Bridge House

01463 714770
19 Harris Road
Since becoming a city in 2001, in the process becoming the most northerly city in the UK, Inverness has firmly established itself as the capital of the Scottish Highlands and a vibrant centre for culture, arts, commerce and industry.

Recently voted as the happiest place in Scotland to live it is little wonder that visitors flock here to bask in some of that reflected glory and as a result there are numerous first class options for bed and breakfast accommodation. Among them is Bridge House, situated just 15 minutes walk from the city centre, and it has a few unique surprises of its own which raise it above the norm in this ever popular city.

Proprietor Jacqueline Stewart is a head chef and general manager with over 40 years experience in the hospitality industry. Needless to say it is the attention to detail which makes Bridge House the first choice for overnights, weekends and longer stays in Inverness.

Locally sourced food is a key ingredient here, including a 30 mile round trip for double yolk eggs. All meat, seafood and vegetables are also locally sourced and jam, lemon curd, and chutney are all made on the premises. With that full Scottish breakfast taken care of guests can enjoy the comfort of the bedrooms and make full use of other on-site facilities.

There are two guest bedrooms available, both doubles, one with an additional single bed. Guests share a private bathroom with shower and WC. Guests can also enjoy drinks on the patio, complete with barbeque, outdoor pizza oven and fire pit, all to the gentle sounds of the burn running through the garden.

Rates for bed and breakfast are £50 per person per night and for those family pets who like to come on holiday too, dogs are welcome by prior arrangement.