The Craigdarroch Inn

Inverness, Scottish Highlands
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    Type Pub B&B
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    Bedrooms 8
  • £80 - £150 per room per night

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A family run inn, owned by Martin and Elinor Donnelly, Craigdarroch is situated in the Highland village of Foyers on South Loch Ness Side, about 18 miles from Inverness.

South Loch Ness is a rural area of outstanding natural beauty with heather covered hills, sparkling lochs and breath-taking views. The famous "Falls of Foyers" waterfall is just a minutes' walk away in the forest behind Craigdarroch.

The Craigdarroch Inn has a peaceful and relaxing ambience, with the comfortable feel of a Highland lodge. The public rooms offer spectacular views over Loch Ness, the perfect place to sit, relax and do a spot of Nessie hunting. In the colder months it's easy to relax in front of a roaring log fire in the bar whilst sampling one of the many whiskies available. We hold regular events including live music, quiz nights, darts competitions and more. For those guests who want to keep in touch with work or friends then the free WiFi should come in useful.

All the bedrooms at The Craigdarroch Inn are spacious, comfortable, fully en-suite and equipped with hospitality trays, LCD digital TVs, free WiFi access and hair dryers. Most superior loch view rooms have ornate four poster super-king-size beds.

Food is served every day from 12 noon to 2pm and then 6pm to 8.30pm every evening. No reservations are required, although the loch view tables are always the first to go, so arrive early! In the finer weather nothing is better than sitting outside in the garden enjoying the view with good food and good company.

The bar is open every day from 11am to 11pm serving a wide range of chilled beers, cider and real ales from Loch Ness Brewery, Drumnadrochit. We have a great selection of whiskies and gins as well as wines by the glass and by the bottle and a large choice of refreshing soft drinks, teas and espresso coffee service. We are also a CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) establishment focusing on beers from the Loch Ness Brewery.

Ratings

  • AA 4 Star
National Rating
AA
4 * rating
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    Double or Twin En-Suite 

    Standard Woodland...
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £80 per room per night

With a tranquil view onto the forest and woodland, this standard double or twin rooms are the best rooms for spotting red squirrels and owls. Features include an en suite bathroom, TV, hairdryer, free WiFi, desk, ironing facilities, radio, alarm clock and tea/coffee making facilities. A light breakfast is included in your room rate; tea, coffee, warm croissants and toast, fruit juices, cereals, yoghurt and home-made fruit compote. Breakfast is served daily from 8.30am to 9.30am.

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    Double En-Suite 

    Standard Loch View...
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £90 per room per night

This wonderful room features views of Loch Ness. It has a large double bed, a TV and tea and coffee making facilities. In addition to this other features include a desk, ironing facilities, hairdryer, radio, free WiFi and an alarm clock. A light breakfast is included in your room rate; tea, coffee, warm croissants and toast, fruit juices, cereals, yoghurt and home-made fruit compote. Breakfast is served daily from 8.30am to 9.30am.  

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    Superior Double En-Suite 

    Superior Loch View...
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £150 per room per night

This room features views of Loch Ness. Each have a large double bed, a TV and tea and coffee making facilities. Other features include a desk, ironing facilities, seating area, hairdryer, radio, free WiFi and an alarm clock. A light breakfast is included in your room rate; tea, coffee, warm croissants and toast, fruit juices, cereals, yoghurt and home-made fruit compote. Breakfast is served daily from 8.30am to 9.30am.

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