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You can always start the day with our other traditional Scottish breakfast — porridge (made with oatmeal) — topping it (if preferred) with either salt, brown sugar, honey, sultanas etc.

Our house is situated in a lovely garden, with a quiet, private patio area available for guest use.

Our spacious, light and airy bedrooms are individually decorated and furnished, and fully centrally heated, with comfort and relaxation in mind.

Each of our three rooms is decorated in a contemporary style and maintained to an excellent standard.

Inverness airport is a fifteen minute drive / taxi ride, and well served by Flybe and Easyjet. A9 to Inverness, Pass the Daviot Wood tourist information centre and on approach to the city take the second slip road signposted Culloden, Hilton and Raigmore Hospital.

Go right at the roundabout, progress through traffic lights on Old Perth Road (Hospital on right), straight through next mini roundabout onto Culcabock Road.

Our house is fully non-smoking, with facilities including off-street parking, secure garage for bikes / motorbikes, ironing and drying space, free wi-fi, and a spare laptop if needed.

The city centre is just five minutes walk, where you can find the Tourist Information Office, Inverness Castle, the Museum, Eden Court Theatre and many popular restaurants and bars; Culloden Battlefield, Loch Ness and many other sites are only a fifteen minute car journey away.

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We will do our best to accommodate any dietary requirements — just let us know at time of booking.

We are firmly committed to using local produce for our breakfast menu and therefore, where possible, we specifically purchase local, then Scottish, and then British goods.

Proceed into Inverness to large roundabout (Raigmore interchange), go straight through, pass the Thistle Hotel on your right and at next roundabout turn left onto Old Perth Road (then follow directions from the North) An ideal base from which to tour the splendours of the Scottish Highlands, Inverness is situated on the stunning River Ness with its idyllic island walks accessed by several Victorian bridges.

On the banks of the river you will also find a modern theatre (Eden Court), St Andrew's Cathedral built in 1869, and nearby the city's Museum and Art Gallery located next to the Castle and Tourist Information Centre.

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