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Kilmichael House B & B
Drumnadrochit
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Kilmichael House in Drumnadrochit (Near LOCH NESS) is a lovely Victorian House set back from the road, standing alone in its own grounds surrounded by giant Redwood Sequoia trees. In days gone by, the house was the home of the village doctor and his surgery was in a shed to the rear of the property (still standing today).

For wallkers and cyclists we are about 500 metres from the Great Glen Way and drying/storage facilities are available.For all our visitors the centre of the village is no more than half a mile away and you can enjoy traditional bill of fayre from Scotland's larder, in the warm, friendly surroundings of Fiddlers Restaurant and award winning Malt Whisky Bar (over 600 to choose from - you could be there a while!). A little further away is the Loch Ness Inn where once again, good food and friendly staff are waiting to look after you. If real ales are your tipple then the Benleva is the place to be (also popular with the locals). They also have their own micro brewery and run a popular beer festival annually.

Kilmichael House is the ideal base to enjoy the many activities available in the area - ranging from boat trips on the beautiful mysterious LOCH NESS, horse riding, walking, cycling as well as the must sees - military museum at Fort George, Culloden Battlefield, pre-historic Clava Cairns, fairy tale Brodie Castle, stunning countryside with spectacular scenery - the list just goes on and on.

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