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Charming hotel with a nuance of yesteryear. Updated in many ways although it maintains the feeling of old and cared for. Staff all very accommodating. My room was in a wing with one other and although it was occupied there was no diaturbance. The bed...More
We ate in the restaurant and the food was just stunning. Starters were delicious and beautifully presented (pig`s cheeks starter was amazing!). The main courses were equally delicious and generous in portions. The staff and in particular a young local girl/lady who was our waitress...More
I arrived mid afternoon and my room was ready. I had a lovely hot bath and felt much better for it. I had dinner at 6.00 pm with a pint of best. Very nice. I had Cullen Skink soup which was excellent. The Chicken Supreme...More
We returned to the Harris Hotel as being family-run, you get the personal touch and were able to secure a booking in a superior room this time around. Room 2 was exceptional. Warm, clean, cosy and comfortable with the added bonus of a small lounge,...More
There's something about the Harris Hotel that makes it special. Of all the many hotels that we stayed in during our trip to Scotland - this is the one that I keep thinking of and want to go back to the most.
It's old fashioned...More
I would imagine you could check in as soon as you arrive, but I would contact the hotel first just to be sure. I am sure you would be able to leave any luggage safely with them if your room was not ready, they are very... More
I would imagine you could check in as soon as you arrive, but I would contact the hotel first just to be sure. I am sure you would be able to leave any luggage safely with them if your room was not ready, they are very helpful.
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"It's worth booking a superior room - Room 2 on the 2nd floor is cosy"