Craigvar is a distinctive Grade B listed house and offers luxury accommodation and wonderful food. It was built in 1839 and has been offering hospitality more or less continuously ever since. Our aim is to give all of our guests a comfortable, enjoyable and memorable stay.
The house occupies a prominent site overlooking the picturesque Square in the unique and charming former Victorian Spa village of Strathpeffer.
All of our bedrooms are exceptionally well appointed and there are many personal touches to make you feel at home: a welcoming decanter of sherry, fresh fruit, bathrobes and a refreshment tray. There is free wireless internet access in all areas of the house. We have a large amount of genealogical and research material relating to Strathpeffer and the parish of Fodderty.
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
From the nearest information centre:- From Strathpeffer Tourist Information Centre opposite the house, 1 minute away.
Getting there by railway:- From Dingwall Station, frequent buses run from outside the Royal Hotel, 2 minutes away on foot. Train connections can be made directly from Inverness to Dingwall.
Getting there by aeroplane:- From the airport take A96 to Inverness and swing right across the Kessock Bridge via the A9. At Tore Roundabout take A835 Ullapool Road. At the Maryburgh Roundabout turn right towards Dingwall. At second set of traffic lights turn left taking the A834 to Strathpeffer. From here you are 5 minutes to the village.
Getting there by ferry:- From Ullapool, 45 minutes by car, 1 hour by coach, take A835 to Contin, fork left at Contin War Memorial, A834 to Strathpeffer. From Scrabster, 2.5 hours by car. From Thurso take A9 south to Dingwall, turn right at Dingwall onto the A834 to Strathpeffer.
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