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Drynachan Bed & Breakfast
Drynachan
Invergarry
Highlands

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Drynachan Bed and Breakfast is a charming 17th century dwelling place in the heart of the Highlands. As one of the oldest inhabited properties in Lochaber, situated in the Great Glen, this is the ideal base for you to explore and tour throughout the Highlands and Islands. River walks, woodlands, mountains and lochs are all just a short distance away. We offer you a unique hospitality experience where your comfort is our speciality. We endeavour to help our houseguests make the most of their holiday, if they desire. Our gardens are mainly herbaceous shrub borders that are a haven to wild birdlife and a delight to meander through. Nestled against a backdrop of woodland the Great Glen cycle track runs across the hillside above us and Loch Oich, (part of the Caledonian Canal), can be viewed from the cottage.Drynachan has been refurbished to reflect the soft highland scenery that abounds the area. You will breakfast in the homely dining room where a sumptuous feast will set you up for a days sightseeing or hill walking. Evenings can be spent in the quiet of your room or in the comfort of our sitting room where you can enjoy a roaring log fire on more chilly days. An extensive library of books and DVD’s will satisfy most tastes from discerning film buffs to ‘grannies’ and grandchildren! If you can’t holiday without keeping in touch with work or home Wi-Fi internet is available on request. Please Note: We are a No-Smoking property. Pets allowed. Children welcome. Check-In time: 1400 and Check-Out time: 1000.

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