Ness Walk is ‘redefining luxury’ on the leafy banks of the River Ness, in the capital of the Scottish Highlands. An air of stately splendour from the original 19th-century house (Grade B listed) permeates throughout the property and it’s setting on the riverside provides a picture-postcard scene.
The gated entrance announces your arrival and from the complimentary glass of chilled champagne to welcome you, to the 47 exquisite bedrooms, guests are cossetted in a warm Highland welcome. Beyond the exceptional finish and fabric of the hotel, personality shines through at Ness Walk; the team are incredibly passionate about delivering personal luxury experiences, beyond expectations.
The hotel’s Torrish Restaurant has become a firm fixture on Scotland’s culinary map, showcasing the meat, seafood, plants, crops, dairy, culture, landscape, skill, and character that make the Scottish Highlands so special. Boasting far reaching views over the river, the menu in Torrish is ingredient-driven and focused on seasonality and locality – each dish reflecting independent producers and growers and presented with culinary flair.
While sustainability is often associated with grand gestures, at Ness Walk, the belief is that even small choices have a significant impact. The rooftops of the hotel harnesses solar energy from their rooftops while visitors are encouraged to travel by electric vehicle through the provision of 11 EV Charging Points.
Immense pride is taken in the hotels’ recent Gold Green Tourism Award – a testament to the initiatives which enhance the guest experience while preserving, protecting and enhancing the local environment and community.
Whether you’re wishing to explore the stunning vistas, discover the finest whiskies on a local distillery tour or improve your swing at one of the championship golf courses nearby, Ness Walk delivers all the plush comfort and personalised hospitality you could hope for.”