Muckrach Country House Hotel offers superb hotel accommodation located close to the village of Dulnain Bridge in Iverness-shire. The hotel is set within the Cairngorm National Park and is a restored Victorian shooting lodge.
We have a total of eleven luxurious guest rooms all of which are beautifully decorated and furnished with top quality products and furniture. All of the guest rooms offer the following:
iPod docking station.
In our fantastic restaurant we serve local, fresh and homemade produce to ensure you have a delicious meal. The main restaurant offers a variety of meals along with a range of great wines and beers that complement the food perfectly.
As well as the restaurant we also have the bar where there is over one hundred whiskies, thirty gin varieties, spirits, wines, champagne…
When visiting Aviemore and looking for Bed and Breakfast accommodation, look no further for that Highland Hospitality and friendly welcome here at Cairngorm Guest House.
Ideally situated in Aviemore, Cairngorm House has 12 Ensuite bedrooms all with television and hairdryer, and tea coffee making facilities.
The rooms are all Non Smoking and fully quality assured by Visit Scotland and The AA.
5 Rooms are on the ground floor and remaining 7 are situated upstairs, some having great views of the Cairngorm Mountains.
Our superb breakfast is served between 7.45 am and 8.45 am in our beautiful Victorian dining room with stove fire or else in the bright, sunny conservatory.
We live in an area of great natural beauty, so wild and unique it has been given special status: Cairngorm National Park.
With their care and protection, our mountains and wild areas will remain unspoilt …
Steeped in history Bunchrew House Hotel is a 17th century Scottish mansion, offering excellent hotel accommodation and award-winning cuisine. Our highland welcome to this quality Inverness hotel, is second to none.
Bunchrew's luxury, 4 star hotel rooms in Inverness are individually decorated and have their own unique character and sense of style. The rooms do not have numbers but are named after local places and Scottish clans associated with the House.
In each room you will be surrounded by opulence and history with all the modern amenities one would expect from a luxury country house hotel. Small touches such as fresh milk being left in your fridge daily adds to the homely atmosphere.
Some rooms have four poster beds, some have stunning views over the water, while others have charming aspects of the gardens and the Loving Tree. One has its own conservatory while another has …