We spent 2 nights in June while exploring the Highlands and the Isle of Skye. Binnilidh Mhor B&B truly lived up to its 4 Star rating. Modern yet quaint, extremely clean, in a quiet beautiful location not too far off the main road. Close to Loch Ness and the Isle of Sky.
Sheila and Allan are great hosts that make you very welcome when you first arrive. Binnilidh Mhor B&B would be 5 stars if it were closer to a big city.
Breakfast choices can please most anyone and Sheila cooks it just the way you want it. The rates are very reasonable for services provided. We've paid much more and got way less at other places.
We only stayed 2 nights but I would recommend at least 3 to explore the area. We won't hesitate to return to Binnilidh Mhor B&B again.
Great for senior travelers, young couples, and small families.
Calvin & Jane from Georgia, USA
Situated in Inverness, this bed & breakfast is in the same area as Benedictine Abbey. Regional attractions also include Glen …More
This B+B was awesome! Norrie and Jenny were the perfect Hosts. Large room, large bathroom, great breakfast. they both treated you like family. We stayed 2 nights and both places they suggested we eat dinner gave us a 10% discount because we were staying at the Arden House. Would definitely stay with them again. Easy to find and within walking distance for dinner. Our favorite place out of 6 we stayed at on our England/Scotland trip.
Arden House Guest House is a 19th Century Scottish Victorian villa built during the reign of Queen Victoria, set in its own …More
What a fantastic couple run this B&B. The thought and detail put in to make our room (2) special was exceptional. We even had a small settee in our room which overlooked Loch Linnie and the views were magnificent. We did not even draw the curtains because the reflections were constantly changing. Early morning I was watching the reflections again and was fortunate to observe an otter in the Loch. Eventually it came out of the water and posed for photographs.
The establishment had a drying room for walkers. They told us where to eat in Mallaig and where to park in Fort William for the Jacobite steam train.
Mike from Newcastle, Staffs
This guesthouse is located in Fort William (Glencoe), close to West Highland Museum. Area attractions also include Ben Nevis …More
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