Considered by many who have visited as one of Ross-shire's best-hidden treasures, Kincraig Castle Hotel is a 4-star hotel nestled at the heart of 10-acres of mature gardens, just 30 minutes north of Inverness, overlooking the renowned Cromarty Firth.
From the moment you make your way up the tree-lined drive, you'll fall in love with the Highland charm of Kincraig Castle, the historic home of the Mackenzies, a powerful Highland clan that have called Ross-shire their home for more than eight centuries.
Kincraig Castle has 15 en-suite bedrooms, each individual in aspect and design.
Kincraig Castle offers luxurious accommodation in 15 bedrooms, each individual in style and furnishing but all oozing in traditional Highland atmosphere. With a range of room types available, from the luxuriously furnished Deluxe Rooms to the more traditionally furnished Classic Rooms, there really is something for everyone at Kincraig Castle!
The highest category of rooms available at Kincraig, these luxuriously furnished rooms offer guests the opportunity to stay in a beautiful four-poster bed or hand-carved Colonial mahogany bed and enjoy breathtaking views over the grounds.
The second highest tier of rooms at Kincraig, these rooms boast a larger square-footage than the Classic Rooms and a more comfortable finish. Look out of your window, across the gardens and into the Cromarty Firth beyond.
Although these are the standard-category of rooms at Kincraig Castle, they are wonderfully comfortable with all the amenities you've come to expect from a 4-star hotel. With views of the gardens, these rooms really are a treat in the summer.
Whether you choose to dine in the award-winning Alexander Restaurant or The Snug, you'll have an equally incredible experience.
With modern Scottish influences and discreet service, dinner in Kincraig Castle's award-winning AA-Rosette Alexander Restaurant really should be at the top of your to-do list. The castle's head chef and his team prepare menus which offer ingenious flavour combinations, using the freshest local produce from suppliers they know and trust.
The Snug offers an equally high standard of dining in a much more casual environment. Located in a ground-floor turret space, this unique setting offers diners superb views across the castle's grounds.
The Highlands' greatest asset is, without a doubt, its natural beauty and unspoilt landscape.
Discover this beautiful part of Scotland's rich cultural heritage and romantic history through its castles, museums & visitor centres and enjoy unparalleled golfing, fishing and hiking.
Golf - Ross-shire is home to some of the world's finest courses.
Clay-pigeon shooting - for those with a keen eye and a steady finger.
Archery - an historic sport of skill and strength.
Distilleries & breweries - a must-see during your time in Scotland.
Boat trips - explore the rugged Scottish coastline or the country's most famous lochs.
Museums - a number of popular museums documenting the history of the Highlands.
|Classic Room||£109 - £209|
|Estate Room||£129 - £255|
|Deluxe Room||£149 - £275|
Rates are per room per night based on two adults sharing a double/twin room and include VAT, plus full Scottish breakfast.
Triple Rate: Double occupancy rate, plus an additional 50%
Child Rate: Ages 0-3: Free of charge, Ages 3-11: £25 per child
Kincraig Castle sits at the heart of a 10-acre estate, just 30 minutes north of the city of Inverness, the "Capital of the Highlands". Overlooking the Cromarty Firth, this castle hotel truly is a hidden gem, tucked away in a picturesque location, despite its accessibility from major cities.