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Private Car Park
Golf in Local Area
The Ben Wyvis Hotel is a truly Scottish Highland Hotel nestled in the village of Strathpeffer.
Private Car Park
Golf in Local Area
Number of Bedrooms: 92
Parking Spaces: 60
Steps into Hotel: 2
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The Ben Wyvis Hotel in Strathpeffer is in an idyllic settings offering, spectacular views of Ben Wyvis, from which the hotel takes its name. The architecture of the hotel blends in perfectly with the village whilst the relaxed air of the hotel gardens reflects the serenity of the location.
Each of the Ben Wyvis Hotels bedrooms have a contemporary décor which compliments the Hotels beautiful Victorian features to ensure a comfortable and relaxing nights sleep.
Relax by the roaring log fire and enjoy a huge selection of hand-picked (and tasted!) wines and whiskies or indulge in the Jacobite Restaurant, which serves organic produce, beef, fish and game.
The Ben Wyvis Hotel in Strathpeffer offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year.
With 92 well-appointed bedrooms, set in the tranquil surroundings of Strathpeffer, and with front facing Executive rooms offers spectacular views of the surrounding mountains, guests will wake up feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.
Bar & Restaurant
Start the day with your full complimentary Scottish breakfast. For lunch, try the tasty in-house menu or explore the Highlands with a fresh picnic basket prepared by the chef. When you return, an afternoon tea of homemade scones is a delightful treat!
The Jacobite Restaurant at the Ben Wyvis Hotels features dark wood furnishings, crisp white linen; chandeliers and impressive views through the ceiling height windows that are set off by the lavish regal curtain cascade. The food is as simple and natural as possible, local favourites and a range of signature dishes feature on the menu and local and organic produce is used where possible.
After dinner, Strathview Bar and Lounge is the perfect place to unwind. Enjoy local entertainment or sit by the cosy log fire and sample an extensive range of over 60 whiskies and hand-picked wines.
Monday to Friday 7.30am - 9.30am
Saturday to Sunday 8.00am - 10.00am
Monday to Sunday 6.30pm - 9.00pm
Choose from our Table d'hote or Bistro menu. The cosy bar menu is available all day until 21.30
Directions to Ben Wyvis Hotel in Strathpeffer
Situated 18 miles from Inverness Airport and just seven miles from Dingwall train station, the Ben Wyvis hotel is really easy to get to.
Follow the A9 to Inverness and Dingwall. The A862 is signposted Dingwall, then follow signposts for Strathpeffer. Take the A834 and the Ben Wyvis Hotel is on your left hand side.
Hotel Notice BoardThe Jacobite Restaurant offers an à la carte or three course daily menu for dinner. Guests on dinner inclusive rates can choose from the daily menu or, at a supplement, from the à la carte. Check-in 3pm. Check-out 11am.
Guests to the Ben Wyvis Hotel can enjoy the latest DVD’s but in traditional surroundings in the hotel’s very own 32-seat cinema where original cinema fittings have been installed to create a truly unique feature.
Ben Wyvis Hotel is in the midst of five acres of grounds and woodland. The gardens are well kept and there is plenty of opportunity for guests to explore and stretch their legs through the gardens and woodland walks.
In the summer the light nights are pleasant for an after dinner stroll, in the autumn the trees turn gold, red and brown and with the stunning views of Ben Wyvis , the Iron Age hill, fort of Knock Farril, the Cromarty Firth and surrounding mountains make brisk morning walks in the sunshine a real experience to remember.
Visitors can enjoy the Victorian architecture and buildings still standing today such as the Strathpeffer Railway and Strathpeffer Pavillion. The Victorians would flock to Strathpeffer for relaxing Scottish holidays and use the town’s pump room as a spa along with the Pavilion.
For golfers, the Strathpeffer Golf Club sits in walking distance from town centre. Visitors are welcome and the golf course offers stunning views of the Peffery valley and Black Isle.
Currently the seat of the Chief of the Clan Mackenzie, Castle Leod is today owned by the Earl and Countess of Cromarty. It is a pre-15th century castle made of sandstone and described as one of the most beautiful, romantic and unspoilt castles in the Highlands.
Located in Strathpeffer old Victorian train station, the highland museum of childhood. The Museum tells the story of childhood tales and crofters in the town area, there are toys and treasures from 200 years ago where you are encouraged to dress up and play with the traditional toys.