Pine Guest House
Our guest house is perfectly located for exploring all that Inverness and the Highlands and Islands has to offer.
A family run Bed and Breakfast Guest House Accommodation located within ten minutes walking distance of Inverness city centre and a fifteen-minute drive from Inverness airport.
The Guest House Accommodation consists of a traditionally built 1850's town house. Pine House is situated conveniently in Inverness for rail and coach stations, restaurants, bars, clubs and all local amenities.
Pine House provides accommodation in large spacious family rooms, double rooms, twin bedded rooms or singles, most rooms are ensuite. Cots and high chairs are also available for our tiny guests who are just as important. Our breakfasts are designed to suit appetites however large or small and special dietary requirements can be provided on request.
Whether you decide to visit Inverness for a romantic weekend break, bring your family, 'Nessie spotting' or perhaps a business trip our aim is to make your stay at our Guest House a memorable experience.
Pine Guest House is situated on the A862, one of the popular tourist routes to the North and West of Scotland where you drive through spectacular scenery en route to Skye in the west or north to Ullapool where you can board a ferry and enjoy a trip to the beautiful Hebridean Islands. Pony trekking, hill walking and fishing are popular pastimes amongst the many mountains, lochs and rivers in this area.
If a round of golf or a days skiing is your preference then an hours drive north on the A9 the famous links course at Royal Dornoch is a must or head south approximately thirty minutes drive and you reach Aviemore nestled amongst the Cairngorms where during the winter months the ski slopes can be an enjoyable experience.
While enjoying the warm, comfortable, relaxed atmosphere at the MacKay family run Guest House in Inverness you are ideally situated to explore the many castles, distilleries and other places of historic interest.
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This page was last updated: 20 June 2010