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Travelling back from Orkney on route 500 we stayed at Bettyhill Hotel for one night.
We received a very nice welcome and we had booked a room with a sea view and we were not disappointed. The view was outstanding.
The room was large, very...More
We reserved rooms with shared bathrooms as availability was limited on our NC500 tour. They were located in a relatively modern annex to the rear and were compact, clean and had acceptable open views. Breakfast was freshly cooked to order
We visited this hotel twice on our tour of north coast. First was for a wee break where we had lovely coffee, scone with cream and jam, and cake. Second was on way back for overnight stay, where the lady made us very welcome and...More
Myself and my partner stopped here for a break on our NC500 tour. We had a light lunch and the food was excellent. When we first entered the building we felt a wee bit lost as to where to sit, it's such a large building....More
Me and my Fiancé stopped here for a wee break on our trip around the NC500, and I'm so glad we did!! We got a tea, coffee and fruit scone (which was so fresh that it was still hot!) We were sat in the lounge...More
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US$75 - US$142 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Personally I'd give the bus a miss and rent a car. You should check out the bus timetables before making a decision. The previous answer was not very specific on times or frequency. As a native of Scotland, I'd be happy to... More
Personally I'd give the bus a miss and rent a car. You should check out the bus timetables before making a decision. The previous answer was not very specific on times or frequency. As a native of Scotland, I'd be happy to restate my love of this wonderful place but I'd never consider public transport as a viable option for enjoying the best of a pretty remote area.
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i would like to ask how much it would cost me to stay for 2 days , as we are 8 adults and 1 child , my second question is if the hotel faces the sea and if i can swim in it .... so please can you replay with the details of the accommodation
thanks in advance
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Response from Lawrence O | Reviewed this property |
There is a beautiful beach visible from the hotel but I believe access is a little difficult. There is another beach a short distance along the road though. The water is crystal clear but don't expect it to be warm. It is... More
There is a beautiful beach visible from the hotel but I believe access is a little difficult. There is another beach a short distance along the road though. The water is crystal clear but don't expect it to be warm. It is the north of Scotland!
You'll need to speak to Carl about the price. If you like an early night ask for a room away from the bar.
Enjoy your stay, it's a great place and a great part of the country. LG.