Keltic Lodge at the Highlands

Keltic Lodge at the Highlands

383 Keltic In Road Middle Head Peninsula, Ingonish, Nova Scotia B0C 1L0 Canada
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This historic Cape Breton resort, Keltic Lodge Resort and Spa, is located in the heart of Cape Breton Highlands National Park overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Just 2 hours from Sydney, NS and a scenic 5 hour drive from Nova Scotia's capital city Halifax, the 100 room resort has been welcoming guests to Cape Breton, Nova Scotia since July 1940. Keltic offers versatility for Cape Breton accommodations with rooms in the Main Lodge, spacious rooms in the Inn at Keltic and cozy two and four bedroom cottages with fireplaces and verandas. The Cape Breton resort is the perfect spot for a Nova Scotia family vacation with recreation facilities on-site or nearby that include a heated outdoor pool, Atlantic Ocean Ingonish Beach, hiking, wilderness trails, lawn games, whale watching, Eminence Spa and boat cruises. Adjacent to the resort is the Cape Breton golf icon, the 18 hole championship Highlands Links Golf Course. The Cape Breton golf course, rich in the Scottish tradition, has been restored to Stanley Thompson's magnificent original design. The Purple Thistle Dining Room and Atlantic Restaurant and Bar overlooking the Atlantic Ocean offer a comfortable dining experience and traditional Maritime menu. The Highland Sitting Room features a pub menu for lunch and dinner and nightly live Celtic entertainment. Nova Scotia conferences are welcome at Keltic Lodge with 13,000 sq ft of meeting space spread throughout the resort utilizing the restaurants and bars for private functions.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pool
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Golf course
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Business Centre with Internet Access
Wifi
Outdoor pool
Heated pool
Restaurant
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Spa
Facial treatments
Massage
Gift shop
Non-smoking hotel
Shared lounge / TV area
24-hour front desk
Laundry service
Room features
Air conditioning
Iron
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Flatscreen TV
Room types
Ocean view
Non-smoking rooms
Suites
Family rooms
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4.0 of 5 stars
HOTEL STYLE
Historic Hotel
Romantic
Languages Spoken
English

Location

383 Keltic In Road Middle Head Peninsula, Ingonish, Nova Scotia B0C 1L0 Canada
Getting there
Car recommended
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Nestled in a prime location with breathtaking ocean views, Keltic Lodge at the Highlands receives accolades for its picturesque setting and engaging live entertainment. Although some guests commend the clean, spacious rooms and the friendly staff, others express dissatisfaction with the hotel's value, citing high costs that don't align with the outdated and sometimes neglected accommodations. Reviewers appreciate the array of amenities and proximity to hiking trails, yet they advise that the hotel could greatly benefit from renovation and improved service efficiency.
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Dated
Value
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Cleanliness
Mixed
Service
Inconsistent
Amenities
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artmanintoronto wrote a review Jun 2021
Toronto, Canada426 contributions134 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
The location is great, with spectacular views everywhere you turn and lots of great hiking and activity options nearby.

The hotel has some good things and some really bad things. Making reservations other than through their website (like if you have a special request) is nearly impossible. They never answer their phones, which seem to be a bewildering series of voice mail boxes that never get picked up or answered. It's a big resort and only one person doing check-in means you'll wait a while. Our room was pretty, but the sound insulation is nothing short of non-existent: can hear every sound made by the people in the next room. And, when paying $300 per night for a room in a very remote location, I don't think it's unreasonable to expect some privacy. At that price, I'd also hope for someone to come in and tidy the rooms and make the beds, but I guess I'm wrong.

The bar and restaurant were fine, if a bit limited in options. Although the service in them was VERY good.

People coming to place like this are usually looking for some peace and quiet, which you can find all around, except in your room. Overall, it feels like paying a premium price for an average product. You're paying for the location. Don't expect anything more.
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Date of stay: June 2021
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
2.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Room Tip: Some of the rooms are single cabins. Get one of those.
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Hemg wrote a review Aug 2020
Halifax, Canada51 contributions50 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
The scenery is as magnificent as ever. However, this Nova Scotian icon is lacking the kind of management necessary to compete with Inverness’ newer Cabot Links.

