Thursday 11 February 2010

Blazing Log Fires and Scottish Hospitality

If you like the kind of short break where you can enjoy the outdoor life with some hill walking or wildlife watching during the day and curl up in the evening warming your weary legs in front of a roaring log fire, then we recommend the Tomich Hotel.

About 45 minutes from Inverness by car, the area is steeped in history from this era. For example, the ‘Golden Retriever’ dog was first bred on the Guisachan estate in the 1860’s. There were also many famous visitors, George V and Queen Mary, Gladstone and Winston Churchill, who was reputed to have learned how to drive on the estate.

This dog friendly hotel has short breaks for £69.50 per person per night including Dinner & Breakfast (2 night minimum stay).

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