Glen Druidh House Hotel Inverness Scotland United Kingdom
Glen Druidh House Hotel, By Castle Heather Old Edinburgh Road South Glen Druidh, Inverness, Scotland, United Kingdom
Glen Druidh House Hotel Inverness Scotland United Kingdom Location:
Glendruidh House is situated on the southern edge of Inverness, the capital of the Highlands of Scotland, adjacent to Loch Ness Golf Course.
The accommodation is accessed by Old Edinburgh Road South - a no through road, which ensures a quiet location [aided by the mature trees that surround the house].
This road was the main Edinburgh road up until 80 years ago. Before that it was a General Wade road and before that a drover's road.
Inverness has its own airport [Dalcross Airport] and has daily flights from London, Glasgow and Edinburgh, as well as many flights to the Western Isles, Orkney Islands and Shetland Islands.
Glendruidh House offers comfortable accommodation near Raigmore Hospital, Beechwood Retail and Business Park, and the headquarters of Life Scan Scotland.
Raigmore Hospital, Beechwood Park and Life Scan Scotland are each approximately one mile from this accommodation. More importantly, you can travel to all three locations by road without having to go through Inverness city centre traffic.
Stay and Park at Glendruidh House
If you are flying from Inverness Airport the day after your stay at the hotel, you can leave your car safely at Glendruidh House whilst you are away.
Glen Druidh House Hotel Inverness Scotland United Kingdom Rates
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Glen Druidh House Hotel Inverness Scotland United Kingdom Accommodation
Glen Druidh House Hotel Inverness Scotland United Kingdom Rooms Information:
Glendruidh House offers is located in the Highlands of Scotland, two miles south of Inverness.
Unusual wildlife such as badgers and roe deer often visit the garden, and rarely seen birds such as long tailed tits and tawny owls.
There is a choice of accommodation - double rooms, suites and a single bedroom.
All bedrooms and suites are individually decorated and furnished. Accommodation is very well equipped, each room featuring:
Private en-suite facilities
Mobile phone available if required
Colour television and radio
Tea and coffee making facilities
The king-size double suites offer particularly luxurious accommodation - each suite has a bedroom, a separate sitting room and a bathroom.
Superior Single Bedroom
The single bedroom is on the first floor and looks out onto the rear gardens and woods. The bathroom contains a shower, toilet, and wash basin. A good room for spotting badgers.
Superior Double Bedrooms
The double rooms are on ground floor level, with garden views and an en-suite bathroom [with shower, toilet and wash basin].
King-size Suite 1
One king-size double suite looks out onto the back garden. On the first floor, it has a balcony, a sitting room and the bedroom features a king-size double bed. The bathroom has a semi-sunken bath with a shower, toilet and wash basin.
King-size Suite 2
The other king-size double suite, also on the first floor, looks out onto the back garden and the woods beyond. The suite consists of a sitting room / bedroom with a king-size double bed. The bathroom has a shower, toilet and wash basin. Great room for spotting Badgers.
Glen Druidh House Hotel Inverness Scotland United Kingdom Characteristics and Facilities
Glen Druidh House Hotel Inverness Scotland United Kingdom Facilities & Services:
If you are a keen explorer and love Scotland, Glendruidh House recommends the 'Scotland Outdoors' magazine. With four issues per year, this informative read is great value:
Inverness has been the administrative and cultural capital of the Highlands of Scotland for hundreds of years. Visitors will never be stuck for something to watch or take part in. Events include various Highland Games throughout the summer, Folk Festivals, Food Festivals, Art Festivals and Art and Craft Exhibitions. There are also several Theatres, Cinemas and Music venues.
A busy city with lively nightlife, Inverness has vibrant shopping centres and the beautiful River Ness running right through the middle. Where else can you take a break from shopping to watch a fisherman land a 15lb salmon?!
Inverness is a great cultural centre, with several Live Scottish Music venues, specialising in Highland music past and present. Hootananys and the Ironworks are two of the main venues, but many pubs offer live music on most nights of the week.
All roads radiate out of Inverness, which means you can leave Inverness in the morning, take a grand tour around the Highlands and return in the evening on a completely different road.
Inverness Castle, Cawdor Castle, Brodie Castle, Elgin Cathedral, Dornoch Cathedral, Culloden Battlefield [scene of the last battle to be fought on British soil in 1746], dozens of distilleries, Fort George [the largest fort in Europe] and the Clava Cairns are a few of the many attractions within easy reach of Glendruidh House.
The Scottish Highlands
The Spectacular Highland scenery is bettered by none and matched by few. Glens and mountains, lochs and rivers, forests and beaches, bays and islands all with a fantastic history that touches the soul.
Glen Affric, Glen Strathfarrar, Glen Mazarine, Loch Ness, Loch Morar, Ben Wyvis and the Grampian Mountains are just a few of the many scenic places to visit in the Scottish Highlands. Also within an easy day trip's distance of Inverness is the stunning Eilean Donan Castle, close to the village of Dornie.
Michael, host at Glendruidh House, will be pleased to help guests get the most out of a holiday in the Scottish Highlands. He can assist with arranging tours and activities, and point out the special little places not mentioned on the tourist maps and guides. When the day is done guests can retire to the saloon or drawing room and swap stories from the day's adventures.
Other activities available in the area include:
Walking, Climbing, Mountain Biking *
Introductory flying lesson [see the Highlands from the air]
Sailing, Canal Cruising, Water Sports, Hang Gliding, Gliding
* If your interest is cycling or mountain biking, please see - customised Mountain Biking Holidays in Scotland - website.
Glendruidh House is situated at the end of the Great Glen Walk, and is a great place to relax after walking one of the great Highland walks. There is also a Great Glen cycleway.
Golfing Holidays and Breaks
Scotland is famous for its golf and the Scottish Highlands include 45 wonderful full-size courses - from the famous Royal Dornoch, ranked in the top 10 in the world, to the many 'unheard of' but no less exciting courses to play.
Loch Ness Golf Course is adjacent to Glendruidh House, and winds its way up the hill overlooking Inverness and the Moray Firth.
For wildlife enthusiasts, Deer, Wildcat, Pine Martin, Osprey, Red Kite, Otter, Seals, Dolphin, Puffins, Eagles, Capercaille, Badger and Scottish Crossbill are a few of the species that inhabit the area. Excellent Fishing and Wild Dolphin watching and Seal spotting tours are available. The area also boasts superb Bird Watching [especially through the winter].
Glendruidh House is at the centre of the Highland Whisky Trail, with many of the well known and the not so well known distilleries nearby - Glenfiddich, Macallan, Glenmorangie, Glenfarclas and Glen Ord to name a few.
A wonderful tour from Inverness to Elgin and the along Strathspey to Grantown on Spey, then back to Inverness, will take in many distilleries - as well as castles, battlegrounds, prehistoric sites, abbeys and wonderful panoramic views.
Geneology is well catered for in the Inverness area, with a dedicated member of staff at the local library to help you trace your roots - and the heraldic centre where you can find your clan, family motto or coat of arms.