This part of the garden is truly enchanting. Moss and ferns cover the ruinous stones that once were a garden fit for a Laird.
Our Harris Bedroom
Sympathetically named. Harris is the southern and more mountainous part of Lewis and Harris, the largest island in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland.
Throughout the house, we have decorated in a traditional style.
View of Ben Wyvis
We are lucky to have a well-known Munro in eye shot. Ben Wyvis is an isolated, huge and bulky Munro, rising like an elephant from the lower moors of Easter Ross. Plan your ascent!
Immerse Yourself in Scottish History
Built in 1637, the proof is on the chimney!
Wild ducks have taken up residency on the pond this year. Visit in the spring to see their ducklings!
Find a traditional country house atmosphere in the bar, open until late.
Grab a book off the shelf and kick back and relax next to the open fire.
Dedicated to Improvement
Year on year we listen to our guests feedback and improve this wonderful historic house. Here is the bedroom Mckenzie, which has turned from a twin to a lovely double overlooking the front of the house.
We are lucky to have fantastic unpolluted views of the night sky. Keep an eye out for the milky way, northern lights and an ear out for the local owls.
Quality Wine Menu
Our wine menu has been carefully selected with years worth of experience living in France.
Bar Food Menu
Enjoy a more relaxed dining experience when eating in the Bar. Non-residents welcome.
Feel at home in the Hall
Read one of the newspapers or magazines next to the fire.
Individually Named Bedrooms; Jura
Jura is an island in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland.
Our Hotel near Inverness Airport
Only 21.5 miles from Inverness Airport. Our Hotel near Inverness Airport a great first stop for your Highland adventure.
Red Deer in Scotland
Red deer in Scotland, the largest native land mammal in Britain.
Double Rooms for Under £100 a Night
Double Rooms for Under £100 a Night in the West Wing
Relax in the main hall reception area.
Beech, a Bedroom fit for a Queen
Situated above the bar, it is known to have a great spirit!
Listen out for the Grandfather clock that politely chimes throughout the lobby.
Deluxe Double Bathroom
All our bedrooms feature a bath and shower!
Who lived here?
One of the old flagstone buildings in the grounds is now used for garden tools!
Ground Floor Deluxe Double
This is the best room we have for those who don’t like stairs.
Ord House Library
Dotted about over the house are thousands of books to be enjoyed. Go hunting in the hallways, tv room and the drawing room…
Poppy & Bella
Being dog friendly is very important to us. Here are our own dogs enjoying a walk on the West Coast of Scotland.
We provide tea, coffee, hot chocolate and biscuits during your stay… also a bottle of local highland water!
View from the Top
Two bedrooms at the top of the house have a lovely view.
Garden Room has wonderful views overlooking the lawns & courtyard
Classic Double Room
‘Skye’ pictured features a seating area too!
The Laird’s House of the Clan McKenzie
The hotel was originally the Laird’s house of the Clan McKenzie and was cleverly converted into a hotel 40 years ago but still retains all the original features, elegance and charm.
À la Carte Dining
Relax in our spacious and traditionally decorated dining room.
Courtyard View From Crawford, our Ground Floor Deluxe Double
The World renowned Loch Ness is only a 15 minute drive away.
This handsome chap greets you in the main hall.
“Gun Room” Bar
Sit next to the open fire and mull over your day with a reviving drink.
The mile long driveway to our Hotel
Be lead down the garden path – so much is waiting to be discovered.