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Glenmoriston Town House Hotel, Inverness

20 Ness Bank, Inverness, IV24SF, UK View Map

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The Glenmoriston Town House Hotel is lavish and luxurious, serving phenomenal food.

Claire Macnair, Product Manager

The Glenmoriston Town House Hotel in Inverness is situated on the banks of the River Ness, within 5 minutes walking distance of Inverness city centre shopping area and Train Rail Station. The Management and staff are trained to the highest standards and will endeavour to do everything they can to make your stay perfect.

The this 4 star townhouse hotel in Inverness offers 30 luxury bedrooms some of which have great views over the River Ness from the front of the hotel the décor and facilities within the rooms are dedicated to your comfort and relaxation.

The Glenmoriston Hotel features 2 great restaurants the Contrast Brasserie & Abstract, which has been awarded 3 AA Rosettes. The Contrast Brasserie has superb views over the River Ness and during the summer months you can dine alfresco for lunch or dinner. The Abstract Restaurant specialises in serving imaginative food with the expert marriage of French culinary expertise using the finest, freshest seasonal Scottish ingredients. The Glenmoriston Town House Hotel also has a very inviting lounge bar called the Piano Bar where they offer over 200 whiskies & malts or over 50 cocktails. Relax in a great atmosphere & enjoy the resident pianist on a Friday & Saturday evenings.

The Glenmoriston Town House Hotel in Inverness offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year.

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30

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Check In Time

4pm

Check Out Time

12noon

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Rooms are situated within the Town House and Windsor House where the interiors are contemporary and comfortable. Complimentary movies, music library and wifi are included for all guests in every hotel room at The Glenmoriston.

TOWNHOUSE COMFORT ROOMS

The entry level bedroom, Townhouse Comfort Rooms may be the most compact and snug but are certainly not short of style and luxury, all are fully equipped with complimentary WiFi and bottled water. Attentively styled, Townhouse Comfort Rooms include double, twin or single size beds, Egyptian cotton bed linen and a desk and easy chair for relaxing. Alongside the comfortable interiors, the well considered facilities including specialty teas and coffee, and wall mounted LCD screen, create a perfect away from home short stay hotel room

TOWNHOUSE CLUB ROOMS

The mid category room, Townhouse Club Rooms centrally occupy various levels in either the Town House or adjacent Windsor Town House. Club Rooms set a scene for style and tranquility by offering either more space or slightly smaller with river views. Additional facilities include specialty teas and coffee, and LCD screen TV. Designed for the opportunity to indulge in a romantic weekend break or recline in comfort, Club Rooms come with walk in shower or bath tub.

TOWNHOUSE DELUXE RIVER VIEW ROOMS

Extra space, extra brilliant, and all for a tad bit extra. The Deluxe rooms expand your personal and communal playground to the level of sweet. Situated across various floors across either The Town House or Windsor House they offer a combined bedroom and living area, complete with a king size bed or two single beds. There is also a working desk and easy chairs for relaxing. In-room amenities include a Nespresso coffee maker, raid the sweets jars, practise putting, flat screen TV and WiFi. Special touches include bathrobes and luxurious Gilchrist & Soames bathroom amenities.

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Outdoor Dining Terrace

ABSTRACT FINE DINING

Abstract showcases a modern outlook on classical British dishes and a commitment to quality local ingredients and depth of flavour, offered in a contemporary and elegant setting. It's about serving up dishes that rely heavily on fresh, seasonal, locally sourced and, wherever possible, organic produce. It's about enjoying à la carte dining in a warm and relaxing setting.

All of the food is served by attentive and exceptionally knowledgeable waiting staff happy to explain the dishes, the ingredients, and how the talented Executive Head Chef Cornel Uys has put them together. And always on hand, your sommelier, ready to advise, guide, match or recommend the perfect wine.

Retreat from the restaurants of the city centre to an elegant and atmospheric setting.

Sample Set Menu

Sample Tasting Menu

CONTRAST BRASSERIE

With a sharp focus on Scottish, locally sourced produce, Contrast Brasserie is a refreshing addition to the cities restaurant scene. Located a short walk along the river from Eden Court Theatre, it’s the perfect pre-theatre destination.

In Scotland, the traditional way of cooking is to create simple dishes, built around one great ingredient. Contrast Brasserie is no different. From succulent rare breed pork or prime dry-aged beef we try to stay true to our Scottish roots. Try the Pre theatre menu.

