Tulloch Castle dates from the 12th century, when the Bains and later the Clan Davidson laid claim to its lands. Like its lively history, the castle’s fortunes have changed many times. Now, it is a magnificent hotel, with a ready welcome for leisure and business travellers. The castle retains many of its period features, including the 250-year old panelled Great Hall, and painstakingly restored original fireplaces and ceilings. In days of old, only the Laird or the Chief of the Clan could enjoy a relaxing stay in a Scottish Highland Castle. Thankfully, times have changed! Today, Tulloch Castle has 20 well-appointed en suite bedrooms, each with their own unique character and charm. Guests are given a warm welcome, and can expect splendid hospitality, comfortable surroundings and superb food.
Tulloch Castle Hotel has 20 en-suite bedrooms. Some rooms have four poster beds, while others are set up for families.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Direct Dial Telephones
- Tea & Coffee Hospitality Tray
- Laundry & Dry Cleaning Service
The Turrets Restaurant:
The Turrets Restaurant at the Tulloch Castle Hotel serves only the best Highland produce – freshly prepared by the hotel chefs into mouth-watering dishes. Guests can then head to the Green Lady Bar or the Reception Lounge (where there is often a roaring log fire), to round off the evening with a fine Scottish malt. It’s quite simply the perfect way to end the day!
On The Map: Dingwall is located just 15 miles northwest of Inverness along the A9 & A835 Roads.
Dingwall is a town with a long and rich history dating back to and beyond the times when it was a Norse settlement. Sitting at the head of the Cromarty Firth, Dingwall was made a Royal Burgh in 1226 and the town and surrounding area is steeped in history, offering visitors the opportunity to enjoy many rich experiences when spending time in this outstanding part of the Scottish Highlands. Dingwall has the benefit of free, ample parking within easy reach of the High Street. The majority of the High Street is pedestrianised making the area an ideal place to enjoy a wide variety of shops. Dingwall provides a great base from which to explore many interesting and varied attractions including world class golf courses, local distilleries and breathtaking mountain scenery. Dingwall in the Norse language means “meeting place”, a name which even hundreds of years later is still very much apt to the spirit of the town.