The Royal Highland Hotel
Dining at the Royal Highland Hotel
The oldest hotel in the centre of Inverness, originally the Railway Co's Station Hotel, today over 150 years since it was built, it is the Royal Highland Hotel.
As you enter the Royal Highland Hotels' foyer you will be met by the imposing grand Victorian staircase, the inspiration for the Titanic's staircase, with all its Victorian splendour, a far cry from todays modern city hotels.
For over 151 years, the hotel has been offering good food. Prime location and friendly staff all play their part.
Serving gourmet cuisine at the renowned Ash restaurant, with the more traditional coffee lounge and gallery deli serving fine patisseries.
To dine in any of the restaurants is an experience to savour for many reasons, not least for the discreet and courteous and attentive service, which perfectly compliments the exquisite cuisine.
The talented Chefs and an enthusiastic professional team, ensures that dining at the Royal Highland is an opportunity to enjoy fresh, local Scottish ingredients for which the Inverness area is so well known.
The Royal Highland uses some of the world's finest beef, lamb and game all are naturally-reared and matured on the hills and pastures in the highlands. Shellfish and fish come from the clear waters around the Moray Firth and Hebridean ports, salmon and sea trout from Highland lochs and rivers. All are cooked with flair and imagination, to order, to the highest of standards.
The Royal Highland also offers Free WiFi throughout and is open all year round.