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Westview House
Westview House
Upper Myrtlefield
Nairnside

Inverness
Highlands

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Situated just on the outskirts of the city of Inverness, our friendly bed and breakfast boasts panoramic views over the city, the Moray Firth and beyond. If you are looking for a convenient but quiet location as a base then you will find Westview House ideal for your visit to the Capital of the Scottish Highlands. All of our rooms ahave en-suite shower rooms. Each freshly decorated room is fitted with flat screen TV, tea/ coffee making facilities and hairdryer. You will have the choice of one of the best breakfasts in the Highlands with all of the local free range produce selected daily to assure you of freshness and true Scottish flavour. Evening meals and packed lunches by arrangement. Room service is available on request. There is also a lovely garden for residents' use. Children are welcome with a highchair and cot available. Gas central heating throughout. The surrounding area is steeped in history. Culloden Battlefield with its visitor centre and museum is only a 5 minute drive away. Clava Cairns and its standing stones are also close by, as is the 14th Century Cawdor Castle and the formidable Fort George, built after the battle of Culloden by the army of King George II. Here at Westview House, you will receive a very warm Highland welcome, whether you are visiting on holiday or here on business.

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