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B&B in Dornoch, Golspie and Lairg


Invercassley Cottage B&B, Rosehall
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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.

2 Quail, Dornoch

2 Quail    Dornoch

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.

Altnacealgach Motel, near Lairg

Altnacealgach Motel    near Lairg

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.


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