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Glenmoriston Manse
Cul Na Carn
Glenmoriston

Invermoriston
Highlands

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If you are looking for somewhere to stay on that special occasion or to treat the one you love to a romantic break, Glenmoriston Manse is the ideal Highland retreat. Your hosts, Mike and Caroline, will treat you to a warm Highland welcome. Our aim is to make your visit to Scotland one that you will cherish. We are situated in the scenic Glen Moriston, only an hour from Inverness and the Isle of Skye. Our beautiful home offers quality bed and breakfast accommodation, a friendly atmosphere and warm Scottish hospitality. The house has been sympathetically restored to its former glory, creating a comfortable and peaceful place to stay. All rooms are tastefully decorated and well appointed. A warm, comfortable lounge with log fire, a variety of board games and a wide selection of reading material is available for your use. Why not take advantage of our large secluded gardens to sit out and enjoy the long summer evenings and maybe catch a glimpse of the Northern Lights. The garden is ideal as a great space for children to play. We look forward to welcoming you.

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