B&B in Invergarry, Glen Garry and Knoydart

Farmhouse B&B, Invergarry
No pets Wifi / broadband

Farmhouse B&B    Invergarry

With views across Glengarry to the surrounding mountains and pine forests, our small hill-farm offers peace and tranquillity in an idyllic rural location. An ideal base for walking, climbing and touring the west highlands.

Our bed and breakfast consists of one double en-suite room housed within the farmhouse sleeping 2 people, with own access door providing total privacy for guests. A Continental breakfast is provided and served in your room. Satellite TV/DVD, Wi-Fi, tea/coffee making facilities. Pick up for walkers from either North Laggan or Invergarry Hotel, drop-off next morning.

Knoydart River Cottage, near Inverie, Knoydart
No pets Wifi / broadband

Knoydart River Cottage    near Inverie    Knoydart

Opening in May 2017, Knoydart River Cottage is a luxury bed & breakfast offering three en-suite bedrooms each with their own private outdoor space. Located next to Inverie River, with spectacular views of the surrounding mountains and out to Loch Nevis, the cottage sleeps six to eight people, small groups and family bookings most welcome.

We host evening meals every Wednesday and Saturday throughout the season, to our guests and up to 12 additional diners. Our themed nights include Italian, Scottish Tapas & Seafood! Bed & breakfast bookings now being taken.

Kinlochhourn Farm, Kinlochhourn
Pets by arrangement

Kinlochhourn Farm    Kinlochhourn

Kinlochhourn Farm warmly welcomes guests from April/Easter-October. On the Cape Wrath trail, close to paths leading to Barisdale and Inverie on the Knoydart Peninsular, Arnisdale and Shiel Bridge, our lovely farmhouse is situated in a beautiful and remote west coast location.

We offer B&B, packed lunches, and optional delicious, warming supper. Our washing and drying facilities make sure you’re ready for the next day’s journey. Dogs welcome, but not allowed on the furniture. The Tea Room, open during the day for passing visitors, serves teas, coffees, cakes and bacon sandwiches.

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