3. All on ground floor, plus small self-contained 2-bed flat.
lounge, dining room, snug/TV room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), wedding facilities, 5-acre grounds, unsuitable for disabled.
all ages welcomed.
allowed in bedrooms (not on bed or furniture), not in public rooms.
 per room B&B £145–£165.
Good Hotel Guide Review
‘We were thoroughly spoiled.’ Mena and Robyn Aitchison are much appreciated by Guide readers for the ‘wonderful hospitality’ at their ‘well-located’ Georgian stone cottage orné outside Inverness. Everywhere is something to catch the eye. Outside, find a miniature orchard, a large goldfish pond, woodland paths and a riot of colour in the ‘beautiful’ gardens; inside, ‘their house is a treasure chest’ where ‘interesting objects’ abound (antiques, Persian rugs, Chinese vases, potted plants, well-stocked bookshelves). The result is the ‘pleasant, peaceful’ atmosphere of a ‘home away from home’. Lounge about in a ‘cosy’, garden-view bedroom thoughtfully equipped with fresh flowers and dressing gowns; pour yourself a glass from one of the range of malts in the drinks cupboard; play a board game in front of a wood-burning stove in the lounge. In sunshine, sit on one of the garden benches and simply enjoy the wild flower-dotted surroundings. Dinner is no longer on the menu, but a ‘first-rate’ breakfast includes proper porridge, and eggs from the house’s free-range hens. (CE, HA, and others)
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