While I do not like to be critical particularly in pandemic times which obviously presents huge challenges for an operation of this type, there are issues. Housekeeping is not up to the resort standard it should be (e.g. we found food including vegetables left behind in the drawers)and a lack of routine maintenance is evident, such as fresh paint and missing singles on the main lodge building.

I recommend staying in the renovated Corson House. The first floor rooms with patios overlooking Cape Smokey are well worth it.

The dining room was a pleasant experience. It is well managed and serves a variety of excellent local seafood. We very much enjoyed a perfectly prepared and presented filet steak, and the seafood pasta with a sweet cream sauce.

I do hope the management will be able to return this “First Lady” of Nova Scotia accommodation to its rightful status. You should still go for the views which are gorgeous from every vantage point.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Judith K wrote a review Oct 2020
Halifax, Canada30 contributions22 helpful votes
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3.0 of 5 bubbles
This place charges a premium and has been rated very highly by people in the past. We stayed for one night, and while the view from our room WAS amazing, and the food in the restaurant was very good, you didn't get the feel of a premium hotel (other than the price). The beds were sloppily made, the bathroom door didn't latch, the toilet seat slipped around (hubby tightened it), paint was peeling in spots, the peep hole glass was cracked, there was no TV guide or even channel listing, there was only one mug in the room for coffee, and an ancient telephone. There was no facial tissue, and when I called to ask for some, they said it was due to COVID, as they'd have to throw away the entire box each time, which was nonsense, as every other hotel had provided it (throw away one sheet between guests), so I ended up using toilet paper! The common areas had scuff marks on the walls as well as patches all over, chunks missing out of doors, and window glass that was cloudy.
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Date of stay: October 2020
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
Room Tip: You pay more for a room with a view, but can request one.
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Response from K Hurd, Owner at Keltic Lodge at the Highlands
Responded Oct 15, 2020
Good morning We would appreciate the opportunity to speak with you regarding your experience. We welcome the opportunity to speak with guests personally to work towards resolution and to obtain specific details and information so that we may use personal feedback for improvement. Please contact our General Manager, Kevin Hurd at khurd@kelticlodge.ca with your contact phone number so that we may address your experience in a more personal manner. A guest experience not meeting expectations is most certainly not our focus or goal. The team at Keltic
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Cassidy C wrote a review Sep 2020
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
My boyfriend and I went to Keltic Lodge for our 5 year anniversary and were not disappointed! The rooms were beautiful and clean and the view outside our window was picturesque. The resort was well maintained, even during these tough times of Covid-19. They did a fabulous job accommodating to Covid-19, without jeopardizing the experience of the resort. The Purple Thistle restaurant in the main Lodge had very good meals; the Pescatore dish was a great seafood pasta meal, would definitely recommend. The restaurant staff were phenomenal and friendly and always checked on us making sure we had everything we needed. We went golfing on the Highland Links course which was beautiful, but challenging for us newbies. The cleaners were also great and made sure we had everything we needed, including extra coffee k-cups! Even during Covid they had live entertainment in the evenings, which was very nice and refreshing.
There was a waterfall (MaryAnn Falls) 25 minutes away from the resort which is a great spot for an early morning swim, and no one is there that early so you get the falls all to yourself.
Overall management and the staff were a pleasure to deal with and it made our anniversary that much better!
Thank you Keltic Lodge for a weekend we will never forget!
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Date of stay: August 2020
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Mobile423695 wrote a review Aug 2021
Ajax, Canada2 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed at the Keltic Lodge on Cape Breton August 5-7 2021.
The room was very dated from the 1940’s. Advertised as having A/C. Did not.
The shower drips down the wall instead of spraying my body. It was noises from kids running, live singer downstairs & their own staff sitting in cars blasting music early in the morning.

We tried to reach the manager thru the front desk people many times during our stay. He did not EVER call us back. The checkin clerks could not help us.

We called & left him messages while still in Cape Breton & upon our return home this week. Still nothing. We feel totally ripped off paying $755 for 2 nights in this hotel.

