Bed and Breakfasts & Hotels
North East Scotland, Moray, Inverness and Aberdeen
Speyside. South-East of Inverness (1 hour) in the heart of the Highlands, surrounded by malt whisky distilleries on the Malt Whisky Trail. River Spey 1 mile. Very good restaurant.
15 minutes from the little fishing villages on the north Aberdeenshire coast near Banff, this traditional Scottish croft has 30 acres of garden, woodland and grazing with Highland cows, and a beautifully restored byre dedicated to bed and breakfast guests. Conservation and organic principles, excellent home-grown food and optional dinner.
Bed and breakfast secluded in natural woodland with fantastic views across forest to distant hills. Only 4 miles from Inverness on the Black Isle.
Newly built country house 2 miles from Culloden and the Neolithic Stones of Clava and minutes from A9 and Inverness. Comfortable B&B with optional evening meals.
5 Gold Stars awarded by the AA. AA Breakfast Award. 5 Gold Stars awarded by VisitScotland - the highest rating for a B&B. On the edge of Grantown-on-Spey in the Highlands. Ideal for touring whisky distilleries, castles, walking and climbing in the Cairngorms. Charming Arts & Crafts interiors, luxurious bathrooms and bedrooms, and spectacular breakfasts.
In the quiet valley of Strathnairn, 20 minutes south of Inverness, a civilised and central base for exploring the Highlands, Loch Ness, and Whisky distilleries of Strathspey.
5 Gold Stars awarded by VisitScotland. Set in pine woods with views over Loch Davan near Dinnet between Aboyne and Ballater on Royal Deeside. Traditional Victorian house, welcoming family, and marvelously spacious bedroom suites
A mile from Forres, near Inverness. An Arts and Crafts style hotel with traditional Highland Scottish hospitallity and contemporary flair. Excellent 2 AA rosette restaurant, bistro. Ideal for touring castles, golf, whisky, meetings or pampered relaxation.
Farmhouse of 400 acre farm close to Culloden Moor and about 6 miles from Inverness. The Visitor Centre at the site of the battle of Culloden is very close by, as are some Neolithic standing stones ands cairns in the valley below.
Aberdeenshire turetted castle dating from the late 16th Century. Bed and breakfast with optional dinner in the panelled dining room.
Fresh air, forest and waterfall walks. Farmhouse and gardens, a family home overlooking the Kyle of Sutherland, near Bonar Bridge, north of Inverness.
Fine granite Georgian country house in 300 acres of woodland, fields and pasture, 20 minutes from Aberdeen Airport yet quiet and totally in the country. Near Alford, Strathdon, Lonach and Deeside.
Between Aberdeen and Dundee, Carnoustie 30 mins, St Andrews 35 mins. Georgian House in Angus countryside dating from 1760, garden with fruit, flowers and vegetables. Between the rivers South Esk and North Esk. Fishermen well catered for. Bed and breakfast and optional dinner fresh from the garden.
Victorian family home bed and breakfast surrounded by trees on a farm within easy reach of Cruden Bay, Royal Aberdeen and Newburgh golf courses. Aberdeen 20 minutes.
Aboyne, 20 minutes from Aberdeen on Royal Deeside. Ideal centre for Balmoral, castles, fishing, touring. Comfortable Victorian villa, garden, views over Aboyne Green. Ici on parle français
Set in farmland in the fertile plain near Elgin between Inverness and Aberdeen. An ideal location to base a golfing holiday, and ideal for the Highlands and whisky trails. Country House with parts dating back to the 1500's. Optional dinner.
Bed and breakfast in this lovely old fishing lodge right on the banks of the Dee on Royal Deeside near Banchory, west of Aberdeen. Surrounded by woodland and gardens and the sound of the river close by. Optional dinner.
Each of these accommodations is privately owned, and the contact numbers, email addresses, etc, for enquiries and booking are on each page.