We were travelling back from the north west of Scotland and wanted somewhere to stay before we got to Inverness. The owner explained he'd taken over the hotel earlier this year and is in the process of refurbishing it.
We had a ground floor room which is suitable for disabled visitors although we didn't need this! Yes, the furnishings are very dark and rather dated but everywhere was very clean and the bed was very comfortable .
A continental breakfast is provided - I'd prefer more freshly baked items rather than the standard sliced bread and packaged croissants but it was quite acceptable with a choice of cooked meats and cheeses.
The owner was very friendly and we look forward to visiting in the future when I'm sure he'll have done some updating.
There's plenty of parking - improved lighting and signage at the front might attract more passing trade.
Wifi at the property was good.More