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B and Bs in Muir of Ord

Home Farm Bed and Breakfast
Muir of Ord

IV6 7XN | View map

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Home Farm is a very comfortable and welcoming home in a quiet rural location, we offer quality accommodation, a friendly atmosphere and warm Scottish hospitality. Situated on the Black Isle in over an acre of mature garden with views to the surrounding hills. Guest accommodation consists of 3 spacious guest bedrooms, 1 King size double room with en-suite facilities, 1 double room with en-suite facilities and 1 twin/Queen size double room with large private bathroom having both bath and shower. All rooms are spacious and restful and are centrally heated, and have colour TV and hospitality tray. We have secure off street guest parking.

Relax in the guests' lounge or conservatory overlooking the beautiful, well established garden or sit on our patio next to the fish pond, our garden is a birdwatchers paradise finches, tits, woodpeckers, buzzards, red kites, osprey and sparrow hawk can all be seen, you may be lucky enough to see some deer.

Generous breakfasts are served each morning, using quality local produce, dinner is available by arrangement. We have recently been awarded the Visit Scotland EatScotland Award for our food.

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