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Dble Ensuite B&B room nr Loch Ness

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1 Bed

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Cosy, comfortable double bedroom with en suite bathroom in a quiet, rural setting near Loch Ness and the village of Drumnadrochit with its restaurants and inns for your evening meal. Continental breakfast is included in the room price.

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A good night's sleep starts with a comfortable double bed - there's an electric blanket and an extra quilt in case you're cold.

The Space
Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Bed & Breakfast
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: 4:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM


Weekly Price: $526 /week
Monthly Price: $1052 /month
Cancellation: Moderate


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Safety Features
Smoke Detector
Carbon Monoxide Detector
First Aid Kit
Safety Card
Fire Extinguisher

1 night minimum stay

View of the bedroom from the en suite bathroom; there's a well-stocked bookcase .

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About the Host, Jennie

Inverness, United Kingdom
Member since July 2010
Response rate: 100% (past 30 days)
Response time: within a few hours

  • Jennie
  • Fiddlers

    Great collection of malt whiskies, and a great welcome. Bistro type restaurant is friendly and welcoming, the coffee shop next door is good too.
  • Borlum Farm Caravan & Camping Park

    Lovely old stone-built riding stables with regular pony-trekking and accompanied rides. Beautiful views of Loch Ness. Riding for the Disabled.
    Drumnadrochit Inverness-Shire IV63
  • Loch Ness Inn

    Excellent food in recently renovated, tasteful surroundings. Always warm! Garden for sunny days where you can sit, drink, eat and play boules. The Coiltie River runs past it.
    IV63 6
  • Urquhart Castle

    Landmark for all visitors to the Highlands. The Visitor Centre is well designed and well appointed; the views up and down Loch Ness and the historic ruins are judged to be worth the £7+ entry fee.
    Inverness IV63
  • Divach Falls

    Before Divach Lodge (where guests in the 19thC included J M Barrie and Lily Langtry) lie Divach Falls - small but impressive waterfalls. A fairly easy walk down from the car park. Lovely views of Drum
    Inverness IV63 6XW
  • Abriachan

    Abriachan Community Forest with well designed walks and views is worth a visit on a day of good weather - the views from Carn na Leitir are terrific.
    Inverness Scotland IV3 8
  • Abriachan Nursery and Gardens

    Lovely garden walks (donations to Scotlands Gardens Scheme). Spectacular views of the Loch and plants for sale.
    Inverness, Highlands and Islands IV3 8
  • Grotaig, at Road End

    Loch Ness Clay Works - idiosyncratic pottery turning out durable, beautiful, useful pieces in the midst of hippyish site near car park for (fairly easy climb) Meallfuarvonnie, 2200ft.
    Balbeg IV63 6
  • Dores Inn

    The food and drink are excellent, its a lovely old building and the garden includes Loch Ness beach.
    Inverness, Highlands and Islands IV2 6
  • Foyers

    The Falls of Foyers are worth a detour especially on a sunny day. Be careful near the edge of the paths!
    Inverness Scotland IV2 6
  • Corrimony

    Quiet glen. RSPB Bird Reserve. Prehistoric chambered cairn.
    Scotland IV63 6
  • Kilmorack Gallery

    Consistently interesting, often exciting art works housed in lovely converted church near Aigas dam.
    Beauly Inverness-Shire IV4 7
  • Brin Herb Nursery

    Stunning setting for this lovely specialist nursery in a converted school. Collection of historic Scottish plants. Nice cafe with home baking. A good stop on the south side of Loch Ness
    Inverness IV2 6
  • The Cnoc Hotel

    Good, slightly old fashioned British cookery, very friendly service.
    Struy, Inverness-shire, IV4 7JU
  • Beauly

    Original market square, free parking, excellent deli/cafe (Corner on the Square), butcher, baker, greengrocer, general stores, ironmonger, Campbells (for authentic tweeds) and other clothes shops.
    Beauly Scotland IV4 7
  • Invermoriston

    A Wade Bridge, some spectacular waterfalls and a beautiful walk through woodland to Loch Ness are three reasons to visit.
    Invermoriston Scotland IV63
  • Cannich

    Gateway to Glen Affric, a National Park full of scenic beauty and with plenty of walks. Ask to borrow a guidebook and go exploring with a packed lunch. You can hire bicycles in Cannich.
    Beauly Scotland IV4 7
  • Eden Court Theatre

    Two theatres, two small very comfortable cinemas, a cafe and an award winning building.
    Bishop's Road Inverness IV3 5
  • Plodda Falls

    Beyond Plodda Lodge are the Falls, created in the 19thC to enhance the estate. A rough drive but a lovely secluded spot. Steep walks.
    Beauly IV4 7LY
  • Bogbain Adventure and Heritage Farm

    Clay pigeon shooting, quad bikes, paintballing, all sorts of things to keep adults amused, plus musical events in the atmospheric old barn of a working farm. Cafe restaurant and food shop too.
    Inverness Highland IV2 5
  • Glen Strathfarrar

