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Old Pier House

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Osh Mackenzie

on 15 June 2010

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OLD PIER HOUSE This charming Bed & Breakfast is situated on the South-Western shore of Loch Ness. The entrance lies along the A82, linking Inverness with Fort William, which runs through the small tourist haven the village.
It is run by Jenny Mackenzie and is a very friendly small B&B with 3 log cabins as well. What is available? In the house there are 4 bedrooms, all ensuite. The main double room has lovely views on the loch, whereas the other double and twin rooms are both facing the back, however still with views on the bay.
There is also a family room which can sleep three or four, but can be opened into a cosy apartment with its own kitchen unit, sitting room, large bathroom and entrance. Also to be had are 3 lovely, compact log cabins, purposefully built for a lovely and cosy experience. There is a smaller log cabin at the back of the house with only a double bed, however it is fully equipped with bathroom, kitchen unit, sitting area, enclosed garden and parking space.
The most exquisite of the 3 cabins is right on the water edge with fantastic views facing South-East, so getting the best of the sun for the whole day. It has 2 rooms with a double bed in one and two single beds in the other, ideal for a family with older children. It also has a well-sized bathroom, large kitchen and large sitting room indoors, whilst having a parking space, garden and picnic/barbeque area overlooking the loch outside.
The final log cabin is exactly like the aforementioned, however with a double bed room and a room with a double bed and a single bed, ideal for a family with younger children. This cabin may also have a dog staying, but at extra charge and it must be female. There is also a picnic area, but with the cabin being North-West facing, the view is not of the loch, but of the overlooking mountains.
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