Amidst the spectacular mountains of South Loch Ness, the Upper Strathnairn countryside is the home of this charming hotel full of rustic character, stone walls and beamed ceilings. A warm welcome awaits you by the resident hosts David and Mary Allen.
Built in 1860 as the outbuildings to the Flichity Inn, the Inn was destoyed by fire in 1964. This property has now been converted to provide quality accommodation in a relaxed and peaceful atmosphere.
There are nine excellently appointed guest bedrooms, some are on the ground floor and some on the first floor, all are decorated to compliment the surroundings, image, and style of the property.
The cosy lounge bar with its sloping beamed ceiling and stone walls brings an atmosphere of old world charm, the ideal place to relax with a tot of whisky from the excellent array on offer, or for an aperitif before dinner. A varied selection of Scottish beers and lagers may also quench the thirst of the avid traveller.
The comfortable lounge situated along the rear of the property has wonderful panoramic views of the Strath and the hills of Strathnairn, from here much wildlife can be admired. Often the resident hare family play on the lawn, or you may be privileged to see the Osprey collecting a trout from the flichity loch.
The Grouse and Trout restaurant at the Steadings Hotel is a wonderful location for a relaxed and enjoyable dinner. Scottish and international cuisine is on offer and prepared where possible from the very best of Scottish and local highland produce.
The hotel is situated just 15 minutes south of Inverness and 8 miles from Loch Ness in the magnificent scenery of lochs and moorland which is so typical of this area of Scotland.
Our aim is to make your stay as memorable, enjoyable and comfortable as possible.