    Scenic, quiet, unspoiled glen with limited car access - get there early in the day. Ideal place for a picnic or for seeing wildlife.
    IV4 7
  • Munlochy

    Between MunlochY and Tore Roundabout lies the Clootie Well where, still, local people follow the ancient shamanic tradition of tying pieces of cloth (or whole garments) to the trees around the well.
    Munlochy Scotland IV8
  • Culloden Moor

    New visitor centre has been recommended by some guests. Scene of historic defeat of Bonnie Prince Charlie by the forces of the Duke of Cumberland.
    Inverness Scotland IV2 5
  • Clava

    Three large prehistoric (about 2000 BC) chambered cairns and standing stones at Balnuaran, near Culloden battlefield, Well worth the detour for the beautiful, very atmospheric setting.
    Inverness IV2 5EJ
  • Groam House Museum

    The Pictish centre for Ross and Cromarty with 15 carved Pictish stones on display. Open April - Oct, and Saturdays in November.
    Fortrose IV10 8UF
  • Cathedral Square

    A beautiful red sandstone building dating from the 13th Century, Fortrose Cathedral is now in a semi-ruined state - Cromwell used much of the stone for a fort in Inverness - but still worth a visit.
    Cathedral Square Fortrose IV10
  • The Anderson

    Excellent restaurant with a great collection of Belgian beers as well.
    Union Street Fortrose by Inverness Ross-Shire IV10 8TD
  • Invergarry Hotel

    The last time I stopped in here, theyd just taken delivery of a brand new Gaggia machine and the coffee was excellent. Lovely old droving inn in a convenient spot and the foods OK too.
    Invergarry PH35 4HJ
  • Highland Wildlife Park

    Scottish wildlife and endangered animals given room to roam - a pack of wolves, a herd of bison, a pair of polar bears, otters, red squirrels, wildcats and much more. A great day out for all.
    Kingussie PH21 1NL
  • Landmark Centre

    Great activity-based day out for children.
    Carrbridge PH23 3
  • Great Glen Water Park

    Canoeing, kayaking, sailing, swimming, sauna. A good day out for the family. Also useful after skiing at Aonach Mor if the saunas still open!
    Spean Bridge PH34
  • Cromarty Courthouse

    Another reason to visit Cromarty is the old Court House, near the beautiful and recently restored East Church and Hugh Millers Cottage.
    Cromarty Ross-Shire IV11 8XA
  • Hugh Miller's Cottage

    Birthplace of the father of geology, Hugh Miller, this cottage is only one of many reasons to visit Cromarty.
    Church Street Cromarty Highland IV11 8XA
  • Sutor Creek

    Open Wednesday through Sunday, 11am - 9pm, Sutor Creek serves fantastic home made pizzas cooked in a real Italian wood-fired oven, with views across the Cromarty Firth. Fresh caught seafood too.
    Cromarty IV11 8YE
  • Cluanie Inn

    Good for coffee or lunch, the Cluanie Inn is an oasis in a remote fastness on the way to Kintail. Filling station too. The map marker is in the wrong position; the hotel ison the side of the A87.
    Glenmoriston IV63 7YW
  • Balblair Distillery Co Ltd

    Featured heavily in the Ken Loach film, The Angels Share Balblair is a wonderful independent distillery in a glorious Highland setting. Very fine whiskies bottled, unusually, in vintages.
    Tain Ross-Shire IV19 1LB
  • Culbin Sandhills

    An RSPB reserve, one of the best places for viewing wildlife in the whole of the UK - remote, unspoilt and a major feeding and breeding ground for birds - eider, scoters, ringed plover, and more.
  • Benromach

    Sister distillery of Ben Riach with equally devoted attention to quality and a great tour.
    Invererne Road Forres Morayshire IV36 3EB
  • Findhorn Foundation

    Findhorn has a worldwide reputation as an eco-community and is worth a visit. Cafe in the Universal Hall is excellent. Walk down to the beach and look across the Moray Firth to Sutherland.
    Forres IV36 3TB
  • Ullapool

    A purpose built fishing village, with a ferry link to Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis. One of the best fish and chip shops in Scotland, plus the Ceilidh Place, the friendliest hotel, bar, and cafe.
    Ullapool Scotland IV26 2
  • The Benriach Distillery Co

    A small independent distillery which cares passionately about the quality of its malt whisky - sister distillery is Benromach. Both recommended for whisky tours - and whisky!
    IV30 8SJ
  • Gordon & MacPhail

    One of the oldest and most respected retailers of malt whisky in the world. If youre a malt whisky connoisseur, you must visit!
    South Street Elgin IV30 1JX
  • Johnstons Of Elgin

    The finest cashmeres and merino wools in the UK, Johnstons are a byword for quality and good taste.
    Scotland, Elgin IV30 4AF
  • Mallaig

    The end of the railway line from Fort William (served by the Harry Potter train) and the Road to the Isles is a picturesque fishing village and ferry port to Armadale on Skye
    Mallaig Scotland

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