Bed and Breakfasts in Ross-Shire

This area is now part of the Highlands and people have been in this area since the Ice Age. WIth 9000 years of this area being inhabited there is a massive amount of history and culture to learn about. You will find many ruins of Clan castle here.

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Beechwood Lodge, Ardross, Ross-shire, Scottish Highlands

PPPN £45
PR2S £65
Allows PetsNo SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenHas WiFi/Internet
Beechwood Lodge offers B&B accommodation at Ardross in the Scottish Highlands. We are in a quiet, scenic location with views, yet only three miles from the nearest town. We have two guest bedrooms available: Room 1 is a double room, with it's own en-suite bathroom (with a shower over the bath) and toilet. Room 2 is a twin room with it's own en-suite shower room and toilet. Both rooms are adjacent making it ideal for a familly. Both rooms overlook the surounding countryside and hills around us. You can see the views from both rooms on the photographs page. Both rooms have tea and coffee making facilities and digital (freeview) television. Downstairs there is a guests lounge where breakfast is served, and where you can relax at your leisure, or watch television (again digital freeview). We have clothes drying facilities and a boot room, should the weather prove less than perfect. Wireless internet access is available via our broadband connection and local wireless router. Bring your wireless laptop with you and keep in touch while on holiday. Outside our garden is very private and not overlooked by other houses. A small burn runs through the garden creating a natural water feature and making it a nice place to relax. Ardross is located about 20 miles north of the Highland capital Inverness, and is in the county of Easter Ross. It lies on the B9176 road that runs between the town of Alness on the Cromarty Firth and the village of Bonar Bridge on the Dornoch Firth. This road is signposted as the "Moray Firth Tourist Route" and is a scenic alternative to the A9 for those traveling up or down the East coast of Scotland. This road is also on the most common Lands End to John O Groats route, making us a convenient stop over for those travelling End to End. Please visit our website for more information on our B&B. Rates: From £45 per person per night. From £65 per room per night based on 2 people sharing. Children are welcome. Pets welcome. Wi-Fi Access. Off street parking.

The Berry, Kyle of Lochalsh, Ross-shire

PPPN £35
No Smoking
Set amidst the stunning mountainous region of LOCHALSH, this ‘hidden-gem’ nestles in a secluded, highland glen, overlooking LOCH LONG, in north-west Scotland. ‘THE BERRY’, just nine miles away from the SKYE BRIDGE, is not only ‘THE GATEWAY TO THE ISLES’ but a perfect base from which to ebb and flow – within easy reach of EILEAN DONAN CASTLE, GLENELG and it’s famous brochs and car ferry; SANDAIG of “RING OF BRIGHT WATER” fame, APPLECROSS, PLOCKTON, and the beautiful ISLE OF SKYE itself – to name but a few places. The house is elegant, yet informal, overflowing with character and charm. The bedrooms are light and fresh, and the guest sitting room has south facing views over the loch and surrounding hills. Breakfasts and mouth-watering dinners are thoughtfully and skilfully prepared using locally sourced ingredients, and are enjoyed in the Rayburn-warmed kitchen – the heart of this delightful ‘resting place’! Packed lunches are also willingly provided for those who want to take to the hills for the day. Good ‘pub-grub’ can be found a 10 minute drive away in the small village of DORNIE, with other excellent restaurants further-a-field. For those who wish to stretch their legs, THE BERRY makes an ideal starting point, with good walks from the house, and a huge variety of a more serious sort for ‘MUNRO BAGGERS’, with the GLOMACH FALLS and the FIVE SISTERS OF KINTAIL being a stones throw away. For less energetic pursuits there are several interesting boat trips locally, the highly acclaimed ATTADALE GARDENS and a couple of golf courses. This area boasts an abundance of flowers and wildlife, from orchids to golden eagles; sea-thrift to dolphins, red deer and otters – the latter of which can often be seen from the house playing on the loch below. Above all, THE BERRY is an ideal refuge for those who value peace, good food and comfort, in a very special corner of the Highlands. Perfect for artists, photographers, walkers, naturalists or for those simply seeking solace. Rates: From £35 per person per night. Children are welcome. No smoking. Sorry, no pets.

Netherton Farm B&B, Culbokie, Dingwall, Ross-shire

PPPN £30
PR2S £60
Allows PetsNo SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenHas WiFi/Internet
Netherton Farm B&B offers bed and breakfast accommodationlocated in Culbokie near Dingwall in Ross-shire. Our B&B is perfect for those who want to explore the Northern Highlands. Rooms include: Free Wi-Fi. TV/DVD. Use of house computer. Breakfast is served between 7.30am and 9.00am - let us know your choice the day before. Whenever possible, the sausages and bacon are from Netherton's Tamworth cross Wild Boar pigs. All eggs are from our hens - definitely free range! The house particularly suits group bookings (for example wedding parties, cyclists or Land's End to John O'Groats travellers), giving you the advantage of privacy in spacious accommodation. We can offer reduced rates for longer lets, for corporate bookings or for repeating regular bookings, particularly during the off-peak months from October to May inclusive. We welcome enquiries from workers and students. You will never be short of things to do or places to go while visiting us. Nearby you will find: Plenty of places to enjoy birdwatching. Black Isle Brewery. Black Isle Show. Bobgain Farm. Dalmore Distillery. Dingwall Mart. Muir of Ord Golf Club. Plus much more. Arriving from the south: Take the B9169 right off the A9 about 13km north of Inverness and proceed to Culbokie (2km). Turn left immediately after the pub and you'll see Netherton Farm off on the right, half way down the hill to the Cromarty Firth. Arriving from the north or west: Turn left onto the B9163 as you cross the Cromarty Firth Bridge onto the Black Isle. Turn immediately right and Netherton Farm is half way up the hill to Culbokie, on the left. For more information please visit our website. Rates: From £30 per person per night. From £60 per room per night based on 2 people sharing. Children are welcome. Pets are allowed. Off street parking. Free Wi-Fi/internet access.

