A Bed and Breakfast in Loch Ness
Experience the life of a working farm with Highland Cows Overlooking Loch Ness where you will be warmly received by your Scottish farming family based in rural location, yet only minutes from village of Drumnadrochit.
This is the home of the Urquhart family (same clan as the castle). We breed "hairy highland cows" and their adorable calves. The herd also comprises of Aberdeen Angus, Limousin and other continental breeds.
Drumbuie Farm is also home to Jacob, Hebridean, Su
Midsummer sees a flurry of excitement as we battle to get the hay and silage cut and baled in super quick time.
The farm is in an enviable position. The top field gives you fabulous views of Urquhart Castle and Loch Ness. There is a pleasant woodland walk just below the lower fields - if you're lucky you might see some deer playing there.
The farm is also situated on the Great Glen Way where you can experience a Great breakfast choices and Home Baking. Tariff from £34 pppn, Single supplement of £10
The farmhouse is open all year round and is non-smoking -
- 2 x Double
- 1 x Twin
- Check-in between: 09:00h and 23:00h.
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4 Poster Bedroom
Type: Double Capacity: 2 adults Bathroom: Ensuite Shower In Room: A double bedroom with four poster bed and ensuite power shower
Type: Double Capacity: 2 adults Bathroom: Ensuite Bath In Room: A double bedroom with ensuite bath and overhead power shower
Type: Twin Capacity: 2 adults Bathroom: Ensuite Shower In Room: A twin bedroom with large ensuite showerroom
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The Private House Stay's Guide
The beautiful village of Drumnadrochit, 15 miles south of Inverness is home to the World Famous Loch Ness Exhibition Centre. The Exhibition itself has been written, designed and narrated by well known scientist and foremost authority on the subject, Adrian Shine. With 7 themed chambers the Loch Ness Exhibition keeps alive the mystery of the Loch Ness Monster but seeks to give visitors the opportunity to learn about the Loch, its extraordinary depth and its geological significance. The Loch forms part of the Great Glen and the Caledonian Canal.