B&B in Kintail and Lochalsh

No pets Wifi / broadband

Shepherd's Cottage B&B    Nostie

Shepherd’s Cottage is an original croft cottage modernised to the highest standards including comfortable en suite twin or king size double rooms. Your continental, light or full Scottish breakfast is taken in the sun lounge / guest sitting room with picturesque views down the glen. This is an ideal centre to visit such famous sites as the photogenic Eilean Donan Castle, imposing Kintail five sisters, beautiful Plockton and of course the magical Isle of Skye. A warm welcome, comfy bed and great breakfast, are fully inclusive.

Heisgeir, Morvich
Wifi / broadband

Heisgeir    Morvich

Our home is situated in the small village of Morvich, at the foot of the famous Five Sisters of Kintail mountain range, making us the perfect base for those coming to the Highlands who want to enjoy some spectacular hillwalking. We have two beautiful double rooms, both of which have en-suite facilities, and stunning views of the surrounding area. There is a lounge with dining area where you can sit and relax in the evening, in front of our cosy wood burning stove, looking out towards Loch Duich. A full scottish breakfast is served along with a selection of cereals and fruit. Free wi-fi is available.

The Schoolhouse, Dornie
No pets Wifi / broadband

The Schoolhouse    Dornie

Situated in the picturesque Highland village of Dornie, this former village school has been sympathetically renovated to offer a new style of accommodation with warm, comfortable rooms plus a self catering facility. Accommodation at The Schoolhouse features 4 ensuite bedrooms with impressive views and shared access to a self catering kitchen/dining area. Guests have the choice of cooking their own meals or eating out.

Within easy walking distance of Eilean Donan Castle, this relaxed and peaceful setting overlooking Loch Duich is a great base for exploring Skye and the West Highlands.

Soluis Mu Thuath, Braeintra, near Plockton
Pets by arrangement

Soluis Mu Thuath    Braeintra    near Plockton

Gerry and Margaret offer a warm Highland welcome to walkers. Set in peaceful Strath Ascaig between Plockton and Strome Ferry, Soluis Mu Thuath is centrally situated for walking in Kintail, Applecross, Torridon or Skye. This three star guest house has five ensuite bedrooms, guest lounge with wood burner, lovely views and plenty of off-road parking. Evening meals and packed lunches are available by prior arrangement using local produce where possible.

The Old Post Office House B&B, Balmacara
No pets Wifi / broadband

The Old Post Office House B&B    Balmacara

The Old Post Office House is a cottage size B&B, built in 1886. It is situated on the main A87 road to Skye and has magnificent views across Loch Alsh. With two ensuite double rooms (one with a loch view) the Old Post Office House provides an excellent location from which to explore the Lochalsh area and the Isle of Skye.

Beinn Edra Bed & Breakfast, Inverinate
No pets Wifi / broadband

Beinn Edra Bed & Breakfast    Inverinate

Your hosts, Christine and John Smyth offer a warm welcome to Beinn Edra in Inverinate by Loch Duich. Situated on the A87 - the highway to Skye - overlooking Loch Duich and ringed by mountains and forests. An awesome panorama for all seasons.

We offer two choices: 'Main Rooms' or 'Cabin' accommodation. The main rooms are 3 comfortable double bedded en suite rooms with tea & coffee facilities, whilst the Cabin sleeps 3 in single beds and has a kitchenette and Sky TV.

Seadrift Bed and Breakfast, Nostie, near Dornie
No pets Wifi / broadband

Seadrift Bed and Breakfast    Nostie    near Dornie

Seadrift Bed & Breakfast is a new purpose built B&B offering all the comfort & luxuries you require with two of the rooms having wonderful seaviews. It is situated on the shores of Loch Alsh and is only a few minutes from the village of Dornie which boasts the famous Eilean Donan Castle. 10 minutes drive to the Skye Bridge at Kyle of Lochalsh or to see the palm trees of Plockton a 15 min drive. It is an ideal central base for touring round Skye & Lochalsh and is also central for hill walkers and climbers.

Taigh na Colum Cilli Bed & Breakfast, Drumbuie, near Plockton
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Taigh na Colum Cilli Bed & Breakfast    Drumbuie    near Plockton

Taigh na Colum Cilli is a traditional croft house with a purpose-built extension for accommodation. We are set in the beautiful village of Drumbuie which is two and a half miles from Plockton, surrounded by working crofts and common grazing and are a five minute walk from the beach. Ensuite rooms have individual external doors, patio area complete with seating and disposable BBQ stand, iPod docking station, a DVD player and access to our DVD library. Dogs are welcome.

Mo Dhachaidh Bed & Breakfast, Inverinate
No pets Wifi / broadband

Mo Dhachaidh Bed & Breakfast    Inverinate

Mo Dhachaidh is rated 3 star for B&B by the Tourist Board and is situated in an elevated position above Loch Duich in Wester Ross. Commanding superb views of the Kintail Mountains, the Cuillins of Skye and the dramatic scenery of the Loch itself - 3 miles from the famous Eilean Donan Castle.

The accommodation offered: 1 Family en-suite, 1 Twin, 1 Double and 1 Single. A very comfortable residents TV lounge and ample off-road parking for 4 cars plus the local owners' own brand of Highland hospitality make this a truly inviting place to stay for the duration of your holiday.

Ceol na Mara, Balmacara
Wifi / broadband

Ceol na Mara    Balmacara

Ceol Na Mara is situated on the shores of Loch Alsh. Both our rooms have stunning views of the sea and the mountains. We are in an ideal position for exploring the Isle of Skye and the Lochalsh area.

Our rooms are both en-suite. The superior King size room having many original features and a stunning view. A large tiled bathroom with stand alone bath and double shower.

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