A Bed and Breakfast in Highlands
Kinbrylie is the home of Donald & Margaret Campbell and is situated on the south side of Loch Ness in the village of Whitebridge. Loch Ness is one of the most famous lochs in the world and has been a very popular holiday destination for many years. The house sits in 14 acres of private land with a large garden and is approximately 250 meters from the B862 road so is very peaceful. With its elevated position, Kinbrylie has wonderful views of Stratherrick and the Monadhliath mountains featuring Beinn Sgurrach in the foreground. All the bedrooms in Kinbrylie are well appointed, have en suite bathrooms, colour televisions and radio alarms. Tea and coffee facilities are available all day in the dining/hall area .The house is wi fi friendly, has internet access available for guests to use free of charge and can download your digital photographs to CD for a small charge. Laundry facilities are also available.
- 2 x Double
- 1 x Triple
- 1 x Family
- Full Cooked Breakfast
- Sitting Room
- Parking on site
- Guests get own house keys
- Free Parking
- Check-in between: 16:00h and 23:00h.
South Loch Ness
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Type: Double Capacity: 2 adults Bathroom: Ensuite Bath In Room: Corriegarth has one king size bed and en suite facilities with a shower over bath
Type: Triple Capacity: 2 + 1* adults 1 child Bathroom: Ensuite Bath In Room: Dell is a family room sleeping three people with one double bed and one single bed. This room has a large en suite bathroom with bath and shower.
Type: Family Capacity: 2 adults 2 children Bathroom: Ensuite Bath and Shower In Room: Knockie is a family room sleeping up to 4 persons in 1 kingsize bed and 2 single beds. This room has a large ensuite with bath and separate shower.
Type: Double Capacity: 2 adults Bathroom: Ensuite Shower In Room: Fechlin is a ground floor double bedded room with a fully disabled friendly ensuite w.c. and walk in shower
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The Private House Stay's Guide
The definition of where the highlands of Scotland starts is much disputed because there has always been a cultural divide between the highlanders and lowlanders of Scotland. Some would claim that the Highlands starts as the mountains rise above Stirling, others would justifiably define the Highlands as the area to the North and West of the Great Glen that runs from Fort William to Inverness