Our good points - we paid for massages that were very good at the spa.
The breakfast was very nice. Dinner in the Highland room seemed like store bought pre cooked chicken strips & dirty, earth tasting local salad. Waited about 45 minutes for a cigar as the bartender had to change the tap.

Apparently there are some renovated rooms in the Carson named part of the hotel. It’s located down the road on the property, but the main old hotel is not renovated.

We will not be staying there again. Susan
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Date of stay: August 2021
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
1.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Room Tip: Nice golf course, wish I had known about the Carson rooms. No A/C
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andersonleanne16 wrote a review Aug 2021
Toronto, Canada9 contributions6 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed in Corson House for two nights. We chose the room based on the very accurate reviews posted about the tired Main Lodge. Our room was clean, well appointed and relatively recently renovated. We had AC - though the programming kept reverting to 18 degree (chilly) but the water pressure was great. The room had an odd/fruity smell but we had a small patio and kept the door open for fresh air. The property is stunning. Priceless location with so much potential being wasted by the owners (Province of Nova Scotia). We appreciate that many of the staff were likely recently hired/trained post covid shut down but the lack of ANY management personnel onsite was shocking. These lovely, very young servers were having to manage many upset guests that had to wait 45 min to an hour just to get breakfast in the morning or line up for the pub at dinner (no reservation taken). Once finally seated the food was 'ok' - certainly not worth the premium charged in the fine dining Purple Thistle. The wine list was very limited and the cocktails were totally different versions every time they arrived. The pub was a more reasonable option, great music, multiple options for dishes. There were no towels for the pool (they had run out by 10am), no one was ever in the sparsely stocked gift shop and most times the person manning the front desk was found in an office behind the desk area with the door closed. All for $350 a night. The golf course looks amazing but we don't golf and we didn't try the spa. Our time would have been better spent at an AirBNB in the area where we could access all of the public trails and beaches and eat at reasonable times.
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Date of stay: August 2021
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
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John M wrote a review Oct 2021
7 contributions7 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
What can I say that others before have not? When we arrived we had to stand in a long line to check in. When we got to the desk the attendant did not have the experience to process our reservation and had to call for assistance. There was no bellman to assist with our bags as our rooms were on the second floor and there was no elevator. We were fortunate in that we had a good room; our traveling companions did not and had to change rooms. We could not get a dinner reservation before 8:30pm in the main restaurant and not before 7:30pm in the Highland Sitting room due to a private party taking place. We decided to wait outside the HSL until the private party left. They finally departed a little after 7:30 and then the large group waiting to get in had to wait another 15 minutes until the room was cleaned. Thank goodness Jason, the entertainment in the HSL, was so entertaining. The second night we ate in the main dining room and the food was terrible. One of our party ordered the boiled lobster and when it came it had obviously been reheated in an oven and the shell of the lobster was actually burnt. Another member of the party ordered the shrimp and scallops, which was so overdone it was dry and rubbery. A third person had the Pescatore which tasted like the sauce had come from a bottle. The next morning, the breakfast was a BUFFET. Really? In the time of COVID, you serve a buffet where everyone is touching the food and the utensils? When we checked out, there was a $250+ mistake on our final bill, which I had to point out to the desk. It is a shame that such a beautiful hotel has come down to this. We would not stay here again due to the condition of the hotel and the service that we received.
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Date of stay: October 2021
