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Dalamgarry Guest House
1 Dochfour Drive

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Dalmagarry bed and breakfast guest house is a non-smoking establishment and is home from home with a friendly relaxed atmosphere and extremely spacious clean and comfortable rooms. Our guest house accommodation is only a 5min walk from Inverness city centre and just a few minutes walk from the River Ness with the famous Loch Ness only a few miles from the accommodation. Other leisure facilities are within 10 minutes walk such as Inverness sports centre, swimming pool, golf course, the new Eden Court Theatre and Bught Park where a variety of attractions are held such as Inverness Highland Games, shinty and other sporting events.

Our guest house accommodation offers single, twin, double, and family rooms. In addition, we have tea and coffee making facilities along with colour TV for our guests in all rooms. We pride ourselves on our first class service and hospitality which makes Dalmagarry bed and breakfast one of the most popular guest houses in Inverness. We also provide free wireless broadband connection to all guests who have their own laptop computers.

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