Struy, Invernessshire, Scotland, United Kingdom
Agent: Cliff Jacobs - Managing Principal Estate Agent & CEO (Nat.Dpl.Hotel Man (UJ). M.P.R.E.)
Agent Cellphone: +27 (0) 84 413 1071 / +27 (0) 61 716 6951
Agent Office Number: +27 (0) 21 554 0283
Agent Email Address: email@example.com
Type: Boutique Hotel
Yield: Not Disclosed
The confluence of the River Farrar and the River Glass is a short distance to the east of Struy, here the rivers join to become the River Beauly. The River Farrar is crossed by Thomas Telford's five arches Struy Bridge a short distance to the north, this carries the A831 road. A minor road crosses the Mauld Bridge, over the River Glass, to the southeast of Struy.
Nature reserve and buildings
Erchless Castle lies about 1.5 km northeast of Struy. The turreted and crenellated building was built in about 1600 and modified in 1790 and 1895. Nearby are the remains of an Iron-Age Dun which measures twelve metres by thirteen metres.
Struy Church is one of three churches that make up Kilmorach and Erchless parish. The main church at Beauly has weekly services where the services in Struy happen every fortnight.
Places to visit
At the foot of Glen Strathfarrar, close to Glen Affric and only 20 miles from the City of Inverness – Our hotel is the perfect retreat for fishers, walkers of all types, birdwatchers (osprey, golden eagle and red kite can all be seen locally), golfers and cyclists.
Come and Visit
Visit The hotel in Struy for an excellent long or short holiday in Scotland. Try a midweek or weekend break in the Highlands, an award-winning meal or maybe just a spot of afternoon tea. Our excellent meals at the award-winning Struy Restaurant prepare food to the highest standards using freshly prepared local produce. And if you would like a pre-dinner tipple we have a nice range of local beers offered in the Chisholm Bar, which is fully licensed from 12 noon every day.
A Bit of History
Awash with character, our Victorian County House Hotel was erected in the 1850s and was then converted in 1970 from four estate cottages into the hotel you see today. One of the cottages used to be the Factor’s Office of the Erchless Estate, ancestral seat of the Clan Chisholm.
Hotel Gift Vouchers are available for all services offered at the hotel. Whether you would like to treat that special someone to a weekend away or perhaps to surprise the family with a lovely meal in our award-winning restaurant. Whatever the reason we have the voucher for you. To discuss your voucher requirements simply contact us for more details.
Our hotel welcomes you. Book a stay in our Highland Countryside Hotel and explore the local landscape from one of our cosy ensuite rooms.
We have seven bedrooms, all with an en-suite bath or shower, tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryer, radio alarm, and an internal telephone system. Our family rooms consist of a double and two singles and the tariff for families is based on children under 12 sharing with parents. Cots and extra beds can also be provided at no extra cost.
Food & Dining
Our award-winning Restaurant provides excellent meals with freshly prepared local produce. Food served all day every day. Due to its popularity, it is advisable to book in advance.
Our food is always presented to a high standard. Our local staff, all from within a 10-mile radius, are smartly dressed in black and white and have a strong knowledge of the dishes they serve; what it is, where it has come from and how it’s cooked. Game, venison, seafood and shellfish are always on the menu.
We go to great lengths to ensure that we source the finest of local produce and have many local suppliers on our doorstep; by means of both word of mouth and 14 years of experience in the business, we are able to keep up to date with information on all new local producers or changes in what existing producers can offer.
We ensure that our menus always state the locality from which produce has originated – for example, award-winning haggis and black pudding from Munro’s in Beauly. West coast fish merchant and Williamson’s Inverness also deliver twice weekly, allowing us to maintain the freshness of produce served at the Hotel. We are now serving Applecross Bay prawns, Torridon & Shieldaig hot smoked salmon, oysters, mussels and much, much more. Delivered straight from shore to door several times a week. Enjoy Strathglass venison and local cheeses, and wash it all down with local ales.
The Chisholm Bar
Whether you are here for a meal or just simply wish to relax, the Chisholm Bar offers a great retreat for unwinding after a day’s activities.
Our bar is fully licensed from 12 noon every day serving, draught and bottled beer including local Black Isle and Cairngorm beers, fine wines and a superb range of Malt Whisky.
Afternoon Tea at the hotel is extremely popular with our guests and non-residents alike. Available all year yet most popular in the warmer months, Afternoon Tea is consists of finger sandwiches, freshly baked scones and cakes, a selection of shortbreads and a variety of teas. Coffee is also available.