A Bed and Breakfast in The Black Isle
- The Black Isle
- 1 x Twin
- 2 x Double
For the outdoor enthusiast, there are many local woodland tracks, with walking and climbing on some of Scotlandâ€™s best Munroes within a short drive, and ten golf courses in our local area. We are just a ten minute drive from the Highland capital of Inverness, yet are only an hour from the West coast. Kintail House is a non-smoking property newly built in 2010. Great attention to detail has been paid to its spacious interior, with a mixture of modern and antique furnishings throughout. It has the ambiance of a traditional Highland home, with the added comforts of modern day living. We offer luxury accommodation for our guests with a welcoming living room with open fire, and a spacious dining hall. All rooms have complimentary hospitality trays, with towelling robes and toiletries offered for all our guests.
- Guests get own house keys
- Luggage Storage
- Parking on site
- Sitting Room
- Full Cooked Breakfast
Muir of Ord
T 01349 865409
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Type: Twin Capacity: 2 + 1* adults 1 child Bathroom: Ensuite Shower In Room: Internet, Kettle. A Twin bedded room with ensuite shower/w.c.
Type: Double Capacity: 2 adults Bathroom: Ensuite Shower In Room: Internet, Kettle. A Double with 5 ft bed with ensuite shower/W.C
Type: Double Capacity: Bathroom: Ensuite Bath & Shower In Room: A superior Double with 5ft bed and bath/shower/w.c.
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The Black Isle
The Black Isle is a peninsula just North of Inverness of fertile land bordered by the Beauly and Moray Firth to the south, and the Cromarty Firth to the north. The Village of Beauly is a lovely place to visit that prides itself on its floral displays (a past winner of the Britain in Bloom competition) and there are other attractive villages with tourist facilities such as Dingwall, Cromarty and Munlochy. The area has become more popular in the last two decades thanks to the erection of the Kessock Bridge, joining the Black Isle with Inverness making it a 20 minute car journey from the city.