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B&B in Ardnamurchan and Strontian


Lea Cottage Bed & Breakfast, Strontian
No pets Wifi / broadband

Lea Cottage Bed & Breakfast    Strontian

Lea Cottage is a house full of character. It has recently been completely re-built to high Eco standards, whilst still retaining many of the old characteristics which go back about two hundred years. A great combination of history and modernity. It lies in the heart of Strontian, within easy walking distance of most facilities. At Lea Cottage you’ll find a warm welcome, a high degree of luxury, and a great breakfast with healthy options. Set in stunning scenery it is an ideal base for your Highland holiday.

Heatherbank Guest House, Strontian
No pets Wifi / broadband

Heatherbank Guest House    Strontian

Heatherbank sits overlooking Strontian at the start of the beautiful Ardnamurchan Peninsula. Ideally placed to explore that and the Morvern, Loch Sunart, Mull, the Small Isles. Whether you are a walker, cyclist, canoeist, wildlife watcher, photographer or just want to relax, Heatherbank has something for everyone. 10 Corbetts within 10 miles, cycle hire available in the village. Easy access to Oban, Fort William, Glenfinnan, Glencoe, Mallaig for Skye ferry, nearby Silver Sands and Loch Morar. All rooms have either ensuite or private facilities, free wi-fi and a delicious home-cooked breakfast.

Homagen Bed & Breakfast, Roy Bridge, near Spean Bridge

Homagen Bed & Breakfast    Roy Bridge    near Spean Bridge

Homagen is family run Bed & Breakfast ideally situated in the Heart of the Highlands, in a rural countryside village of Roy Bridge.Suited to all visitors whether you re touring the Highlands, Passing by, on Business or making the most of the wide range of outdoor activities for all on our door step, our location is ideal for all..Homagen is comfortably furnished with all the facilities that you would expect. It s like Home to Home.


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