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Invergarry is a village at the foot of Glengarry, on the main Fort William - Inverness road through the Great Glen. Loch Oich, Loch Garry and the Glengarry Forest are among the natural attractions of the area, and the ruined 17th century Invergarry Castle is on the shire of Loch Oich.

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Invergarry Hotels Binnilidh Mhor is a large luxurious traditional style holiday home, set in two acres in the beautiful area of Dalchreichart, Glenmoriston, not far from the shores of Loch Ness in the Highlands of Scotland.

A region of about 30 scattered houses and situated 37 miles south west of Inverness with the nearest village of Invermoriston located 10 miles north-east back towards Inverness.

Binnilidh Mhor Accommodation

While Binnilidh Mhor has all the convenience of modern living, much effort has been made in designing the house to blend in with the crofting surroundings and the interior has been decorated to a high standard to give an authentic Scottish feel with an open log fire and tartan furnishings.

Binnilidh Mhor is a spacious and luxurious home with a sleeping capacity of four to six. There are two large bedrooms with six foot wide pine bedsteads and can be made up as doubles or twins. There is ample wardrobe space and each bedroom has its own en-suite bathroom with a bath, separate large shower and toilet sink.

Each bedroom is equipped with a television, video, clock radio and hairdryer. Dressing table, chest of drawers and full-length mirror.

To the back of the house is a large utility room equipped with a washing machine, tumble dryer and a designated area to dry damp and wet clothing. There is a cupboard where you will find an iron and board, hoover and various other cleaning utensils.

The utility room leads into an open plan kitchen, dining area and living area. The kitchen is fully equipped with oven, hob, hood, large fridge freezer, dishwasher and all necessary crockery and utensils. The dining area has an expanding table which seats four to six people.

The living area has an open log fire, patio windows to maximize the view across the glen and a reclining leather sofa for extra comfort. There is a television, video, satellite TV and small Hi-Fi provided. On the bookcase you will find a selection of books, CD’s, videos and games.

There is a second leather sofa in the living area which converts into a double bed for guests five and six. A shower room has been provided for their comfort and can be accessed via the inner hallway or the utility room.

Binnilidh Mhor faces south-east towards the river Moriston which flows into Loch Ness and has an elevated position set back from the single track road with spectacular views across the glen. A driveway leads up to the house first crossing a small bridge over the burn at the bottom of the garden. To the back of the house is a large and secluded garden where you can watch birds of prey hover over the heather.

The Hills & Mountains to the West at Tomchrasky:
Garden furniture is placed on a decked area directly to the left of the back door where you can enjoy the sunshine in the afternoon and perhaps a meal or two in the fresh Highland air.

To the side of the house is a large secure shed where mountain bikes are stored for your use but you may bring your own bikes if you prefer. Logs are stored under the outer part of the shed for the open fire.

We have been accepted by the Walkers and Cyclists welcome scheme and Category 3 Disabled. Binnilidh Mhor is suitable for guests with mobility difficulties and sympathetic to wheelchair users.

There are no extra charges as our price is all inclusive and includes:
. Towels & Bed Linen.
. TV, Video, Satellite TV and Hi-Fi.
. Washing Machine, Tumble Dryer, Dishwasher, Microwave and Hairdryer.
. Electricity.
. Oil for Central Heating.
. Logs for Open Fire (from September to May).
. Use of Mountain Bikes.
. Parking.
. Use of BBQ and Coals.

Child Policy
Binnilidh Mhor is not suitable for younger children therefore resident children must be 10 years or older.

Pet Policy
Sorry but we do not accept pets.

Cycling and Walking

Invermoriston, Fort Augustus and Drumnadrochit are all part of the Great Glen Way. There are many paths and cycle routes to suit everyone from short gentle wooded or loch side walks to the more challenging old Drove Roads.

Hill Climbing
Glenmoriston offers a central base to many of the most spectacular mountain ranges in the Highlands. Kintail, Knoydart and the Cullins to the West. The Nevis Range to the South. The Monadhliaths to the East and the Affric hills to the North.

Touring & Sightseeing
Take a cruise on Loch Ness and visit the Loch Ness Monster Exhibition at Drumnadrochit. Visit the City of Inverness, the Highland Capital and see Culloden Moor where the famous battle of Culloden took place.

Other Activities
There is pony trekking at Borlum Farm, Drumnadrochit and the Great Glen Water Park near Invergarry offers a large range of water sports. Fishing is available on a number of the local rivers and hill lochs and Glenmoriston offers an abundance of wildlife and scenery which would appeal greatly to the keen birdwatcher, nature lover, photographer and artist.

Rest & Relaxation
Which ever direction you decide to go there is plenty to see and do. Of course, if you just want to get away from it all and completely relax, then Binnilidh Mhor is a perfect and peaceful Highland Hideaway.

The Glenmoriston and Surrounding Area
The Five Sisters of Kintail

Binnilidh Mhor enjoys a central location with the Skye Bridge just over an hour away to the west driving through the rugged landscape of Cluanie, past the five sisters of Kintail and Eilean Donan Castle.

Eilean Donan Castle
Drive an hour south and you will arrive at Fort William with the historic Fort Augustus Abbey and Spean Bridge on the way. Travel a bit further and you are in the village of Glencoe with its famous mountains and the West Highland Way.

Inverness is less than an hour drive North East with the beautiful and enchanting Loch Ness and historic Urquhart Castle at Drumnadrochit, There are designated view points placed along the way to fully appreciate the breath taking scenery.

Closer to home Redburn café is less than 2 miles away and the village of Invermoriston (10 miles) has a shop with post office, café, restaurant, hotel, bar, village hall with public toilets and one or two craft shops. Fort Augustus (16 miles) with its famous Abbey and the Caledonian Canal has a few craft shops, garage with grocery and gift shop and one or two restaurants and cafes. It even has a Rare Breeds Park where you can experience a real working croft.

Firstly - How to Get to Invermoriston A82:

Inverness and Loch Ness Route
At Inverness – take the A82 sign posted Fort William and drive to Invermoriston (27 miles).

A9 - Monarch of the Glen Route:
From Perth take the A9 north to Dalwhinnie (57 miles). Turn off at Dalwhinnie and follow the A889 for a few miles until you come to a “T” junction. Turn left at the “T” Junction on to the A86 to Spean Bridge (driving through the area of Laggan where the popular TV series “Monarch of the Glen” is filmed).

Dalwhinnie to Spean Bridge is 36 miles. At Spean Bridge take a right on to the A82 sign posted for Inverness and drive to Invermoriston (29 miles).

Glencoe & Fort William Route:
Take the A82 up through the spectacular mountains of Glencoe on the west side of Scotland and on to Fort William. Follow the A82 road signs for Inverness and drive to Invermoriston (38 miles).

How to get to Binnilidh Mhor via Invermoriston:
At Invermoriston village take the road sign posted A887 – Kyle of Lochalsh (between the shop and the Glenmoriston Arms Hotel). Follow this road for 10 miles where on the last mile the road becomes single track. (Please take great care on the single track road when meeting on coming traffic and drive very close to the left side as there is not much room to pass).

After you have passed a red telephone box on the right you will come to Torgoyle Bridge. Turn right immediately before the bridge (sign posted Dalchreichart – Tomchrasky). Binnilidh Mhor is just under a mile along this single track road on the right hand side and is clearly sign posted.

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