Twin-bedded Room, near Loch Ness

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2 Beds
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Large, sunny, comfy room with views through the trees to Loch Ness, a few hundred yards uphill from the Great Glen Way. A warm welcome and the comforts of home await you in this quiet, secluded house 1.2km from the centre of Drumnadrochit.

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A small Velux window looks North to the trees on the hill behind the house.

A small Velux window looks North to the trees on the hill behind the house.

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


Cancellation: Moderate


House Rules

1 night minimum stay
The twin Velux windows look South towards Loch Ness, which can be seen through the trees.

The twin Velux windows look South towards Loch Ness, which can be seen through the trees.

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