Ardmeanach House

Bed and Breakfast in Inverness, Highlands and Islands (Highlands)

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

43 Fairfield Road
Inverness
Highlands and Islands
Scotland
IV3 5QP

Ardmeanach House, Inverness

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Ardmeanach was built in the mid 19th Century by a Local Shipping Agent. It was later owned by the Bishops of Inverness who lived here for several years.The House was originally called Ardchatten after the Priory of the same name on Loch Etive in Argyll.We are situated about an eight minute walk from the City Centre where you will find a very varied and large choice of both Restaurants and Pubs for you to Dine in.All Bedrooms are En Suite We have WiFi Freeview TV's and Tea and Coffee Facilities in all rooms. Off Street Parking Comfortable Residents Lounge and separate Dining Room.

We are only a 10 Minute walk from the City Centre. Short Taxi run from Bus and Train Station and 15 Minutes from the Airport.

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