The Belgrave Arms hotel is small family run accommodation in the North of Scotland with a local reputation for good home made food and warm hospitality. The Hotel was built in 1819. During the Second World War, the hotel building was used as the officer's mess for military personnel stationed nearby - as all the pubs in Wick (to the North) were dry of alcohol!
Our East Sutherland based hotel accommodation has a mixture of en-suite and shared bathroom facilities. All the En-suite guest rooms have a bath or a shower, tea and coffee making facilities and colour television. All the other rooms in the hotel have tea and coffee making facilities, colour televisions and wash basins.
We can also provide a hair dryer and ironing facilities. Most hotel rooms offer a stunning sea vista or spectacular views out over the Scottish scenery. The hotel caters for breakfasts, bar lunches and evening meals.
Our chef Craig was trained in the RAF and provides excellent home cooked meals. Breakfast for your stay at the hotel is included in the tariff.