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Inver Park House, Dunbeath
No pets Wifi / broadband

Inver Park House    Dunbeath

Modern, quiet 4* B&B on A9 just north of Dunbeath. Convenient for many walks in Caithness and Sutherland. Drying facilities. All rooms ensuite. Restaurant nearby. Bookable online.

Altnaharra Bed & Breakfast, Altnaharra
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Altnaharra Bed & Breakfast    Altnaharra

If you're planning a break to the beautiful remote wilderness of the Scottish Highlands, you couldn't get more remote, peaceful and beautiful than Altnaharra. So why not stop off and relax at our bed and breakfast? The atmosphere is friendly, the welcome warm and the views spectacular. Whether you're here for the hillwalking (the B&B overlooks one of the famous Munros, Ben Klibreck), sightseeing around nearby Loch Naver, or peace and quiet, our family run home is ideal. Prices from just £30.00 per night. We look forward to seeing you!

The Bothy Bed & Breakfast, Tongue
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

The Bothy Bed & Breakfast    Tongue

Open all year, we are a small, comfortable Highland Bed and Breakfast. Situated in the heart of the scenic village of Tongue. Our ensuite bedrooms have stunning views of Ben Hope and Castle Varich as well, as the ever-changing Kyle of Tongue.

Sit beside a real logfire in our cosy dining room and enjoy a wide breakfast choice of Kippers, smoked Salmon or a first class Full Scottish. Wonderful walks in the area, loch, river and sea fishing, great wildlife watching opportunities, cycling and mountain biking as well as fantastic scenery for artists and photographers.

Scourie Lodge, Scourie
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Scourie Lodge    Scourie

Scourie Lodge overlooks Scourie Bay on the North West coast of Scotland. Ideally placed for the enjoyment of the dramatic scenery, hill walking and other outdoor activities.

With our mature mixed woodland to the north, and south-facing house and walled garden, we offer a peaceful and spacious environment for a relaxing 'time out of time'. Two doubles, two twins, all ensuite, TV, WiFi and drink making facilities in all rooms, guest lounge, drying facilities, traditional and vegetarian Scottish breakfasts. Elisabeth and Angus look forward to welcoming you - open all year.

Mackay's Rooms, Durness
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Mackay's Rooms    Durness

Mackay’s Rooms Durness, contemporary, calm & sexy, all seven rooms are completely gorgeous! Splendid homemade breakfast with daily changing menu. A great wee base to explore this magical land - bring boots for the mountains and wet suits to surf the waves.

If you like big, remote landscapes, you'll love it here and you'll pretty much have it to yourself. Mackay's - is the only place to stay in town, its earthy colours mixing with stone walls, open fires and stripped floors. Visit Sandwood Bay, Cape Wrath, Ben Hope & Loyal.

Invercassley Cottage B&B, Rosehall
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Invercassley Cottage B&B    Rosehall

Ideal for touring Northern Scotland, just over an hour's scenic drive from Inverness, and 40 minutes from both East and West coasts. We offer 2 double en-suite rooms with a lounge, boot/drying room and a breakfast room with stunning views and large breakfast choice. Additional basic twin bedded bothy style accommodation in the grounds, with own private bathroom in main house (must provide own bedding and towels). Secure storage available for cycles and other sporting equipment. Close to: Ben More Assynt, Suilven and Canisp, Inchnadamph and many local walks nearby.


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