Kinkell House Hotel


Easter Kinkell, Conon Bridge,, Dingwall, IV7 8HY

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About the hotel

Kinkell House Hotel is a small Country House peacefully situated in its own grounds surrounded by trees and pasture land. The charming 150 year old converted farm house is located on the Black Isle in Ross-shire sitting above the Cromarty Firth, with spectacular views across the firth to Ben Wyvis and the mountains to the west Coast of Scotland. Kinkell House Hotel is ideally situated two and a half hours from John O'Groats, one hour from Ullapool and the Western Isles, two and a half hours from Portree on the Isle of Skye and half an hour from the infamous Loch Ness.

The general area is steeped in history, including, Culloden Moor in Inverness, the Standing Stones on Lewis and the magnificent Dunrobin Castle near Golspie, to name but a few.

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Showing Thursday 26 November 2015 to Friday 27 November 2015

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Car parking available onsite
Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas

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From 15:00 hours
Until 11:00 hours
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Pets are not allowed

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  • Ian Young

  • February 2015

kinkell in february

The service was friendly and attentive without being in your face.

We had to leave a day early and the staff were very accommodating of the change of plan at short notice. The grounds could do with a bit of attention; hedges, trees and shrubs need to be managed. The highlight was the food. The public spaces could do with a makeover as there is an odd mix of modern refurbishment and some lovely older furniture. We would stay there again; the criticisms are points of detail.

  • C Mackay

  • December 2014

I was most dissappointed to have no breakfast provided as when I last stayed we had breakfast included at same price of £50.

We were delighted with the only member of staff we met as she seemed to run the place by herself and who was able to provide us with a nice meal. A very capable and friendly young lass.

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