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B&B in Forres and Nairn area


Iolaire B&B, Forres
No pets Wifi / broadband

Iolaire B&B    Forres

Sandra and Tez welcome you to Iolaire - their comfortable modern home in Forres - a stones throw from the Dava Way/other paths. Off-street parking and storage for cycles. Short stroll into town for shops, post office, places to eat, etc. Two double rooms (one is king size) with a shared bathroom. A 'snug' for guests with iMac and use of the kitchen to make drinks/prepare snacks/packed lunches. Continental-style breakfast of fresh fruit, fruit juice, muesli/cereal, yoghurt, tea/coffee and butteries/crossant. From 50.00 per room per night. Open all year.

Moray Bay Bed and Breakfast, Ardersier
No pets Wifi / broadband

Moray Bay Bed and Breakfast    Ardersier

Zoe and Adrian welcome you to our comfortable family run bed and breakfast. We offer a complimentary drink on arrival..Please be aware that check in time is 5.30pm onwards. Our well established garden has an outside decking area from which you can sit, relax and take in the view over farmland..Moray Bay is situated in the quiet village of Ardersier. We are just 2 miles away from Castle Stuart golf links, which have hosted the Scottish open in recent years.

The Invernairne, Nairn
Pets by arrangement

The Invernairne    Nairn

Set in one and a half acres of gardens overlooking the Moray Firth, with a private path that leads down to the promenade and sandy beaches, the Invernairne is perfectly situated as a base while visiting the Highlands of Scotland..We are Members of the Highlands of Scotland Tourist Board..In 1879 the locally famous Doctor Grigor chose this prime site on the West side of Nairn to build his Italian-inspired villa and now the current owners Ryan and Camilla look forward to welcoming you on your visit to the Highlands.


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