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.
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.
Formerly the local primary school we have a relaxed, informal and friendly atmosphere. For 2017 all our bathrooms have been refurbished, Room 8 and 5 offers stunning views over Loch Inchard and out to the Atlantic. We are situated in the heart of the Geopark and are also just a short distance off the main NC500 route. Ideally situated for exploring the North and West, with glorious beaches just a short drive away. The restaurant offers a wide range of cuisine which is prepared in house, using locally sourced produce.
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.
Peedie Ranch is ideally situated in the far north, just a short drive from Scotland's fabulous northern coastline and Dunnet Bay. We offer a warm welcome to people looking to explore this beautiful region of Scotland. There's so much to see including John o'Groats, the Castle of Mey and lots, lots more.
Double ensuite room and single room with private bathroom. Sitting/dining room with Freeview television, fridge, microwave/oven/grill, tea and coffee making facilities. Free WiFi. A continental breakfast is served from 8 till 9 every morning, or earlier by arrangement.
Kindale House is situated in the heart of the beautiful picturesque village of Helmsdale. The house has been tastefully refurbished to a very high standard to provide warm, comfortable accommodation and excellent value for money. The highest rated STB accommodation in Helmsdale. We pride ourselves on using good local produce wherever possible (local seafood & game, herbs & salad from the garden).
Helmsdale is a fantastic base for touring the North Highlands, walking, cycling, photography, wildlife watching, visit John O'Groats, Orkney, distilleries, Dunrobin Castle and the Castle of May.
A warm welcome awaits visitors to this beautiful corner of the UK. Kinlochbervie is the most northerly port on the west coast of Scotland and makes a fantastic base to explore the wonderful coastal and mountain scenery – Sandwood Bay, Cape Wrath, hill walking, canoeing, fishing, horse riding, diving and wildlife watching.
Our home is in the heart of the village with a double and a twin room, both comfortably decorated and furnished, TV, coffee/tea making facilities, free WiFi. The rooms enjoy superb views over the mountains and Loch Inchard.
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.
Our very informal B&B sits in a beautiful woodland setting. We particularly welcome longer bookings, offering discounts the longer you stay. We have superb knowledge of the locality and provide our own annotated walking maps of walks we have done, along with recommendations based on daily weather forecasts. We welcome workers. Special deals for groups and families. Evening meals & packed lunches on request, and a limited degree of self catering available. Secluded double ensuite bedroom and a single / twin room, not ensuite. Car parking, bicycle / motorbike storage, wheelchair access.
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.
Consistently awarded five stars for its accommodation over many years from the AA ..also a UK Friendliest B & B finalist breakfast award and dinner awards now updated for 2016/17. Mentioned in many guides including The Good Hotel Guide and Michelin..2 Quail is an ideal place to stay in the area whether touring the Highlands visiting Dornoch for a wedding at Dornoch Cathedral or playing Championship golf on our World famous links course at Royal Dornoch Golf Club.
Keith and Virginia welcome you to Harbour House built in 1864 for the British Fisheries Board.. The house was home to the harbour masters of Pulteney and Wick Harbours until 2000 when it was purchased by ourselves. The house overlooks Wick bay with great views of the harbour and marina with 4 letting rooms en-suite with tea/coffee facilities. Continental or full scottish breakfast.
Previously an old coaching inn & famous fishing lodge on the main A837 Lairg - Lochinver Road the Altnacealgach has been catering for outdoor sportsmen & fisherman since Victorian times..Following a catastrophic fire in 1986 the inn was rebuilt as a pub/restaurant and motel.the pub/restaurant in the old converted barn and the accommodation in a new self contained block..The Altnacealgach Motel is set in a peaceful and picturesque location with all rooms looking out across Loch Borralan.