Scotland: A luxury highland hotel, in the centre of Inverness, has been given a five-star accreditation from VisitScotland following its £7 million redevelopment.
The 47-key hotel opened earlier this summer, and is owned by the Kingsmills Group.
Ness Walk is the second hotel from the group, and is the sister hotel to Kingsmill – also located in Inverness.
Housed in a 19th century, Grade-B listed building, Ness Walk comprises a fine-dining restaurant Torrish, which is led by executive chef Craig Douglas.
The Riverbank Room is the private event space at the property.
Tony Story, CEO of Kingsmills Group, said: “It is an absolute delight for Ness Walk to be awarded a five-star grading by Visit Scotland. As part of The Kingsmills Group’s ongoing commitment to providing high quality accommodation, dining and event space to the Highlands, this is a step in the right direction for both the hotel and Inverness.”
Chief executive at VisitScotland, Malcolm Roughead, commented: “Congratulations to Ness Walk on this fantastic achievement. Ness Walk is the perfect example of the quality experience on offer to visitors to Inverness, and a great addition to the accommodation on offer in the city.”