Kintail House commands a stunning panoramic view of open countryside to the far off Munroes.
Set in the heart of the Black Isle, it is an idyllic rural setting for our bed & breakfast accommodation.
For the outdoor enthusiast, there are many local woodland tracks, with walking and climbing on some of Scotland’s best Munroes within a short drive, and ten golf courses in our local area. We are just a ten minute drive from the Highland capital of Inverness, yet are only an hour from the West coast.
Kintail House is a non-smoking property newly built in 2010.
Great attention to detail has been paid to its spacious interior, with a mixture of modern and antique furnishings throughout. It has the ambiance of a traditional Highland home, with the added comforts of modern day living.
We offer luxury accommodation for our guests with a welcoming living room with open fire, and a spacious dining hall. All rooms have complimentary hospitality trays, with towelling robes and toiletries offered for all our guests.
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For our guests we offer warm and comfortable accommodation with a welcoming living room with open fire and television, and a spacious dining hall.
We have ample private parking and offer drying facilities and secure cycle storage.
On the first floor we have accommodation for six people.
Kintail House is an ideal base to explore the wonderful sights and scenery that the Highlands has to offer.
Inverness-Shire has something for everybody, why not take a trip on Loch Ness, a visit to Culloden battlefield or spend a day in Inverness exploring the shops and restaurants.
Kintail House is perfectly situated for the golfing enthusiast. We are just a twenty minute drive to the Scottish Open Championship links course at Castle Stuart. We also have 10 other courses within a thirty minute drive
A trip on the Moray Firth where dolphin spotting takes place, see the bottle nose dolphins and their young cavorting in the Firth, a sight that will live in the memory forever is a short drive away.
Fancy a dram? Why not take a trip to the Muir of Ord, Tomatin or Glenmorangie distilleries, or further afield you can explore the famous Malt Whisky Trail.
For those who don’t mind a little drive it will take you about 90 minutes to get to the Isle of Skye where there are many things to see an do, Skye is steeped in history and well worth a visit.
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