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Kingsmills Hotel

Culcabock Road Inverness IV2 3LP

Kingsmills Hotel is a 4 star resort hotel set in incredible natural scenic beauty, within a city full of character and history.

"Located at the Gateway to the Scottish Highlands, this is an ideal base for exploration."

We love this hotel because...

  • Stunning, luxury fabrics
  • Wonderful gardens
  • Dog friendly
Check In: 3pm
Check Out: 11am

Plan Your Trip

Kingsmills Hotel is a luxury 4 star hotel and resort, with superb facilities and an excellent location near Inverness city centre. While the hotel’s main building offers a traditional setting with original features and elegant furnishings, it also comprises a more modern wing, which houses spa facilities and a selection of luxury rooms.

The hotel is conveniently located, both for transport links and for exploring the best of the city. Inverness is compact enough to be easily explored on foot, whether you’re hitting the shops, seeing the sights or taking in some local culture. The battlefield at Culloden is well worth a visit if you’re looking for history, as well as Urqhart Castle or Craig Phadrig, the woodland site of an ancient hilltop stronghold.

Within the hotel, for those that like to stay active, there’s a cutting-edge gym and swimming pool, plus the adjacent Kingsclub spa provides plush surroundings for a wide range of treatments.

The Kingsmills Hotel features two different restaurants, The Conservatory Restaurant and Inglis Restaurant. As the name suggests, The Conservatory Restaurant is light and airy, and offers an elegant but informal environment for fine dining. The menu draws both its influence and its ingredients from the local region, with Scottish cuisine that presents a true taste of the Highlands.

Inglis offers a more relaxed option, with a simpler fixed price menu that provides a professional take on classic, comforting dishes, served in a stylish dining area. In the lounge and bar, you can sink into the large armchairs and sofas with a warming dram from the fantastic selection of whiskies on offer – making an ideal setting at the end of a busy day.

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