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Bunchrew House Hotel

Highlands

Beauly Firth, Inverness, Inverness-shire. IV3 8TA.

Tel: +44 1463 234 917

http://www.bunchrew-inverness.co.uk

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A quirky, quaint, charming, pink washed 17th Century Baronial Mansion near Inverness on the Beauly Firth with mountain views of the Black Isle. Surrounded by 20 acres of landscaped gardens, woodland and rocky beach, the Fraser-Mackenzie family heritage dating back to 1505, is retained in this grand turreted country house.

With wood panelling and log fireplaces in the Drawing Room, and sixteen traditional bedrooms furnished with tweed and antiques, this is a place for relaxation, comfort and excellent hospitality.

With the tag line, “The Romantic Hotel on the Shore,” Bunchrew is renowned for classic Afternoon Tea, its extensive choice of whisky, gin, spirits and wines in the Cocktail bar and a sumptuous dinner experience in the Restaurant:  lined with portraits of the family over the centuries, the authentic design and decor adds a real sense of history. Awarded 2 AA Rosettes the cuisine is impressive with a la carte & gourmet Degustation menus matched with selected wines. The friendly Bar and Restaurant staff are extremely knowledgeable to ensure a fine dining experience from aperitif to post prandial dram.

This is a perfect venue for a wedding with exclusive use of this baronial Country House built for Simon Fraser, 6th Lord Lovat, to mark his marriage to Lady Jane. Their crests dated 1621, are carved into the stone wall above fireplace in the drawing room. The ceremony can take place here, or in summer on the lawn under the 260 year old Cedar Tree known as “The Loving Tree”.

With the lovely grounds on the seashore, Bunchrew can cater for all private and corporate events such as vintage car rallies. Inverness is the start and end point of the award winning North Coast 500, the circular route around the North Highlands coast road, now a prime tourist attraction. The location is also ideal as a base to explore the area around Inverness, Culloden Battleground, Loch Ness, golf courses, distilleries and castles.

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