Binnilidh Mhor normally runs as a Bed and Breakfast but for a good part of the year and sometimes during the peak B&B season, a stay at Binnilidh Mhor can be booked on a self catering basis and is subject to availability.
Elevated and beautifully situated in Glenmoriston near the shores of Loch Ness in the Highlands of Scotland, Binnilidh Mhor enjoys spectacular views across the Glen which can be enjoyed from inside the house and in all areas of its large private garden .The interior decor gives a very welcoming Scottish feel with a log fire and tartan furnishings.
Two large spacious bedrooms provide you with generous en-suite facilities including a large shower area and separate bath. The 6 foot wide beds can be made up as doubles or twins and each bedroom has a FreeSat flat screen television, DVD player, clock radio and hair dryer.
The kitchen is equipped to a high standard including full laundry facilities, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, Microwave, oven and hob.
The living/dining area has triple aspect windows to maximize the stunning views and includes a FreeSat flat screen Plasma TV, Bluray DVD player, Wi-Fi facility, DVD's,CD's, books and games.
Outside you can enjoy a decked area with garden furniture, a trampoline and a BBQ area complete with outdoor BBQ and in the garden shed you will find outdoor games and mountain bikes which are free to use. Alternatively if you want some quiet time to yourself you might find yourself enjoying a tranquil breakfast in the spacious Veranda Summer House
There are beautiful walks by the river Moriston and several forest walks nearby and if you wish to explore the wider area using the mountain bikes a bike rack is available and easily attached to the rear of your car.
From Binnilidh Mhor it is less than an hour's drive to Inverness, Fort William or the Isle of Skye, and so while the cottage is secluded, peaceful and quiet, it is still within easy reach of the main Highland Towns for day trips.
Cheaper tariffs are available for 2 people booking in mid and low season. Our prices are all inclusive.
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