Golspie Inn Hotel for Holidays & Business
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The Golspie Inn Hotel has been in existence for over 200 years and has recently reverted back to its original name having long been known as the Sutherland Arms Hotel.
As the Sutherland Arms it has a long, rich and varied history including being a Session court, having the first bar in the county of Sutherland, being a staging post for the main stage coach along the A9 and still having the oldest active post box in Scotland! Being next door to Dunrobin Castle – seat of the Dukes of Sutherland – it has witnessed at first hand many local historical events, notably the Clearances. History>>
Named after the family’s own famous traditional musician Hector MacRae, this is the venue for our regular live ceilidh dances and other musical events. We also host a wide variety of both public and private functions and events in this facility.
We can cater for special occasions such as weddings, birthday and anniversary parties, craft fairs, business meetings, training sessions and other functions and events and also have conferencing facilities available. You are assured of a professional and courteous service throughout to the highest standards.
Golspie is the ideal base to explore the Northern Highlands and from the East Coast of Sutherland you start in a beautiful area with much to do and see. For example, the lovely Big Burn walk and waterfall starts from our own front door. Click here for map & directions.
The new owners have made the Golspie Inn a haven for people who appreciate good food, comfortable accommodation and the warm welcome of traditional Highland hospitality.
From local East Sutherland stock, with roots in traditional music and many years organising major events in London and across the country, we are now securing a reputation not only for our food but also for the entertainment provided at the Inn.
We have fourteen bedrooms available at reasonable rates with all the comforts you’d expect including TV, tea and coffee making facilities and toiletries etc.
Since opening at the end of August 2013 we have undertaken an extensive programme of refurbishment of both the bedrooms and the public areas to add to your sense of relaxation and comfort.
We have 4 separate fairly priced eating areas that serve traditional, high quality locally sourced food (including fresh fish from our own family boat), an extensive wine list and well-stocked bars.
In addition to our lunch, high tea and dinner menus we always have ever changing daily specials among our range of both formal and informal eating options. You could choose anything from a Toastie to Lobster Thermidor or a Chateaubriand Steak!
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Friday 23rd January
Back by popular request – Music for dancing by
Malcolm Jones (of Runrig), Hugh Marwick and friends plus local artistes
Haggis addressed by Don Sutherland
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