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Gairloch hotel Bed & Breakfast in an Eighteenth Century farmhouse peacefully situated outside Gairloch village in the North-Western Highlands of Scotland.

Kerrysdale House is a listed farmhouse, built in 1793 by the Mackenzies of Gairloch. Today this historic house offers visitors modern comforts and a hearty breakfast amidst the peaceful surroundings of lovely Kerrysdale.

It is set back from the road in its own large garden surrounded by mature Canadian Redwood trees.

Kerrysdale House Accommodation

We have three guest bedrooms. One double with large private bathroom, and two double/twin rooms each with large en suite bathroom.

• A full cooked breakfast with choices
• Television in all rooms
• Free wi-fi Internet access
• Warm, centrally-heated rooms
• Tea facilities
• Hairdryer and iron
• Excellent drying room for your outdoor wear
• Guide books
• Non-smoking
• Packed lunch by arrangement (extra charge)
Open all year
Tariff 2011:
Rates are per person per night, and include full Scottish breakfast.

On the coast overlooking the Western Isles, nearby Gairloch has much to offer for a relaxing holiday, with
its 9-hole Golf Course, pitch & putt, sports & leisure centre and the prize-winning Heritage Museum.

And of course a stroll round the fishing harbour or on one of the many quiet sandy beaches is not to be missed. Sea and freshwater fishing can be arranged, with boats to hire. Trips on the loch specialize in spotting marine life including whales and porpoises.

Dining out
Gairloch has several excellent hotels, restaurants and bars within a 3 mile radius. We will be happy to make recommendations and reservations on your behalf.

Further afield
Six miles north of Gairloch is the world famous subtropical Inverewe Garden, owned by the National Trust for Scotland. To the south is the lovely Loch Maree with the Torridons beyond, and all around there are hills to walk or climb.

Kerrysdale House is on the A832, on the scenic Wester Ross Coastal Trail just south of Gairloch. It is set back from the road, 400 yds north of the Badachro turning – 68 miles from Inverness, 55 miles from Ullapool, 30 miles from Torridon.

Email Kerrysdale House enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com