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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 Welcome to Drynachan Bed and Breakfast.

Our 17th century cottage is nestled by the banks of Loch Oich and is reputed to be one of the oldest inhabited dwellings in Lochaber.

We offer you a warm and welcoming home from home at our Highland B&B. Located on the A82, in the heart of the Highlands our B&B is the perfect location for touring, yet still gives the peaceful feeling of being miles away from it all.

With breathtaking views of the Great Glen and loch, why not book in for a relaxing break or a recuperating stop over. Come to Drynachan, after all Bonnie Prince Charlie called here on his escape from the Battle of Culloden.

Drynachan Bed & Breakfast Accommodation

All our rooms are decorated to reflect the soft hues and colours of the Highlands. You can peruse our library of books from the history and geography of Scotland, to children’s books of ‘Nessie’. We also have nearly 300 DVD’s from James Stewart and John Wayne to up to date films, including all the Harry Potter Films!

On chilly winter evenings you can sit in front of a roaring log fire and during summer’ evenings enjoy the garden. There is access from the garden directly onto the Great Glen path and across the road is Loch Oich. For those of you that need to ‘keep in touch’ - Wi-Fi is available.

Family Double en-suite room; The soft pinks and purples of the mountains and glens were the inspiration for
the Double/Family Room. The double bed as recently been changed and now has a memory foam mattress to support you to the ‘arms of Morpheus’.

The full sized daybed increases the versatility of the room and also benefits from an electric blanket. A travel cot is available for the ‘wee bairns’.

The whirlpool bath and separate shower are a bonus after your day walking or travelling. Enjoy those ‘little extras’ found in the room, velour bathrobes, slippers, complimentary toiletries, full fair-trade hospitality tray, “pillow spray”,
chocolates and fresh flowers. Not forgetting the essentials, hairdryer and TV/DVD player (with satellite receiver).
And of course the luxury egyptian cotton bed linen and extra thick fluffy towels.

Our cosy Twin Room with coombed ceiling reflects the soft colours of the woodland and the evening light on the loch. A vanity unit compliments the private shower and toilet on the ground floor. Enjoy those ‘little extras’
provided in the rooms,velour robes, slippers and complimentary toiletries, fair-trade hospitality tray, “pillow spray”, choccies’ and fresh flowers.

Not forgetting the essentials, electric blankets, hairdryer and TV/DVD player (with satellite receiver). And of course our Egyptian cotton bed linen and extra thick fluffy towels.

At Drynachan our cosy sitting room is a “home from home” where you can sit and relax after a day of sightseeing or on those chilly autumnal and winter night enjoy the open fire.

Why not enjoy a hot drink and some of Sonia’s homemade shortbread while planning the next days adventure ... Or just chill out and watch one of the many DVD’s from our collection.

Your breakfast will be served in our homely dining room between 8.00 and 9.00 a.m. If you would like an earlier breakfast we are happy to discuss this with you.

We appreciate that after a couple of weeks “B&Bing” a cooked breakfast can become repetitive, so we offer a diverse choice of the regulars with some mouth-watering differences...

We offer a range of traditional evening Scottish meals but we do require 48 hours notice to prepare a meal to suit your wishes and dietary requirements. Our evening meals are usually served at 7.30 p.m. Please speak to us if you would like a slightly earlier time.

As we do not have an alcohol license, we are happy for you to supply your own drink and we can chill your white wine or open and let your red wine breathe.... Oh! and if you are from Oz, yes we can freeze your beer glasses too!

We use either home or locally grown produce, when available. All meat and fish are sourced locally. Please note that NUTS are used in our kitchen.

Drynachan Tours
Many of our guests are not used to driving on the “correct side” of the road and it can become very tiring for the
designated driver in your party. So why not take a day out (especially our American or antipodean guests who are
on the grand tour and covering a lot of mileage) and let your driver actually enjoy the scenery as well?

On the other hand you may like a rest from driving completely, in which case we can pick you up from Edinburgh,
Glasgow, Aberdeen or Inverness airports, or train stations and take you on a tour of the Highlands to suit you.
Based here at Drynachan - the heart of the Highlands - we can take you on some of the suggested tours, where
our knowledge of the area will take your trips to a special level.

A visit to those favourite distilleries and a taste of those special “expressions”, can be enjoyed without worrying
about driving. You choose the distilleries (island whiskies are dependent on ferry timetables). We can transport
you and maybe give away some of the secrets en route........

Many of these tours have been enjoyed by our previous guests, and we hope these suggestions will enrich your
holiday, whether you choose to drive yourself or we take you. Drynachan has maps here for you to borrow, with
the complete itinerary printed out to help you enjoy your day trip.

Packed lunches or complete picnics can be supplied to make the days even more special. Please note that costs do not include any entrance or admission fees.

Getting there from the Information Centre:

Head south from Fort Augustus on the A82 for 6 miles. Pass over the Swing Bridge at the north end of Loch Oich. Drynachan is the first cottage on the right hand side of the road after 1 mile. We are the old cottage with the yellow doors.

Getting There by Car:
Drynachan is located on the west side of Loch Oich on the A82. It is approximately 1.5 miles north of the junction of the A82 and A87 (1 mile south of the River Oich Swing Bridge). “We are the old cottage with the yellow doors.”

Getting There by Railway:
The nearest train station to Drynachan is Spean Bridge some 15 miles south of Invergarry.

Getting there by Aeroplane:
Glasgow international airport is about 126 miles south on the A82. Our nearest regional airport is Inverness about 40 miles to the north of the village.

Email Drynachan Bed & Breakfast enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com