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Sarah R wrote a review Aug 2021
Toronto, Ontario, Canada8 contributions20 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We recently stayed at The Keltic Lodge in Ingonish. We were very disapointed with our stay considering the price of over $700 for 2 nights in the main lodge. The rooms were in desparate need of refirbishment. When making the booking, one of the ammenities was A/C. The only A/C we noticed was a ceiling fan. The windows were very stiff to open and close. The bathrooms were extremely original like my grandmother's 1940's apartment 4 x 4 bathroom tiles in powder blue. One bathroom had been repainted by what I can only assume was by hand. They obviously did not hire Bathtub King to re enamel them! The repained tiles were peeling and you could see the original tile colour coming through. For the price, you should get a nice shower head not one that sprays at the wall and leaks out of the head. You could see where cleaning staff had missed sections on the floor. There was not any facial tissue in the room, thank-goodness we brought our own in from the car. Both mornings we were woken up by the blaring music of one of the kitchen staff as he parked his car out front. The coffee maker in the room made dreck. For the price per night, a Nespresso machine would be more acceptable. (we paid less per night at the Sutton Place Hotel in Halifax and they had a Nespresso in the room) The food was mediochre at best and pricey. In the main lodge there are no elevators so we had to lug our bags up the stairs. No staff offered to help.
The staff were polite and it was obvious they were understaffed due to Covid-19.
We asked to speak to the manager when checking out. We were told that he was due in a 10 am. He still hadn't come in and staff said they would have him call us. He never did return our phone calls while we were in NS and still waiting to hear from him.
To end on a positive note, the hike to Middle Head is fabulous! Great views! The Spa and our massages were amazing!
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Date of stay: August 2021
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
Room Tip: I heard the Courson House was more updated.
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EAM wrote a review Aug 2021
London, Canada4 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Well, it’s clear this beautiful location is owned and operated by the wrong people.
The potential for this to be a five star location is there, it just wasn’t executed.
The views are the shinning star of the Keltic lodge, absolutely stunning but that’s kinda where the magic ends.
Do yourself a favor and don’t stay in the main lodge, rooms are small, outdated and the AC units are massive and noisy.
We eventually ended up at the Corson building, much better but still not great.
The layout is so weird, who designed these rooms?
We only had one table lamp next to the bed, walls are all scratched up, dirty and the sheets didn’t look very clean.
There’s a random bar that faces the wall and bare, stark walls, no art work.
The lamps that are in the room are all mixed matched and clearly just an after thought.
They renovated these rooms but then installed hair dryers from the 1950’s, it’s just very odd.
We tried to get a couple bottles of water and were told they ran out and to drink the tap water from the bathroom…….
Dinner was good but you need to make a reservation or you won’t get a table.
Breakfast was not good, your basic breakfast you could find at any diner in Sydney etc.
The grounds are also overgrown and the pool was pretty gross, filled with bugs, dirt ring around the edge and it looked like no one had cleaned it in a very long time. We didn’t go in.
We waited at the front desk a few times and I had to go search for someone to assist us, just a kinda whatever attitude seemed to be the vibe around here.
It almost feels like they know they can get your money so why bother trying.
overall, we were disappointed in our stay at the Keltic Lodge, we always wanted to spend a night here and had much higher expectations.
If all you want is great views, this is your place.
It’s such a shame, this could really be something spectacular in the right hands.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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nbmike wrote a review Aug 2020
Fredericton, Canada45 contributions62 helpful votes
+1
2.0 of 5 bubbles
As several recent reviewers have stated, this place is NOT a first class resort. Not even close. My wife and I booked a two-night stay there based on the nice photos and description on their web site. Mistake.

