Private room
2 Guests
1 Bed
$87
Per Night
Per Month
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This room is not available in 2015; instead, a double en suite bedroom and twin bedded room are both listed. Within five minutes' walk of Loch Ness, perfectly situated for touring the North and West Highlands, in a spacious family home. Come visit!

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The double bed, with the window looking west over the garden.

The double bed, with the window looking west over the garden.


The Space
Bed type: Real Bed
Property type: Bed & Breakfast
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1.5
Beds: 1
Check In: 4:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM

Amenities

Prices
Extra people: No Charge
Monthly Price: $636 /month
Cancellation: Moderate

Description

House Rules

Availability
1 night minimum stay
The double bed is comfy, with goosefeather & down duvet and pillows, and a heating pad if you're feeling the chill

The double bed is comfy, with goosefeather & down duvet and pillows, and a heating pad if you're feeling the chill

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About the Host, Jennie

Jennie
Inverness-shire
Member since July 2010
Response rate: 100% (past 30 days)
Response time: within a few hours
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  • Jennie
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  • Cannich

    It is possible to hire bicycles at the Caravan Park in Cannich and to cycle to Tomich and Plodda Falls.
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  • Culloden Moor

    Historic site of the battle which ended Prince Charles Edward Stuarts hopes of gaining the throne of the United Kingdom in 1746. Nearby are the ancient Clava Cairns - no admission fee.
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  • Fortrose

    Picturesque ruined abbey. The Anderson is a renowned restaurant with a selection of Belgian beers. Chanonry point is a good spot for viewing dolphins, seals.
    Fortrose Scotland IV10 8
  • Fort George

    Huge and very impressive fort built after the battle of Culloden, with stunning views and a good museum.
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    Glen Affric is an area of outstanding natural beauty, with stunning walks.
    Glen Affric IV4 7
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    Fishing village with scenic views. Sutor Creek is a tiny restaurant with a wood fired pizza oven and menu featuring locally caught seafood. Cromarty Court Room, Hugh Millers Cottage.
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    Iconic fortress home of the clan Macrae, set in some of the loveliest scenery of Scotlands west coast on the road to Skye.
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