Luxurious tower house bed and breakfast with grand open living spaces and a fabulous location in beautiful woodland near Inverness.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 2 nights
This impressive tower house invites guests to experience Laird life with traditional Scottish luxury and hospitality. Access the tower via an impressive driveway which winds through a moss-blanketed forest and leads guests to the double oak door with iron fittings. Here you're given a warm, friendly welcome as you walk into the magnificent, spacious reception room. Wooden beams run from wall to wall and across the vaulted ceiling which is resplendent with a wooden balcony and breathtaking candelabra. This room is grand and makes the ideal spot to socialise with your loved ones throughout your stay.
Large, deep sofas sit by a cosy log burner which is set back into the inglenook fireplace. Tartan abounds from the sturdy rugs to the thick curtains and scatter cushions as well as the flags that hang decoratively from iron posts which jut from whitewashed upper walls. A large dining table stands at one end of the reception room, with seating offering views out of the windows to the woodland outside. Breakfast is served there every morning and there is also an upright piano for gathering with a dram to enjoy a late night singalong.
The bedrooms are similarly elegant and exude quality and taste. Vintage furniture, including carved dressers and wardrobes, has been used alongside modern pieces to give each room its own character and charm. There are stag paintings and scatter cushions, as well as luxurious fabrics, and velvet upholstered armchairs stand on oak floors which are covered with soft sheepskin rugs.
Bathroom fittings are classic yet modern and luxurious, so you can soak away the day in a roll top free standing bath tub. Be sure to enjoy the complimentary toiletries and fluffy white towels before climbing into the beautiful king sized beds. The high quality bedding and peaceful location give guests a restful night's sleep and they wake ready for a new day exploring the stunning surrounding area.
Take a trip to the famous Glenmorangie Distillery for a tour and a taste of the renowned single malt. You can also enjoy some Scottish history at the impressive Dunrobbin Castle or lace up the walking boots and wander the local trails and tracks. When it's time for refreshments, Platform 1864, originally a train station building, is highly recommended for eats and drinks.
We request payment in full at the time of booking.
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