Inver Lodge

A Bed and Breakfast in Dingwall

Photo - Inver Lodge

Strathpeffer is a picturesque Victorian Spa Village nestled in the Highlands of Scotland. Around 20 miles North of Inverness, Strathpeffer is ideally situated for exploring many parts of the Highlands.

The village itself boasts beautiful Victorian Architecture, Spa waters, and many walks and trails. Fishing, Shooting, Mountain Biking, Hill Walking and Wildlife are some of the many interests in the local area.

Inver Lodge is run by Kate and Alan Derbyshire, who made their home in the Highlands nearly 20 years ago with their 2 children. They offer a warm and welcoming family home in their traditional Victorian house, local produce, fantastic cooking and a wealth of local knowledge. Please browse the website to discover more, and make your visit to Strathpeffer a special one at Inver Lodge.

Inver Lodge

Guest Facilities

  • 1 x Family
  • 1 x Double
  • 1 x Double/Twin
  • Check-in between: 09:00h and 23:00h.
Strathpeffer
Inverness-shire
IV14 9DL
T 01997 421 392
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The Rooms

  • Photo - Double Bedroom
    Double Bedroom
    Type: Family
    Capacity: 4 adults
    Bathroom: Shared Shower
    In Room: Wifi, Kettle, TV. Double/Family room sleeps 2 - 4, wash hand basin, hospitality tray, TV, wi fi, shared full bathroom and shower.
  • Photo - Double bedroom
    Double bedroom
    Type: Double
    Capacity: 3 adults
    Bathroom: Shared Bath
    In Room: Wifi, TV. Double/Twin room sleeps 1 - 3. private toilet and wash basin, Tv, wi fi, hospitality tray. Shared full bahtroom.
  • Photo - Twin  Bedroom
    Twin Bedroom
    Type: Double/Twin
    Capacity: 2 adults
    Bathroom: Shared Bath
    In Room: Wifi, TV. Twin bedded room sleeps 2. Wash hand basin, TV, wi fi, hospitality tray, shared full bathroom.

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The Private House Stay's Guide

Dingwall

The gem of the region is the spa town of Strathpeffer that was made popular by the Victorians on the discovery of sulphurous springs in the village. The Strathpeffer hotel still has a grandeur that seems incongruous in such a small place and the Pavilion has now been restored to be a magnificent venue for art exhibitions, weddings and other events. It is greatly recommended to drive slowly from Ullapool on the A835 stopping at the signposted recommendations for salmon leaping spots, gorges and scenic viewpoints. A visit to Moniack Castle south of the Beauly Firth is also recommended.