Beach Cottage B&B
A Bed and Breakfast in Inverness
Beach Cottage B&B was an old fisherman's cottage and and is approximately 300 years old. The property has been extended and refurbished to a high standard and offers accommodation in two en suite rooms, the Moray and the Beauly. Moray is in the new part of the cottage and has French doors with a Juliet balcony and offers a superb view of the Moray Firth, Black Isle, Kessock Bridge and Ben Wyvis. Beauly is in the old part of the cottage and retains the original sash window and wood beams. This room also has a sea view which can be enjoyed from a seating area by the window.
The sea outside is very close to the cottage and you have the opportunity to see the Bottlenose Dolphins that feed each day at Chanonry Point as well as seals and sea otters.
Moray has an en-suite with a bath and shower over and a king size bed (5' x 6' 6"). Beauly has an en-suite with a shower and a king size bed (5' x 6' 6"). Both rooms are fully equipped with 32 inch TV, tea and coffee making facilities, iPod dock and free WiFi.
Beauly has a low ceiling and the shower has restricted headroom and may not be suitable for guests over 6 feet (1.8 meters).
Beach Cottage B&B
- 2 x Double
- Full Cooked Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Parking on site
- Guests get own house keys
- No Pets allowed
- Check-in between: 09:00h and 23:00h.
T 01463 237506 Visit website
Type: Double Capacity: 2 adults Bathroom: Ensuite Bath In Room: A Double room with en-suite bathroom
Type: Double Capacity: 2 adults Bathroom: Ensuite Shower In Room: A Double room with ensuite bathroom
The Private House Stay's Guide
Inverness is the largest town in the Highlands and the busy and prosperous hub of the region. The town's position at the head of the Great Glen and on the shores of the Moray Firth have made it a firm favourite with tourists. Though Inverness has little in the way of major sights, it's a pleasant place to base yourself as you explore the other, more visible attractions on offer in the surrounding area, including the resident population of dolphins in the Moray Firth, Strathpeffer and the Black Isle. The town is particularly appealing along the leafy banks of the River Ness.