private bath, shower, digital television, trouser press, hairdryer, telephone and complimentary internet access.
Suites are the largest rooms, many with features such as fire places, separate living rooms and commanding views over the front or back lawns. All Suites have Bose music systems and laptop computers for complimentary use. All rooms have private bath, shower, digital television, trouser press, hairdryer, telephone and complimentary internet access.
This grand Scottish country house takes its food seriously. Chef Michael Simpson draws on superb local and near-local produce. Guests will enjoy that this stunning country house is not pretentious, and accomodating of children and vegetarians.
The 40-acre estate includes for your pleasure seasonal bluebell and rhododendron walks, open parkland, bicycle paths into Culloden forest, a croquet lawn, tennis court, duck pond, and a small photogenic herd of shaggy-haired Highland cattle. The four-acre 18th century walled garden is designed for your enjoyment from early spring flowering bulbs through autumn orchard fruits. Six years ago it received a stylish new design by Michael Innes, the former Gardens Advisor for the National Trust of Scotland.
Enjoy walking or jogging paths into Culloden Forest, an all-weather tennis court, a sauna located deep in the dungeon and beauty & massage treatments.