Fantastic mountain and forest scenery in rural Scottish Highlands . Quiet neighbourhood surrounded by nature. Sparsely populated so car is essential to get nearest town for evening meals etc. Near by Loch Ness, Isle of Skye, Inverness, Castles Whisky
Staying at Binnilidh Mhor B&B means you are staying in your Host’s private home. Your host will welcome you, show you around and settle you in. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly with a homely feel. It is important to your Host that you have a very enjoyable stay. You will meet with other guests and there is as much or as little opportunity as you wish to socialise with the other guests. Breakfast time is a great opportunity to meet people from all different regions of the country or the world, with totally different backgrounds, ages and in different stages of their lives come together over a good meal. Connections are made, discoveries are shared and conversation flourishes and laughter too we hope.
Accès des voyageurs
Your allocated bedroom, breakfast room and lounge area, garden and summer house.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Your hosts will always be available to assist you at all reasonable times of the day and evening and at any time day or night in the case of an emergency.
Long distances between petrol stations. Make sure you have plenty of fuel in your vehicle at all times. Restaurants stop serving food around 8pm-8.30pm. Please plan for your evening meal accordingly. There are no kitchen facilities available to guests at Binnilidh Mhor B&B but there is a small fridge in your room to store your own snacks and drinks.
Check in from 4.30pm to 9.30pm. Check out by 10am. Breakfast between 8am and 9am. Be considerate of other guests who may be trying to sleep by reducing noise levels after 10pm. Non Smoking establishment. No Pets and any children must be age 14 or older.
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Your Hosts Sheila & Allan have lived in this area for many years. Allan is one of a handful of people who has full time employment in Glenmoriston and works on a nearby Conservation Estate working to restore the Caledonian Forest. If you want to know anything about the Red Deer in our area, ask Allan. He is an expert. Sheila used to work in accountancy and has no regrets giving this up to become your Host. Hosting is just so rewarding. Every day Sheila gets to meet and look after guests from all over the world. Allan and Sheila are passionate about traditional Scottish music and dance. Allan plays accordion and Sheila plays accordion and fiddle and Sheila continues to provide music and dance at local venues. They can't wait to meet you and make you feel at home.