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Reviewed 7 August 2021

Read any of my other reviews and they normally constitute a magazine article but in the case of Culloden House I can simply say it was perfect from start to finish. Staff, room, location, dinner, all were without fault.

My only one small gripe was the quality of the full Scottish breakfast that wouldn’t have got a friendly reception from the average truck driver anywhere in the UK. Dried up bacon from a warming lamp along with a Cumberland Sausage that was so dry and hard that it would have made an ideal bludgeon at the famous battle let the hotel down. Sorry, but precooked and warmed over items have no place in a hotel of the stature that Culloden holds.

Otherwise, even though one night with dinner set us back what most people spend on a two week holiday it was worth every penny, and we would happily return.

Do make sure to visit the walled garden at the rear of the building. For those with horticultural interests it’s well worth seeing.

Room tip: Really unable to fault the hotel apart from breakfast items being re-heated.
Date of stay: August 2021
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Thank BoeingBoy
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Reviewed 2 August 2021 via mobile

As close to perfect as you can get. Starts with the magnificent house you see upon driving up. Then the very easy check in process. Next to very spacious rooms with the most comfortable beds we have enjoyed in ages. Wonderful grounds, including a walled garden, to meander around. Fantastic breakfast with many breakfast starters as well as mains (I recommend trying the smoked haddock). The best part, though, was the staff. Incredibly helpful and friendly. Just when you are sad to see one go off shift, the next is equally incredible.

Date of stay: July 2021
Trip type: Travelled with family
1  Thank lloydm972
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Reviewed 18 July 2021 via mobile

WOW WHAT A PLACE...Stunning scenery...The drive upto front is so impressive..like something out of a period sitcom.......inside was equally Stunning....again shame we was there for one night..Had a (by accident)private dinning experience that was devine...again food was lovely..Staff very good..And passionate about there Scottish heritage...rooms were very plush felt like Kings and Queens ...

Date of stay: July 2021
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank mark l
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Reviewed 7 July 2021 via mobile

A listed building set in beautiful grounds
Rooms are vast with period decor
An island of isolation away from normal life
Breakfast menu comprehensive, flexible to cope with specific needs
Evening dinner is short menu with good variety and top quality.
Communal lounge and bar are tasteful, welcoming, No communal tv, which some will love and others will want, it
Staff are friendly, welcoming, helpful and willing to go the extra mile, a real plus of any visit.

Room tip: Loads of parking Stairs to rooms
Date of stay: June 2021
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank ReallyBadHat
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Reviewed 29 June 2021 via mobile

The first thing to say is a massive thank you to Lorraine & Harvey who did everything to make our afternoon tea amazing. The customer service was above and beyond.

Our afternoon tea for 6 was simply stunning. More than enough for everyone and the such quality of presentation and tastes.

We arrived for afternoon tea and my mother had a hip replacement surgery only 3 weeks ago so Lorraine and Harvey set up our table outside in the glorious sunshine. The food came out so quickly with wonderful sausage rolls, lots of wonderful sandwiches. The scones were soft and delicious with more than enough clotted cream and jam for everyone. Then the sweet treats were plentiful and amazingly tasty (diet out the window again ).

Lots of teas available and my dad had his own pot of hot chocolate even though it was blue skies and 20c lol.

Tea was refilled without question and very hot and fresh.

We all left very full, very happy and so pleased we chose Culloden house for this family occasion. Many many thanks.

Room tip: Just please remember as a listed building there isn’t wheelchair access. Not a down side at all but something to keep in mind.
Date of stay: May 2021
Trip type: Travelled with family
1  Thank Kevin M
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