Anderson's farmhouse is situated in the tranquil Great Glen, minutes from the mysterious, serene, splendor of Loch Ness and castle Urquhart. Glen Affric in all its beauty is close by.
Run by Sonia and Graham whose family have been in the hotel business for over 130 years they guarantee all the special touches to make your stay memorable.
For a speedy personal response please contact us by phone (opposite) or use the link to our website to book online and find out more
Here at Andersons we take bed and breakfast accommodation to a new level offering a huge range of facilities including;
Hot Tub complete with mood lighting and music
Fully equipped gym
Riverside bbq and picnic area
Own patio and individual entrance to each room
Fully equipped, top of the range kitchen in your room
Washing and drying facilities including a drying room for any wet gear
Widescreen TV. Surround sound, DVD and radio
Library of books, maps and DVD's
Hair dryer, iron, ironing board, bathrobes, towels and tea tray provided
Meet our friendly highland cow and Shetland sheep with lambs in the spring
Safe, fenced garden complete with full sized trampoline and horse swing
If you are looking for a relaxed, luxury holiday with hosts that really care then look no further"..."..."..."..."... We are situated in the perfect position for you to explore all the attractions the beautiful, Highlands has to offer"...why not hire a mountain bikes for a scenic cycle ride to the last remaining Caledonian forest 'Glen Affric' or a stroll to the historical Loch Ness and world famous Urquhart Castle were the local exhibitions come alive with knowledge and excitement regarding its mystery.
We are on the route of The Great Glen way and soon to be opened North Highland way for all those keen walkers and mountain bikers amongst you.
Our top of the range breakfast menu deals with all appetites from organic muesli to a highland haggis feast, eggs Florentine to delicious pastries and that's not all we provide afternoon tea with a selection of home made cakes in front of the roaring log fire perfect for unwinding after all the action.
Here at Anderson's we do provide a selection of dinner menus from a three-course dream cuisine to simpler bar snack and children's dishes. (To be arranged with 24 hours notice or prior to arrival)
Our rooms are filled with every possible extra to fill your every needs, we even have an on hand guide to map out walks, cycle and car routes so you can venture into the cascading hills with all the knowledge you need.
We really have created the perfect home away from home with those all important extras and total dedication towards attention to detail.
Visit our Website: www.greatglenbandb.co.uk
|Open All Year|
|2013 Opening Time (20/03/2013 - 31/10/2013)|
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