The safety and wellbeing of our valued guests, our wonderful staff and our community here in Kinloch Rannoch continues to be our first priority. While we’ve always been meticulous when it comes to cleaning and housekeeping, we’ve introduced a number of additional measures, some of which you may notice, though most are very discrete. These have been carefully considered; primarily for your safety but also, importantly, to ensure your enjoyment isn’t in any way compromised.
Subtle changes you may notice:
Hand sanitiser in each of our suites
Faster check-in times reduced from our usual 90 seconds to 60 seconds. An express check out facility; these changes are implemented in order to reduce any unnecessary gatherings
You’ll be asked to reserve a table for breakfast, just as you might do for an evening meal. This is designed to ensure safe distancing
You’ll now be served by our waiting staff at our breakfast buffet stations rather than the self-serving facility we previously offered
Our restaurant Monadh is now open until 10 pm in line with the latest Covid-19 measures announced by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
The small historic town of Dornoch lies on the edge of Dornoch Firth. It’s a tranquil setting surrounded by stunning scenery and warm environment.
All in all the Scottish Highlands is renowned for its natural beauty, rich cultural heritage and splendour. And Dornoch is a wonderful example. Why not take your time, relax and enjoy all that’s on offer in this splendid Scottish region?
Wester Ross Coastal Trail Scotland is a beautiful region. The landscapes and vistas are simply breath-taking. There are lochs, mountains, wildlife and stunning, intense colours that render the region so spectacular.
Visiting northern Scotland means taking the time to explore Wester Ross Coastal Trail. We’ve put together a list of our favourite sections of the trail. And we’ve included some tips and a map to help you plan your trip.
Tay Country is arguably one of Scotland’s best-kept secrets, with its rugged coastal paths, the tumbling waters of the river Tay and plenty of forests and glens to explore the opportunities are endless.
Located on the east coast and bounded by Aberdeen in the north and Edinburgh in the south, Tay country encompasses the regions of Perth shire, Fife, Angus and Dundee.
When is the best time to visit the Scottish Highlands? It’s a question we are frequently asked at our luxury hotel in Perthshire. It’s a difficult question to answer because each of the Scottish seasons brings its own beauty.
Winter may bring colder temperatures, but the festive cheer of Christmas and Hogmanay will soon warm you up.
The warmth of summer in Scotland makes everyone feel more relaxed, while longer days can be enjoyed to the full.
As the cool of autumn descends, flora and fauna prepare for the winter with a show of fantastic colours.
Scottish food often offers better variety and creativity compared to other countries. When it comes to the quality of Scottish ingredients, like meat and fish, they are always regarded as world-class.
As part of a foodie lovers’ weekend, Scotland has plenty to offer, from dishes that have been handed down through centuries to more modern takes on Scottish staples, such as Neeps and Tatties, to the moreish dessert Cranachan.