Tigh Mhor Bed & Breakfast
If you are looking for a home from home experience, with beautiful views and peace and tranquillity, then staying with us at Tigh Mhor is the answer.
Here we have one large double room, with a king size bed, one double room with panoramic views and one spacious twin room. There is a private bathroom with shower over bath. Tea and coffee facilities in all rooms.
A warm welcome awaits you and after settling into your room, you can take advantage of our large sitting room, overlooking Strathglass and the mountains beyond.
A hearty breakfast is served before you depart, with fresh raspberries and homemade raspberry and gooseberry jam on offer.
Tigh Mhor is situated just a few miles from the Great Glen walking path and is ideally located for a trip on the Caledonian Canal, bagging some Munro's, cycling, sight seeing or just taking it easy in the Highlands.
Aviemore is only an hours drive away. There you are in the heart of the Cairngorms, with the Great Caledonian Pine Forest, The Cairngorms National Park, mountains, lochs, watersports and unrivalled scenery. Don't miss the chance to go on the Funicular Railway while you are there. A unique experience with stunning views at the top.
More locally, the Loch Ness Visitor Centre is only 12 miles away and on your scenic drive along the shores of Loch Ness, watch out - you never know what you might see!
An abundance of castles awaits the historian, with Urquhart Castle only 13 miles from our home.
You can combine history with nature and drive to beautiful Chanonry Point to see some of Scotland's bottlenose dolphins feeding just off the shore. Or for those who want to get even closer to these majestic mammals, why not take a boat trip on the Moray Firth, see the dolphins and your surroundings from a different perspective.
We can store your bikes and dry your camping equipment. Nothing is too much trouble and we aim to make your stay as relaxing as possible.
Fassock, Kiltarlity, Beauly, Inverness-shire, IV4 7HT
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This page was last updated: 27 August 2016