Sample Pre Theatre Menu

Sample Dinner Menu

BAR

The Bar exudes its own unique style and ambience. Modern, fresh and totally laid back, it draws an eclectic mix of people through its doors. Our signature whisky bar pays homage to Scotland’s national drink and is home to one of Invernness’s largest collections.

Take a seat and let the Whisky Ambassadors help you choose from over 250 varieties. If you like your cocktails shaken and stirred then the team of mixologists are constantly developing the most wonderful cocktails to tantalise even the most demanding taste buds.

You can even relax before and after dinner while listening to the wonderful sounds of the resident pianist on weekends.

Directions to Glenmoriston Town House in Inverness

By Car
As you approach Kessock Bridge, after the bridge you will reach a roundabout, take the 3rd exit off which brings you onto a dual carriageway. Continue along Longman road when you get to a smaller roundabout, take the 2nd exit off and continue along until the next small roundabout. Take 2nd exit and carry on until you reach the final roundabout exit and the first exit and drive along Chapel Street. Make your way into the right hand lane until the set of traffic lights. At the lights turn right which will take you to the River Ness (Bank Street). At the cross roads (Johnny Foxes Pub is on the left) stay in the left lane and carry straight on until reaching a junction with the road veering to the right (Ness Bank) at a church. Follow the river to The Glenmoriston Town House Hotel, which is 200 yards (approx.) on the left.

By Train
Inverness Train Station is a 10 minutes (under 1mile) walk from the Glenmoriston Town House Hotel

By Air
Inverness Airport is located 9 miles from the hotel.

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Golf in Local Area
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GOLFING
CASTLE STUART GOLF CLUB
INVERNESS GOLF CLUB
TORVEAN GOLF CLUB
LOCH NESS GOLF CLUB
FORTROSE AND ROSEMARKIE GOLF CLUB

LOCH NESS CRUISE
Whichever season you choose to visit, a cruise on Loch Ness is a superb way to experience the magnificence of the loch and its stunning attractions, such as the ancient ruins of Urquhart Castle. Our boats sail close to the imposing battlements of Urquhart castle ruins. Jacobite Cruises can be accessed directly by bus from waiting areas very close to the Hotel. The nearest pick up point is outside of the Law Courts on Ness Bank about 10 minutes walk from the Hotel.

EDEN COURT THEATRE
Situated across the River Ness from The Glenmoriston, Eden Court has undergone a terrific transformation to become the largest arts centre north of the border. Designed by the award-winning, Glasgow-based architects Page/Park, the new Eden Court incorporates the two existing buildings, both of which are listed, with a striking modern extension. Inside, the venue is contemporary and light, with high quality fixtures and fittings, many commissioned specifically for the new building. Not only does Eden Court have theatre shows and cinemas, but it also has a range of activities for all the family to enjoy, including: Drama classes, Storytelling Book and Creative Writing, Summer Activities Film, Sound and Animation Classes. For the latest what's on information please visit their website, where you can book online for most performances.

BLUEFIN TUNA FISHING
We are delighted to have teamed up with our friends at 'Tuna Fishing Scotland' to allow our guests the chance to come experience the thrill of fishing the elusive giant bluefin tuna out in the atlantic nearby the stunning St Kilda. They will do their best to put a tuna on the line for you!.

FORT GEORGE
Fort George sits behind its massive grass-topped artillery defences on an isolated spit of land jutting west into the Moray Firth at Ardersier, 11 miles north east of Inverness. Conceived in the immediate aftermath of the 1745 uprising and the nearby Battle of Culloden that concluded it, Fort George was intended to be a once and for all solution to the threat posed by the Highlands, and the Jacobites in particular. Fort George offers a fascinating day out. Visitors approach from the landward side where the sloping grassy banks designed to absorb artillery shells all but hide the fort from view. The visitor centre and shop is in the old guardhouse on the ravelin, a free standing defensive structure completely exposed to fire

CULLODEN BATTLEFIELD
Culloden Battlefield Site is situated about 3 miles outside of Inverness on the Aberdeen Road Visiting Culloden the last hand-to-hand battle fought on British soil takes on a whole new meaning with the opening of an exciting new visitor centre and interactive exhibition. The battlefield itself is now restored to as close as possible that marched on by the two sides on that fateful day.
Come and find out why this battle that lasted only one hour changed the way of life of the Highlands and Islands for ever.