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This 5-Star Hotel is Your Gateway to the Scottish Highlands

by Aoife O’Riordan

Apr 29, 2024

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As one of the most popular destinations in the world, the Scottish Highlands is unmatched when it comes to green mountains, lush glens and vast lakes. Being able to see it in all its beauty can be a challenge when considering just how large it is, and finding a place to stay that grants easy access to some of the most scenic spots in the Highlands is important.

Enter Ness Walk, a luxury property combining a peaceful stay with immersive experiences. Think foraging in the woods, tasting whisky in the Cairngorm Mountains with an acclaimed food writer, cruising down Loch Ness and canoeing at sunrise on Glen Affric.


© Ness Walk

Located in Inverness, Ness Walk offers luxurious guestrooms and suites with interiors reflecting the seasonal landscape. Many of the rooms and suites offer views of the courtyard and river or verdant gardens. The Cedar rooms features terrace access and private seating on the ground floor, while suites come with private lounge areas. Guestrooms and suites come with complimentary WiFi, environmentally friendly luxury toiletries, Illy coffee machine, flat-screen television, air conditioning, minibar, Bluetooth audio system, daily turndown service and more.

Ness Walk also boasts several dining experiences. The hotel’s main restaurant, Torrish, serves breakfast, afternoon tea and à la carte dinners. Dinner highlights include citrus cured salmon, North Sea halibut, Scottish border corn-fed chicken breast and baked salted caramel cheesecake.


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For whisky fans, take part in a whisky flight experience where in-house whisky connoisseurs create a selection of whisky flights. Or, opt for the Whisky Food Safari Experience, where guests join acclaimed food writer Ghillie Basan on a journey through some of the country’s best food and malt pairings.

Other experiences offered by Ness Walk include a Moray Firth Dolphin Boat Trip, golfing at Royal Dornoch Championship Course, getting kilted in the Highlands, walking Culloden Gorge and more.


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