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B and Bs in Newtonmore

Coig na Shee
Fort William (Laggan) Rd

PH20 1DG | View map

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At Coig na Shee you will find a friendly welcome, stylish rooms (no chintz, regency stripes or tartan), peace and quiet, and of course, great breakfasts. Coig na Shee is more than a guest house. Coig na Shee offers bed and breakfast accommodation that we'd want to stay in ourselves. This means getting everything right, and also by paying attention to the smallest detail, such as crisp white bed linen, huge cosy towels, pampering toiletries, leaf and herbal teas, fresh coffee with a cafetière, and a mini fridge for your fresh milk. Newtonmore is in ‘Monarch of the Glen country’, and much of the filming for the popular BBC TV drama series was in the village and surrounding area. During filming, several principal cast members used Coig na Shee as their private residence. Located in the heart of the Spey Valley, Newtonmore is the perfect base for walking, climbing, mountain biking (Laggan Wolftrax Mountain Bike Park is just minutes down the road), golfing, skiing, horse riding and all sorts of water sports. Coig na Shee is again listed as one of 'Scotland's Great Guest Houses' in the latest edition of 'Scotland the Best' by Peter Irvine. Our breakfasts will definitely set you up for the day and we can recommend a variety of restaurants and pubs - for lunches and dinners to complement our own unique brand of hospitality. We can email you our rough guide to eating out locally when you contact us and you'll find a copy in your room when you check in.

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