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Myself my husband and daughter here for a night on our trip of the NC500. The hotel itself is beautiful and the rooms enormous. The staff were friendly but not terribly efficient. We ate dinner in the restaurant and found the service to be slow....More
We have just spent a Saturday evening here as a birthday treat, and what a treat it was, from some of the best customer service I have ever had especially Taylor who was our waiter for the evening, we were made to feel that nothing...More
We stayed for one night at Ackergill Tower.
on arrival we were met by the very friendly staff who drove us in a golf buggy from the car park to the Hotel.
our room was a beautiful, big room with a view over the sea...More
First impressions were amazing; beautiful setting on the very edge of the sea, well laid out grounds with the Tree House in the secluded sheltered walled garden. The Tower with reception, sitting rooms & bedrooms & where we ate breakfast & dinner was tatty. It...More
Bought as a present for hubby's birthday earlier this year and incorporated into a trip around the North Coast 500.
First impressions were a splendid tower in a beautiful location. Check in was easy and efficient with the chap on reception (sorry didn't get his...More
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USD 136 - USD 277 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Sorry I don't know for sure either - but taking into consideration there is no elevator and the upstairs rooms involve a LOT of stair climbing, I would think not in the main building. You'll want to phone them and ask... More
Sorry I don't know for sure either - but taking into consideration there is no elevator and the upstairs rooms involve a LOT of stair climbing, I would think not in the main building. You'll want to phone them and ask, because I emailed a question well in advance of our visit and never got a reply.
You will be by the ocean, enjoying the amazing view and a cool steady breeze so there might not be a close encounter of the infamous Scottish Midge. However, just a few things to know to help you be prepared in case you do... More
You will be by the ocean, enjoying the amazing view and a cool steady breeze so there might not be a close encounter of the infamous Scottish Midge. However, just a few things to know to help you be prepared in case you do encounter them. They bite, not hard, but enough to be irritating. They typically come around early June and stay up to October. They like cool, shady, damp and calm conditions and are most active in early morning and evenings. Midges tend to avoid direct strong sunlight and white or light clothing. Try not to wear dark clothing. And if you are interested in possibly using repellent, try Skin So Soft – dry oil body spray. Avon makes it. Just something I read. Soft skin and midgy free. Enjoy your time there and if you have time take the tour. It is truly an amazing place.