A Bed and Breakfast in Inverness-shire

Photo - Craigiewood

Overlooking Munlochy Bay to the north, it has unsurpassed views westwards through Strathconon and Glens Orrin and Affric. On a clear day we can see a Sister of Kintail, 44 miles away.

Locally there are spectacular walks on the headland (see our Activities page) from where you may see the famous Moray Firth Dolphins and other unusual wild life. The Red Kite is common in this area.

The house is ideally situated for short trips to Inverness and Loch Ness. Cawdor and Brodie Castles, Culloden and Fort George are all within easy reach.

Northward are the Cromarty and Dornoch Firths with historic and attractive maritime towns and villages.

Craigiewood is an excellent starting point for more ambitious journeys to the West Coast. Inverewe, Ullapool, Gairloch, Loch Maree, Torridon and Skye are an easy day trip away.


Guest Facilities

  • 2 x Twin
  • Full Cooked Breakfast
  • Continental Breakfast
  • Sitting Room
  • Garden
  • Parking on site
  • Wifi
  • Afternoon Tea and cake
  • Own Private Lounge
  • Free Parking
  • Check-in between: 16:00h and 19:00h.
North Kessock
T 01463 731 628

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The Rooms

  • Photo - Downstairs Twin Room
    Downstairs Twin Room
    Type: Twin
    Capacity: 2 adults
    Bathroom: Ensuite
    In Room: The twin room with en-suite bathroom and shower is on the ground floor.The window faces south onto the garden.The matching beds are 6ft 6" by 3ft 3"
  • Photo - Upstairs Twin room
    Upstairs Twin room
    Type: Twin
    Capacity: 2 adults
    Bathroom: Ensuite Shower
    In Room: The twin room upstairs is spacious and has a southward view over the garden into a birch wood. There is ample drawer space and a walk-in wardrobe. The shower room is en-suite and is equipped with an electric shower, wash basin and lavatory.

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The county of Inverness-shire is ill-defined by its postcode that stretches as far as Skye. This is an historic situation that came about from the use of the Inverness to Kyle train to deliver post. Since most of the regions to the North and West define themselves as seperate regions, Inverness-shire is best defined as the area centered on Beauly to the West of Inverness city bordered by Ross-shire and the Black Isle to the North.