Greenacre has large garden, central for touring the Highlands of Scotland

Greenacre has large garden, central for touring the Highlands of Scotland


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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 Bathrooms
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Our home

Greenacre is so named because it stands in an acre of beautiful, landscaped gardens which visitors are invited to share. We have a large kitchen, two well appointed bathrooms, TV's in the bedrooms and large screen tv in the lounge.

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Who we are

  1. Our names are Brian (who thought he had retired)and Olly and we moved to Scotland when we married four years ago. Since moving we have established a very small and friendly B&B and have spent a great deal of time learning the skills to make our craft work and developing our wonderful garden. We love wild life and encourage our 24 varieties of birds to stay around with varous feeders and places to nest. We have a diversity of interests including sailing and walking (we have a wayward Hungarian Puli dog)and have recently purchased a 35 year old MGB GT.

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Located between Inverness and Tain our bright and comfortable home occupies an enviable position on the border of Stittenham Wood, which can be accessed from the rear of the garden. A ten minute walk through the wood leads to the Stittenham Stones where there are superb views over the Cromarty Firth.
Interesting local excursions can be made to Alness (Britain in Bloom winners yet again), Portmahomack, Rogie Falls, The Falls of Shin (local Harrods shop), Dornoch, Lairg, Nigg, Dunrobin Castle, the Pictish Trail and many other destinations.

Using Greenacre as a base longer day trips can be made by both road and rail to all areas of the Northern and Western Highlands where visitors will be awed by the beauty of the landscapes and the tranquility of the countryside.

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