Springburn Lodge

Address: Windhill , Inverness, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, IV4 7AS , United Kingdom | 4 star b&b
 
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The Springburn Lodge is a cozy bed and breakfast outside Beauly. Nestled in the Highlands, this location offers easy access to Inverness and Loch Ness. Guests who plan to hike, fish, walk, and explore while on vacation in Scotland find the location extremely satisfying. The lodge has five double bedrooms with private bathroom facilities and two double rooms with shared facilities.

Rooms are clean and welcoming with a soothing neutral color palette and dark wood furniture. The sunny conservatory offers the ideal spot for lounging with a cup of coffee or enjoying a good book. Breakfast is served in the elegant and spacious dining room. Guests praise the variety served daily, which includes options to suit nearly any taste. An on-site pool and Jacuzzi are ideal for a laid-back afternoon.

Guests give this homey bed and breakfast high ratings and regularly boast that they hope to come back soon. For comfortable lodgings that feel like home, this lodge is an ideal choice. Located in the rustic hamlet of Windhill, it provides an escape from the bustle of a big town. Expect to enjoy the sound of birds outside as you paddle about the indoor pool and spot wildlife like deer outside the windows. The Springburn Lodge truly takes you away from it all.

 

Location

This 4 star B&B, located on Windhill , Inverness, is near Aigas Field Centre, Campbells of Beauly, Abriachan Nurseries, and Iain Marr Antiques.
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