The Waverley Inn, Castle Street, Dingwall
The market town of Dingwall sits at the head of the Cromarty Firth. Dingwall is the ideal base for exploring the sights of the Highlands, including dolphin spotting in the firth, visiting some of the many castles and monuments in the area and has easy access to the capital of the Highlands, Inverness.
Things to see and do around Dingwall
Although Bottlenose Dolphins tend to be the most frequently encountered and well known species in the Moray Firth, we do often encounter other sealife and birdlife. Like the Dolphins some species, such as the shy Harbour Porpoise can be seen in the Firth all year round, others such as the Pilot Whale and Basking Shark are much more occasional visitors
This tower in Dingwall cemetery commemorates Major-General Sir Hector Archibald Macdonald.
Scottish Premiership side Ross County has their home stadium in Dingwall, which is a stone's throw from the Waverley Inn.
The Waverley Inn, Castle Street, Dingwall is located a stone's throw from the town centre. This property has plenty of free car parking, and is perfect for travellers completing the North Coast 500.
All of our rooms are en-suite and feature flat screen tv's, tea/coffee making facilities.
Twin rooms are ideal for friends travelling together
We have double rooms available for couples or single who wish to have a larger bed
Our family rooms mostly feature 2 double beds.