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I've stayed at the Lovat many times in the past but only stayed on this occasion as the Priory was full. At £70 very good value. The rooms are a wee bit outdated but the tartan decor must go down well with the foreign tourist....More
We decided to try this hotel for an evening meal. I was a bit dubious as the décor is rather historic - probably to suit those who stop here on coach tours. However the food was excellent, good sized portions, not overpriced and served by...More
The Lovat has undergone some good re-furbishment work on it's main public areas. However the bedrooms leave a bit to be desired. They are tired as are the hallway carpets which have pulled away from the carpet grips at doorways and create a tripping hazard....More
We were grateful to manage to get the last room when we booked this hotel in June. The area was very busy because of The Highland Cross and Rod Stewart was appearing in concert. The smallish en suite room was comfortable with twin beds put...More
Despite the fact that a large party of thirty- three was in the main dining room and another party of eleven had also just arrived, we were served quickly and efficiently. The meal was good and enjoyed by both of us.
US$118 - US$159 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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