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Went with shearings tour very good as usual its long haul getting there can be 7 30 when you arrive but meal always ready good entertainment at night this is a real proper old fashioned hotel we've been a few times with friends over last...More
We have stayed at this hotel several times now with Shearings Holidays. It is a lovely hotel that is well maintained. The rooms are clean and spacious. If you book an upgraded room you get the more modern features. The price for the upgrade is...More
Arrived after a long journey straight in for ecening meal. The room had an excellent view and was kept clean by our housemaid Kate.
You are allocated a table which you keep for the diration of your stay. Saves queing for a table.our waitress bettina...More
We stayed at this hotel for 3 nights in May as part of a Caledonian tour and were really impressed with the hotel and the tour - it was the first ever tour we had been on. We found the food very good and the...More
Arrived here yesterday after a long journey got to reception quick and friendly check in, caters for coach party’s but copes very well, we were on top floor at back of hotel with fantastic views, the room was a twin very clean, and cosy, had...More
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Response from Alastair-Grantham, General Manager at Bay Highland HotelResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for a lovely review.
I'll pass on your kind comments to George and the rest of the staff.
I'm glad you had a lovely stay and hope you'll be back to join us soon.
I think there is a bust no 61 you can catch in Strathpeffer Square which passes through the scenic route to the pretty west coast fishing village of Ullapool. From there you can catch the ferry to the island of Lewis but if... More
I think there is a bust no 61 you can catch in Strathpeffer Square which passes through the scenic route to the pretty west coast fishing village of Ullapool. From there you can catch the ferry to the island of Lewis but if you can also take a return bus in the afternoon which would get you back in good time for your evening meal at the hotel. The bus is quite early but the square is just in front of the hotel. The bus does stop in Contin which I think is near Rogie falls but you may need to arrange a taxi from there. It also stops in Garve, Altguish and Braemore. If you phone D&E Coaches on 01463222444 or find their website, they may help further. There may also be special tours to Rogie falls which you could join. The hotel will also be very helpful. I hope this helps and you have a great trip.