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The Real Sweets & Gift Company are delighted to welcome you to The Pump Room. Come and see how the Victorians experienced the Spa treatments and learn more about the village of Strathpeffer and it's history.Shop in our traditional sweetshop, with...more
All reviews sweet shop worth a visit for sale ice cream old fashioned sweets spa town tourist information interesting visit enjoyed our visit interesting place lovely ladies gift shop quick look small place helpful lady run by volunteers half an hour
Went to look round pump room while staying at highland hotel.The lady working there was very freindly and told us a few things about the pump room and the local area.There is sweets on sale and a few gifts .interesting visit.
You could not visit a relic of a building like this and not have respect for all of those involved in its up keep and running - it's embedded in everyone's memories of back and beyond by days - thank you to the lovely lady...More
The pump room doubles up as the Tourist Information point and a museum. Maybe we picked the wrong day but it seemed a bit disorganised and muddled. There were gifts and sweets for sale in addition to information and the museum thingy wasn’t bad but...More
Interesting place to visit. Sweet/gift shop combined with the pump room. This could be a much more engaging space if the layout could be revamped. The easiest thing to see was the sweet selection. Lots of interesting gifts were crammed in to awkward spaces making...More
This was the pump room which supplied and circulated the water for the renowned Strathpeffer health and spa resort. An interesting insight into the mechanics and engineering required to support the successful operation of the spa.
The Pump Room, site of the original spa which, long ago, first attracted visitors to Srathpeffer, is an interesting place for a short visit. There are recreations of scenes from earlier times when visitors came to the village to take the curative waters - alas,...More
Visited this place on a Monday afternoon doesnt open until 2oclock but really enjoyed the dvd presentation and items on show.We had our little dog with us and were allowed to bring her around the room she was even given a dog biscuit.great place ,lovely...More