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Binnilidh Mhor B&B

Category: Bed & Breakfast
Area: Highland Show all
Elevated and beautifully situated in Glenmoriston in the Highlands of Scotland and about 15 minutes drive from the shores of Loch Ness Binnilidh Mhor Bed and Breakfast enjoys spectacular open views across the Moriston Glen. Binnilidh Mhor sits in the peaceful and quiet rural village of Dalchreichart just off the A887 on the road to Skye and its location is a good stopping point if your next destination takes you to Skye or to your ferry for the Hebridean Islands. br / br / br / br / Consider staying a while at Binnilidh Mhor to explore and enjoy the Glenmoriston area. For walkers and cyclists there are many local paths and cycle routes to suit everyone from short gentle wooded or loch- side walks to the more challenging old Drove Roads. If you enjoy hill walking br / br / br / br / Binnilidh Mhor offers a central base to many of the most spectacular mountain ranges in the Highlands. Kintail Knoydart and the Cullins to the West. The Nevis Range to the South. br / br / br / br / The Monadhliaths to the East and the Affric hills to the North. br / br / Loch Ness is just a 15 minute drive away and a 20 minute drive will take you to the Loch Ness villages of Fort Augustus and Drumnadrochit which are part of the Great Glen Way. Less than an hour of driving from Binnilidh Mhor will take you to Inverness Fort William or the Skye Bridge. br / br / br / br / Binnilidh Mhor has available two large spacious Super King Bedrooms on the ground floor and can accommodate from 1 to 2 guests. A third extra large luxury Bedroom Suite situated on the first floor can accommodate from 1 to 4 guests. br / br / br / br / Binnilidh Mhor has an open plan lounge for guests to use and a dining area. The interior decor gives a very welcoming Scottish feel with a wood burning stove and tartan furnishings. br / br / br / br / Packed Lunches and Evening Meals are available at Binnilidh Mhor. Resident guests are permitted to bring their own alcohol and wine to enjoy with their evening meal as Binnilidh Mhor does not sell or provide alcohol.
Area Description A82 Inverness to Invermoriston Route - Road: At Inverness take the A82 sign posted for Fort William and drive along Loch Ness side to Invermoriston (27 miles). From Invermoriston to Binnilidh Mhor see below for futher driving instructions. br/ br/ A9 From Perth to Invermoriston Route - Road: From Perth take the A9 north to Dalwhinne (57 miles). Turn off at Dalwhinnie and follow the A889 for a few miles until you come to a T junction (Laggan). Turn left at the T Junction on to the A86 to Spean Bridge (36 miles). At Spean Bridge take a right on to the A82 sign posted for Inverness and drive to Invermoriston (29 miles). From Invermoriston to Binnilidh Mhor see below for futher driving instructions. br/ br/ A82 Fort William to Invermoriston via Glencoe - Road: Take the A82 up through the spectacular mountains of Glencoe on the west side of Scotland and on to Fort William. From Fort William follow the A82 road signs for Inverness and drive to Invermoriston (38 miles). From Invermoriston to Binnilidh Mhor see below for futher driving instructions. br/ br/ A887 Invermoriston to Binnilidh Mhor - Road: At Invermoriston take the road sign posted A887 Kyle of Lochalsh (10 miles). On the last mile the road becomes single track. After you have passed a red telephone box on the right you will come to Torgoyle Bridge. Turn right immediately before the bridge (sign posted Dalchreichart Tomchrasky). Binnilidh Mhor is just under a mile along this single track road on the right hand side and is clearly sign posted.
Amenity Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout,Car parking available onsite,Iron And Board In Each Room,Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas,Bar

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IV63 7YJ, Dalchreichart

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