A warm welcome always awaits you at Inver Park House, which Keith and Rhona Gwillim built between 2004 and 2010 to provide great accommodation for bed and breakfast as well as a spacious, warm and comfortable family home.
Its convenient location adjacent to the A9 just north of Dunbeath and 38 miles from John o' Groats, make it an ideal stop-over for tourists going 'round the top', walkers and cyclists on the Lands' End to/from John o' Groats challenge, or those on their way to Orkney. It is also a useful and comfortable place to stay if you are working up here on a short contract.
From the breakfast room in the sun lounge at the front of the house there are stunning views over the sea and in the winter breakfast can accompany spectacular sunrises . . . in the middle of summer of course, it doesn't really get dark and you can easily take an after dinner walk in daylight or twilight and still see right across the Moray Firth.
The back of the house (with two of the guest bedrooms) looks out over our small touring caravan park to the wonderfully shaggy Highland cattle in the field beyond.
This makes a wonderful base for exploring the far north of Scotland, for walking, bird watching, fishing, cliff climbing, or simply relaxing in the peace and tranquillity where the loudest sounds are often the calls of curlews or oystercatchers. Inver Park House is accessed by an easy ramp from the level private parking area adjacent to the front porch. We have three large ensuite guest bedrooms, all on the ground floor.
Our double room, with its antique ash bedroom suite, has views out across the Moray Firth, and the ensuite has a bath and separate walk-in shower.
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