Old Drynie House is on the Black Isle just over the Kessock Bridge from Inverness and well worth the journey. The house is located in a rural setting but is only 15 minutes from Inverness city. The house is actually less than 20 years old but has been built in a very traditional style that looks very in-keeping with the surroundings with the house being in a tree-lined setting with views over the estuary. The rooms are now all en-suite and finished to a very high standard with good TVs and WiFi as standard. Alasdair and Deirdre are great hosts and the breakfast was enough to keep us going all day. There is loads to do in the area from golf, to fishing to Nessy-hunting!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- For those after a luxurious place to stay on the Black Isle, close to Inverness, you should certainly consider all we have to offer here at Old Drynie House. With top quality accommodation available at our B&B in Inverness you will be able to enjoy a marvellous experience. We are rated four stars by Visitscotland. In 2016, as well as other commendations, we were a finalist for Most Hospitable B&B/ Guest House in the Highlands and Islands Tourism Awards and have a Taste Our Best Award from Visitscotland. Situated just a short distance from the city centre, this bed and breakfast in Inverness has been built within 20 acres of Victorian parkland, providing amazing views of the sea. If you are looking to explore the Scottish Highlands, then this B&B in Inverness is perfectly placed to give you a peaceful base from which you can visit surrounding areas. You can be assured,too, of a warm welcome here. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Old Drynie House North Kessock, Scotland