Lorraine really does have excellent attention to detail. There's a towel-warmer rack in the bathroom... As everyone says, DVDs galore to choose from down in the lounge... a little ceiling-mounted TV/DVD player in every room... A decanter of sherry and two glasses on our bureau... lovely, country-style furniture... plenty of parking on site... (If you've ever been to Inverness, particularly as an American new to right-side driving, you DON'T want to park on the road side.)...
Perhaps best of all is the breakfast. Some B&Bs restrict you to choosing one thing in each category (grains/puddings/eggs/bacon OR ham, etc.), but Lorraine just presents you the list and lets you choose. As a result, my eyes were bigger than my stomach on the first day, and I found myself with a feast of food I couldn't quite finish.
The porridge is particularly yummy. I know my mother's been scouring the internet for recipes comparable to the stuff we ate there just a couple weeks ago.
Lots of stuff within easy walking distance, too. It takes 10 minutes to walk straight down Fairfield Avenue to the River Ness foot bridge.
Lovely place, and if I ever get back to Inverness, I'll stay there again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Built in 1873 Trafford Bank was the house sof the BIshop of Moray and Rosshire. A Boutique style guest house full of orignal art and local pottery and furniture. 5 ensuite double rooms furnished to the highest standard. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Trafford Bank Guest House Hotel Inverness
- Trafford Bank Guest House Inverness, Scotland