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B&B in the Black Isle, Dingwall and Garve


Craigiewood, North Kessock
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Craigiewood    North Kessock

Craigiewood offers en-suite accommodation and stands in its own six acres of land, only 4 miles from Inverness on the Black Isle but is located in an isolated area of superb countryside.

Overlooking Munlochy Bay to the north, it has unsurpassed views westwards through Strathconon and Glens Orrin and Affric. On a clear day we can see a Sister of Kintail, 44 miles away. Locally there are spectacular walks on the headland (see our Activities page) from where you may see the famous Moray Firth Dolphins and other unusual wild life. The Red Kite is common in this area.

Home Farm, Muir of Ord
No pets

Home Farm    Muir of Ord

4 Star GOLD Our comfortable Bed and Breakfast is in a quiet rural location on the outskirts of Muir of Ord a village on the Black Isle close to Inverness we offer quality accommodation a friendly atmosphere and warm Scottish hospitality.Visitors to our Bed & Breakfast are ideally placed for touring the Scottish Highlands including Inverness and Loch Ness.Daytrips to the West coast.the Isle of Skye and the Cairngorms National Park are also possible.

The Garden House Guest House, Strathpeffer
No pets Wifi / broadband

The Garden House Guest House    Strathpeffer

The guesthouse is located in the picturesque village of Strathpeffer providing five en suite rooms with tea/coffee facilities and a guest lounge with TV and free wi-fi. The area offers excellent walking of various levels and we provide hearty home cooked meals on your return. You are welcome to bring a bottle of your choice to the table. We are happy to provide packed lunches on request and assist in cleaning and drying equipment. The area also offers good mountain bike terrain, fishing and golf.

Sydney House Bed & Breakfast, Cromarty
No pets Wifi / broadband

Sydney House Bed & Breakfast    Cromarty

Sydney House Bed and Breakfast is a traditional Georgian House situated on Cromarty High Street. Built in 1849 it was originally known as "Watt's Temperance Hotel" and has recently been renovated to a high standard with comfortable furnishing in the en-suite guest rooms. Cromarty is a short drive from the Highland Capital of Inverness and is an ideal base for your Highland walking or touring holiday. Cromarty is considered to be the Highlands' best preserved historic town. Whatever you are looking for whether it be the great outdoors, castles, distilleries or just peace and quiet, you will find it here. Lots of opportunities for dolphin watching, birdwatching, hill walking, fishing and golfing all set in beautiful scenery. A great base to explore the Highlands.

Knockbain House, near Dingwall
No pets Wifi / broadband

Knockbain House    near Dingwall

Come to Knockbain House for your Highland walking holiday and enjoy staying in our newly modernised home in the miiddle of a small working agricultural estate. We are very close to the market town of Dingwall which has excellent road and rail connections with the North and North West Highlands. We are on an excellent long and short distance path network which offers return opportunities by rail or bus. Choose from a large double suite room or twin room with private shower. Exclusive use of main sitting room and dining room.

Old Drynie House, Kilmuir, near Inverness

Old Drynie House    Kilmuir    near Inverness

Set within 20 acres of Victorian parkland the luxurious Old Drynie House Bed and Breakfast is situated on the Black Isle. We are rated 4 Stars by VisitScotland and boast a 9.6.Exceptional.rating on Booking.com. We were also awarded.Luxury B&B of the Year.for Scotland by the Luxury Travel Guide in February 2016..In the mornings Old Drynie House serves breakfast in the dining room which overlooks the garden. Dishes are prepared using locally sourced organic produce.

Hillview Park, Muir of Ord
Wifi / broadband

Hillview Park    Muir of Ord

Hillview park would like to welcome you to our friendly family run bed and breakfast accommodation just 12 miles from Inverness the capital of the Highlands. We are a modern bungalow with spacious comfortable en-suite bedrooms located just one mile from the picturesque village of Beauly where you can see the.interesting ruin of the Beauly Priory and in Muir of Ord you can sample a dram of whisky in Glen Ord Distillery or have a round of golf just 2 minutes away.

Inchbae Lodge Inn, near Garve

Inchbae Lodge Inn    near Garve

The Inchbae Lodge Inn is the perfect venue from which to explore this beautiful country.just a short distance off the main route of the North Coast 500 30 minutes from Ullapool on the A835 in the heart of the Scottish Highlands with peace and quiet you only get in a rural location.. The Inchbae Lodge Inn is just a mile west of Ben Wyvis for your list of Munros with the Fannichs 5 miles away for more adventureous explorers climbers and winter walkers.

Hillhaven Bed & Breakfast, Fortrose
Wifi / broadband

Hillhaven Bed & Breakfast    Fortrose

p Welcome to Hillhaven Bed & Breakfast where we provide 4-star bed and breakfast accommodation in Fortrose in the Highlands of Scotland. As a family-run guesthouse set just outside Fortrose Ross-Shire we re only 10 miles from Inverness and within easy reach of much that the Highlands of Scotland has to offer. We are ideally placed for tourists who want to discover the Highlands with Ullapool Loch Ness and Dornoch all within an hours drive. There s even private parking available on site.

The Royal Guesthouse

The Royal Guesthouse

Within 2 minutes walk from the Town Centre and renowned for its big Scottish breakfast The Royal Guest House is the ideal location to stay for both business and leisure travellers. Please enjoy our web site and if you have any questions simply get in touch. We look forward to welcoming you to The Roya lGuest House. Here at The Royal Guest House we have a wide selection of accommodation available.


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