Country pursuits such as stalking, fishing, riding and falconry can be organised at this grand old Georgian mansion standing in 20 acres of woodland. It sits below a waterfall on the River Forss - 'there's a lovely walk down the side of the river to the sea'. Anne Mackenzie is the welcoming manager. Local produce such as Caithness lamb and Mey beef are used in new chef Gary Stevenson's modern Scottish dishes in the elegant restaurant, which is open to non-residents. Entrance lounge/conservatory (log fire), restaurant; background music (classical). Local golf, whitewater rides, mountain biking; beauty treatments. Wedding/function facilities. Children welcomed. 14 bedrooms (2 in Fishing Lodge, 4 in River House). B&B £82.50--£115 per person. Dinner £40
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