Bed and Breakfasts & Hotels
in North West Scotland
Magical bed and breakfast on Loch Linnhe between Fort William and Strontian, and was once Constance Spry's home. The rocky woodland garden of 8 acres has a thousand rhododendrons, mostly species, and hundreds of maples, and the house is cosy and welcoming
Just North of Oban. 1609 L-shaped tower castle , Lairds' Parlour, secret stairs, dungeon and amazing setting with views of the hills of Glencoe and Loch Creran.
Overlooking Loch Long near Dornie. No mobile-phone signal, no internet, peace and quiet!, Excellent optional dinner, a warmly welcoming base for exploring the West Coast Highlands and Skye.
Between Fort William and Oban, looking over sheltered garden with views of wide open grassland shore of Cuil Bay, sea, islands and mountains. B & B with optional fresh and organic dinner.
Georgian/Victorian relaxed family home surrounded by heather-coverd hills looking out to Loch Melfort at Kilmelford south of Oban in Argyll on the beautiful west coast.
Romantically situated on the edge of the sea on the Isle of Skye, a perfect small hotel owned and run by world renowned cookery writer Claire Macdonald and Lord Macdonald of Macdonald. Voted one of the top 100 hotels in the world.
Near Spean Bridge, Ben Nevis and Fort William, West coast Highlands.
Fine Scottish cuisine, A small relaxed family-run hotel in a beautiful Highland setting sheltered by pines and surrounded by moorland.
Bed and breakfast, optional (and highly recommended) dinner. Overlooking rushing and tumbling Kilchrenan Burn on the edge of the village, about a mile from Loch Awe. All around are woods, hills and wild grassy moorland.
The only accommodation on the shores of Loch Assynt. Boutique Bed and Breakfast (optional dinner, pack-lunches etc.) with awe-inspiring views of big skies, wild mountains and Loch Assynt below. In Sutherland near coastal village Lochinver, 100 miles NW of Inverness. Deer-stalking, fishing, bird watching and ranger-led walks also available.
In Glencoe with mountain views, secluded by trees in 50 acres next to Glencoe River, eco-friendly lodge with two bedrooms available for bed and breakfast as well as self-catering. Private loch for trout fishing.
Shortlisted for the UK's Green Tourism Awards 2013. One of only two B&Bs in Scotland!
Lodge cabin in the grounds of Ruddyglow Park with views of Loch Assynt. A cosy, warm, romantic cabin for two, with breakfast in the main house about 25 yard's walk away.
Each of these accommodations is privately owned, and the contact numbers, email addresses, etc, for enquiries and booking are on each page.