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We stay here one night ,we arrived in the afternoon receptionist was very polite our room was very clean and spacious and the bed was huge,it had a view looking over Lochness which was stunning( room 4 ) .We had a evening meal there too...More
We stayed 3 nights and were very pleased with the room and the staff. The service we received was excellent and we felt like we were treated as individuals. True the coachs stop there but there was plenty of parking and staff guiding the coaches...More
The Clansman is indeed a very busy hotel, but it doesn't lose sight of the individual guest. We were catered for more than adequately and I would recommend this hotel as very good value for money.
Staff are friendly and the room, althought not luxurious,...More
This is a large commercial hotel and as I do not usually stay in them it is a little difficult to rate .
When we arrived the entrance was full of coaches with people going on the boat trips so it was a bit cluttered...More
This is a good location outside of the city of Inverness to explore the Loch Ness Region. It's very "low key", though, so if you're looking for more variety, you should stay near the city. The Jacobite boat tours for Loch Ness are right across...More
US$ 70 - US$ 173 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We stayed in a triple room. It was small but that's the UK's standard for accomodation, unless you stay in a chain hotel. However, none of the family or triple rooms face the lake, which was a bit of disapointment for us.
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"The lake view room was nice, but it may be quieter on the other side."