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Reviewed 31 October 2019

We didn't stay at the Scourie Hotel for the fishing though the fish ambience was marvellous complete with weight in scales and record book in the entrance hall. The weather was wet and windy when we arrive so the log fire in the main lounge was extremely welcome. The village of Scourie is tiny, but it has its own harbour, which you can walk to via a path at the back of the hotel, and was probably a fishing port in the old days, . You have 2 choices for dining - the pub or the dining room - plus there is a lovely hotel bar. We dined in the restaurant and had the 4 course set menu, which was fabulous. Very good wine list. Breakfast was outstanding with everything from porridge through to the Full Scottish! The owners and staff are friendly, efficient, and make sure your stay is the best. High recommended.

Room tip: The outside cottage rooms are quite and have nice views.
Date of stay: September 2019
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Thank A R H
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Reviewed 22 October 2019

We were only here for an overnight as we drove the North Coast 500 and it was a great stop. We had one of the garden rooms with twin beds that were super comfortable. As it was a cold and rainy day in August, we enjoyed tea and scones by the fire in the lounge after arrival. We opted to eat dinner in the dining room and it was excellent as was breakfast the next morning. Service was superb. Loved the fishing memorabilia. HIghly recommended.

Date of stay: August 2019
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Thank Ann H
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Reviewed 1 October 2019

Really enjoyed our three night stay here. Lovely location, the Campbells could not have been more helpful or welcoming - all the staff were very friendly. Lots of cosy sitting areas downstairs infront of roaring fires and we enjoyed the pub. Look forward to returning next year.

Date of stay: September 2019
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Reviewed 24 September 2019

There are few places like the Scourie Hotel, under the stewardship of Richard, Fiona and Charlotte. From the moment you arrive, to the moment you have to leave, their warmth and hospitality is quite simple second to none. I have been fishing the Highlands rich brown trout lochs for years but hadn't been back for nearly 10. I was not disappointed. The whole ideal of the hotel is around service and that unique Scottish welcome not mention to the gong for dinner and tradition of beat assignment afterwards in the lounge. The landscape is spectacular, the hill lochs and views breath-taking and you could literally hear a feather drop between casts. As for the food you will not be disappointed.

Date of stay: September 2019
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Reviewed 22 September 2019

Had a lovely stay in the hotel which resembles an old fishing lodge with traditional Scottish decor and fishing artefacts. The food was good as was the extensive wine list. Great selection of fresh local seafood. Rooms were nice. It’s such a pity the hotel frontage doesn’t look over the sea view which you can’t see til you walk round the back.

Date of stay: September 2019
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