We stayed at Peatcutter's Croft in March and had a wonderful time. You reach the Croft via 8 miles of unmade road, and it nestles on the edge of a loch with stunning views across the water. Seori and Pauline made us so welcome, the home made food is delicious (it's well worth paying the extra for dinner and packed lunch - especially Seori's doorstep sandwiches made with home-made bread). The room is self-contained and includes a large comfortable double bed, a large, raised platform for children to sleep in and a stove for cold nights. There are books galore and a TV with digital channels. You have your own bathroom and your own front door and windows overlooking the loch. It's around an hour and half from Inverness Airport and you then have the North West Highlands on your doorstep. There's so much to see and experience and Peatcutters is the most welcoming B&B I've ever stayed in. We'll definitely be back.