Orcadia, Brae, Ross-shire

PPPN £32
Allows PetsNo SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenDisabled Access
Orcadia Bed and Breakfast is situated in the village of Munlochy on the Black Isle, only 8 miles from Dingwall and Inverness. Our family room is actually more of a suite, covering the entire upper floor of the house. It is totally private and consists of: Family Bedroom containing 1 double and 1 single bed. Private shower room and wc with dressing table. Private sitting room with TV. Our downstairs double room has all the comforts you will need for the perfect stay, including: Double bed Kettle with a selection of tea or coffee TV En-suite toilet and basin Shared shower and jacuzzi bath Use of a shared sitting room B&B residents can look forward to a full Scottish breakfast served in the conservatory. Inverness, the main city in the area is only 8 miles away from Orcadia Bed & Breakfast, as is Dingwall. Inverness has lots of shops, leisure centre, aquadome and rollerball. The village of Munlochy is only 1/2 mile away with two shops, post office and a hotel where you can get good meals. There are plenty of really nice walks in the vicinity and you can travel almost anywhere in the Highlands and return to Munlochy in one day. Situated in private gardens our 34', 6 berth caravan includes one double bedroom and two smaller twin bedrooms. All linen provided except towels. Rates: From £32 per person per night. Children are welcome. No smoking. Pets are allowed. Disabled facilities - please enquire for details. Off street parking.

Aultguish Inn, Garve, Highlands, Ross-shire

PR2S £90
3 Star3 Star3 Star
Allows PetsNo SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenDinner AvailableDisabled AccessHas WiFi/Internet
Aultguish Inn is a remote traditional Scottish roadside inn on the A835, by Glascarnoch Dam between Inverness and Ullapool. The Aultguish Inn offers bed and breakfast in a choice of either courtyard or inn rooms. The courtyard rooms can be super king size or twin rooms and have walk in double shower rooms. The inn rooms can be twin or double with an en suite bathroom with bath, overhead shower, WC and wash basin. Both our courtyard and inn guest rooms offer the following: Hairdryers. Central heating. Toiletries. Tea & coffee making facilities. Daily housekeeping. Breakfast is served in the eating area of the inn where there is a range of food available, breakfast is served from 8.00am - 9.00am. Guests can also enjoy an evening meal at the guest accommodation. All of the meals are home cooked and dishes such as lasagne, steak pie and chicken curry are available. Guests can relax at the cosy bar that has a traditional stone fireplace and a pool table. There are also cards, board games, magazines and books available. Outside there is a courtyard area for guests to sit outside. This bed and breakfast accommodation is surrounded by many mountains and high peaks making this the ideal location for walkers and climbers. There are also many attractions for birdwatchers and wildlife enthusiasts close by. The Glen Ord Distillery is a popular attraction that gives you the chance to see how the whisky is made and even try some. Many guests also enjoy visiting Inverewe Garden & Estate which is a world famous historical garden that is one of Scotland's most popular botanical attractions. For more information please visit our website. Rates: From £90 per room per night based on 2 people sharing. Children are welcome. Pets are allowed by arrangement. Disabled facilities - please enquire for details. Dinner available. Off street parking. Wi-Fi/internet access. 3 Star Visit Scotland.

Westlea House Bed & Breakfast, Ullapool, Ross-Shire

PPPN £45
PR2S £80
No SmokingOff Street ParkingHas WiFi/Internet
Westlea House delivers Ullapools first boutique bed & breakfast accommodation. This stylish accommodation is located in the centre of the Scottish Highlands. We are perfectly located in a quiet cherry lined street just back from the quaint harbour front. There are 5 guest bedrooms available which are all en suite and include a TV, FREE Wi-Fi, Egyptian cotton and tea/coffee making facilities. In the morning you will be served a full Scottish breakfast which includes award winning locally sourced ingredients. The stylish guest’s lounge, complete with contemporary Aga wood burner, separate seating areas, art, books and vinyl records will entice guests out of their rooms. The open plan dining area serves as the breakfast area but also allows guests to eat or drink their own food and beverages at other times. Ullapool is centrally located in the centre of the Highlands on the shore of Loch Broom. It provides easy access to this beautiful region and whilst it is located on the west coast, the east and north coastlines can both be reached within 1hr 30mins. It is the perfect base to explore this beautiful region no matter if you are on foot, cycling, motorbike or touring in your car or camper van. You will be surprised by how much there is to do in this wonderful place. For more information please visit our website Rates: From £45 per person per night. From £80 per room per night based on 2 people sharing. Sorry, no pets allowed. Children welcome by prior arrangement – please enquire for details. Wi-Fi/internet access. Off street parking.
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