Situated in idyllic woodland in the Victorian spa town of Strathpeffer in the shadow of its namesake mountain the Ben Wyvis Hotel is a great base for exploring the Scottish Highlands.
Parking is free and ample, making Ben Wyvis well suited to small groups, tours and larger coaches. Already a popular stopover choice for Highland and island tours in Scotland, we welcome a large number of groups every year. Due to the proximity of the town Invergordon and the dry docks, Ben Wyvis is also a good choice for corporate stays for those working in the oil and gas industry.
Near to Inverness and Dingwall, Strathpeffer is home to a vibrant music scene and has been described as “The Highland Village of Music”. Strathpeffer Pavilion has hosted major acts such as Deacon Blue, the Kaiser Chiefs and Edwyn Collins. The Highlands is full of great events like Highland Games and Scottish festivals, especially in the summer, which makes for the perfect midweek short break or weekend away.
There is also a wealth of activities nearby such as walking, golf, fishing and shooting plus many more activities relative to the Cairngorms. There is also a wide choice of castles, gardens and whisky distilleries nearby for those looking for history and culture.
What we offer at Ben Wyvis is a homely place, where you can fall into one of our comfy beds in the dog-friendly guestrooms. So, if you are looking for a great place to stay in Strathpeffer, Ross-shire and are looking for traditional Scottish hospitality, then the Ben Wyvis is the perfect choice for your next break away in Scotland.
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