Upon arrival, we were immediately underwhelmed. Hallway walls with black-scuffed paint and dead flies accumulating on windowsills (they were there when we arrived, and still there when we left), and paint peeling from ceilings.

The room was clean, but cheaply decorated. Air conditioning didn’t work properly, and although we reported it to the front desk attendant, nothing was done about it.

Food at the restaurant was good, but not exceptional. However, when my wife asked for a glass of white wine (there were several listed on the menu), she was told that none of them were actually available. Interestingly, the restaurant has several Wine Spectator Award of Excellence plaques mounted on the wall; upon closer inspection, though, the date on the most recent one was 2013. Seven years ago. Apparently things have changed since then. Wine wasn’t the only thing lacking. I asked for a glass of Keith’s beer (also on the menu, and one of the most popular Nova Scotia beers), but was told it too was unavailable. As for decor ....... blah. What would it take to put out a few vases of flowers?

The pool was very unappealing. The wooden decking appears to be many years old and is cracked and splintering. There are no towels in the pool area, and no chair coverings. The chair cushions are all dirty. Honestly, it reminded me of a pool at a cheap roadside motel.

By the end of our stay I was becoming so annoyed with the lack of attention to detail by management that I even decided to test the emergency lighting. I pressed the “test” button on two of the emergency lights in the hallway, and neither worked. Inexcusable.

I realize this is a rural location, not New York City, and I wasn’t expecting the Ritz Carlton. However, I was expecting a decent level of upkeep. At $369 a night, that should be a given. In reality, this hotel felt more like a member of a discount chain.
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Date of stay: August 2020
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
2.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
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Jenn Gillis asked a question Jun 2023
Sydney, Canada5 contributions2 helpful votes
Do the cabins have kitchens in them? Or at least a mini fridge?
Answer from Captrea
Waubaushene, Canada4 contributions3 helpful votes
Sorry I don't know, but a friend stayed in a cabin and found it very run down - the main building was very nice when we stayed but we were not in the cabins.
Rhoda154989 asked a question Aug 2019
Guelph, Canada2 contributions1 helpful vote
Is there a hotel shuttle from Sydney airport to Keltic Lodge
Answer from mt33
Manchester16 contributions48 helpful votes
I'm not aware of one. We were travelling with a hire car, which does seem to be the norm for the area.
Answer from Cathy F
London, Canada334 contributions79 helpful votes
Pool is heated. Hot tub and spa can be used without using a treatment but hot tub is small, 4 seat and only up to 92 degrees. So disappointing. The sauna and steam showers in the spa are free and lovely. Indoor spa tub d and dirty looking so did not use. Tried to get nails done but booked solid so suggest if you wish to use you book early.
waelfareed asked a question Jul 2017
Cairo, Egypt21 contributions5 helpful votes
Do you have shuttle service from nearest airport?
Answer from bgdann
Hamilton, Ontario59 contributions94 helpful votes
I think the nearest airport is Sydney and I'm pretty sure it will be more than an hours drive. Since Keltic Lodge, and the Cabot Trail itself, is very rural, you would probably be better off renting a vehicle at the airport and driving to the Lodge. It is a very easy drive and that way you would be able to see more of Cape Breton Island which you must see if you are planning to stay at the lodge. If you would like any further information, please feel free to ask as we just returned from Nova Scotia 2 weeks ago.
Roxdavies wrote a tip Oct 2023
Lisbon, Portugal22 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Make reservations as early as possible through the hotel website.The hiking trail just past the lodge was fantastic, with fabulous views."
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Steven D wrote a tip Oct 2023
1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"Food at Arduaine was quite good. Comfortable bed."
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Rimpoche12 wrote a tip Sep 2023
Toronto, Canada48 contributions56 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
"Eat in town"
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Kathy o wrote a tip Sep 2023
Windsor, Canada6 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"if you have extra days spend them here - the surrounding area will keep you enthralled for days and this is a great return spot as well."
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Emily M wrote a tip Sep 2023
1 contribution2 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"Save your time and money and go elsewhere "
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PRICE RANGE
C$370 - C$451 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
keltic lodge resort and spa, keltic hotel ingonish, keltic resort ingonish, keltic lodge nova scotia
LOCATION
CanadaNova ScotiaCape Breton IslandIngonish
NUMBER OF ROOMS
100
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Frequently Asked Questions about Keltic Lodge at the Highlands
Which popular attractions are close to Keltic Lodge at the Highlands?
Nearby attractions include Middle Head Trail (1.9 km), Cabot Trail (5.8 km), and Ingonish Beach (1.7 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Keltic Lodge at the Highlands?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Keltic Lodge at the Highlands?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Keltic Lodge at the Highlands?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Keltic Lodge at the Highlands?
Conveniently located restaurants include Coastal Restaurant & Pub, Main Street Restaurant, and Bean Barn Cafe.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Keltic Lodge at the Highlands?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a fitness centre during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Keltic Lodge at the Highlands?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Keltic Lodge at the Highlands offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business centre, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
Does Keltic Lodge at the Highlands have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the harbour view available here.
Is Keltic Lodge at the Highlands accessible?
Yes, it offers facilities for disabled guests. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.
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