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Tulloch Castle Hotel, Dingwall
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The magnificent Tulloch Castle Hotel is a classic Scottish 12th century castle which has been imaginatively restored.
Tulloch Castle Hotel in Dingwall, dates back to the 12th Century. Mary Queen of Scots, and many other rich and famous guests have stayed in this imposing fortress. Its elevated position proudly guards Dingwall, and the views of the surrounding area are magnificent.
Many of the ancient Tulloch Castle features still exist, including the Dungeons and the original mantelpiece with its roaring open fire. The Oak Room and The Great Hall are very traditional, with ornate ceilings and wood panelling.
Tulloch Castle holds 20 en-suite well-appointed bedrooms all with their own unique character and charm.
Dine in the Turrets Restaurant where only the best Highland produce is freshly prepared for you by their chefs. Round off the evening relaxing in front of a roaring log fire with a fine Scottish Malt from our vast selection in the Green Lady Bar
The Tulloch Castle Hotel in Dingwall offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year.
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Tulloch Castle Hotel has 20 bedrooms and are traditionally styled – spacious comfortable and full of character. Each bedroom comes with private facilities, TV and tea/coffee makers. Some of the rooms enjoy stunning views over Dingwall to the haunting Black Isle.
4 Poster bedrooms are also available to make your short breaks extra special. For families there is the luxury Castle Apartment, with 1 double room, 1 twin room, lounge, dining room and kitchen.
For ghost trackers, there have been many reports of the Green lady wondering the corridors, and many sightings of her in Room 8. So if you wish to book this particular room, please specify on the booking form comments.
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Tulloch Castle Hotel's food is excellent and skilfully prepared by one of the Highlands' top chefs.
The Turrets Restaurant at the Tulloch Castle Hotel serves only the best Highland produce, freshly prepared by the chefs into mouth-watering dishes.
The Green Lady Bar is named after the ghost of the Castle, where you can catch up on the local chat, plan the next day’s activities or try any one of our 125 malt whiskies from our well stocked bar.
The Green Lady Bar also provides an excellent choice of hearty home cooked bar meals for big appetites and lover of good highland fare.
Dinner is served from: 7pm - 9pm
Breakfast is served from: 7:30am - 9:30am
Directions to the Tulloch Castle Hotel,
Tulloch Castle Hotel is located just a few minutes from the centre of Dingwall.
If you are coming from the South, follow the A9 past Inverness to the Tore roundabout and follow signs to Dingwall. Once you come into Dingwall continue on the same road, through a set of traffic lights, past the Dingwall Academy until you see a sign to the left for Tulloch. Turn left here, go to the top of the road and turn left again. Take the first right into Tulloch Castle Drive and the hotel is at the top of the hill.
From the North, follow the signs to Dingwall when you come off the A9 at the roundabout just before the Cromarty Bridge. Follow the road to Dingwall and turn right at the sign to Tulloch. Follow this road to the end, turn left and then first right to Tulloch Castle Drive. The hotel is on the hill straight in front of you.
Tulloch Castle Hotel also has its very own ghost "The Green Lady". When possible ghost tours are arranged and the duty manager will be your guide as you explore the secret passageways, open the secret doorway in the north-east corner of the Great Hall which leads on to an old stairway with a door below - a handy escape route to or from the Castle.
The Tulloch Castle Hotel is set in magnificent countryside that makes this a superb area for hill walking, mountain-biking, beach-combing and forest walks during our short breaks. This area is also home to a wide range of sea life like the seals and cormorants in the firth or watch out for the dolphins and porpoise. Nessie is not too far away either in Loch Ness.
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