Loch Ness Country House Hotel

Business in Inverness? Come to the city – stay in the country. We have first class conferencing facilities for up to 100 delegates in our brand new function suite- Smaller private meeting rooms are also available – We offer excellent rates for single occupancy in 11 luxurious bedrooms. We have an award-winning restaurant, lovely peaceful surroundings AND we’re only two miles from Inverness city centre. Oh…did we mention the cosy log fires and the gardens?

The accommodation is tastefully furnished and offers the style and conveniences expected from country house living: warm decor, comfortable sleeping and luxurious bathrooms.

Guests can choose from king size rooms, junior and executive suites or stay in one of the cosy cottages in the grounds.

Loch Ness Country House Hotel offers fine dining and its In The Park restaurant was recently awarded an AA Rosette.

The attractively appointed dining room opens out onto a terrace, making it a delight to eat al fresco in fine weather.

The chefs use only the best fresh, local, seasonal ingredients including items grown in the hotel’s own gardens, to create delicious dishes with a new take on traditional favourites.

The exquisite menu will excite and delight food lovers and can best be described as modern Scottish cuisine with a contemporary twist.

As a Highland company, Cobbs prides itself on operating from premises by two of Scotland’s most iconic locations – Loch Ness and Edinburgh.

“Having the two most iconic Scottish views in our portfolio is something we are really excited about,” says Fraser Campbell. “We simply want all our guests to enjoy what we see every day of our working lives.”

The catering company comes under the auspices of the Loch Ness Coffee Company Ltd, which can provide everything from a burger and bacon roll to a four-star banquet.

Other businesses within the group include Cobbs Cafes, the Loch Ness Clansman Hotel, Cobbs Restaurant, Cobbs Cakes, and Cobbs Catering.

Founded just over a decade ago, the company now has more than 100 employees.

The company now operates five cafes in the north of Scotland and the Loch Ness Clansman Hotel was added to the company’s portfolio in February 2007.

Cobbs Cakes is a rapidly growing part of the business and these products are distributed to catering establishments all over Scotland.

Customers include coffee shops, delicatessens, visitor attractions, universities and hospitals.

The Cobbs name derives from John Cobb who attempted to break the world water speed record on Loch Ness in 1952.

Although Mr Cobb died in the endeavour, his courage and bravery have not been forgotten and his name lives on at all Cobbs outlets.

For further information about membership of the Royal Over-Seas League, and details of accommodation and facilities at Loch Ness Country House Hotel and the clubhouse in Edinburgh, visit lochnesscountryhousehotel.co.uk , rosl-edinburgh.org

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