The Steading has now been under our ownwership for over eleven years. We offer 4 quality en-suite bedrooms three of which are double rooms and one twin room as well as self catering apartment and a restaurant.
The Bed and Breakfast is situated in the Scottish Highlands, six miles from Loch Ness, and attracts visitors from all over the world who come to see the ancient landscapes, cities, towns, historical ruins, castles, prehistoric, neolithic monuments, museums, seascapes, and beaches.
Our position is ideal for seeing the Scottish Highlands; from here, you can reach Inverness, the Scottish Highlands' largest city and cultural hub.
The closest attractions to us are Loch Ness, Ben Nevis, Fort William, Eilean Donan Castle, and the Isle of Skye, where you can enjoy forest, river walks, wild life & bird watching, hill walking, climbing, cycling, horseback riding, loch or river fishing, and water Sports, as well as other outdoor activities.
This is a fantastic area for both motorbikes and cyclists, with breathtaking scenery, majestic glens, forests, lochs, villages, towns, cities, and a diverse countryside to explore, beaches, iconic castles, rugged coastlines, Castles full of history, grand gardens, mountains, lowlands, great forests, and moorland teeming with life.
The Scottish Highlands welcomes you every day of the year to enjoy and help care of a truly the most beautiful place in our world.
The Sottish Highlands is at the fore front of wildlife and cultural conservation, a living place where wildlife and people have thrived together for thousands of years, Scotland is blessed with the presence of over 100 different bird species, including golden eagle, black grouse, osprey, red kite, Scottish cross bill and crested tit.
Habitats are widely varied and include agricultural land, pastures, woodland, moorland, wetlands, mountains, rivers, lochs, mudflats, cliffs and sea.
A place with so many activities are available for the old, the young at hart and the young, from walking, There is a huge variety of possible hikes to choose from but where ever you venture, you will enjoy the fantastic scenery, sense of wilderness and rich history and heritage, visit a whisky distillery, Highland Castles, Gardens, wildlife reserve, pastures, woodland, moorland, wetlands, mountains, rivers, lochs, mudflats, cliffs and sea walks in very diverse environments,
In October you will find woodlands which fringe the glens turn bold shades of amber and gold, offering superb autumnal vistas to walk through and photograph. The roar of rutting stags fills the glens while you take in magnificent views through the crisp autumn air.
Cycling, take in some of Scotland’s most impressive wild places, from the mountains and lochs of Wester Ross and Assynt to the rugged sea cliffs of Sutherland.
The ever changing landscape will take your breath away, leaving you eager to get back in the saddle wanting more every day, mountain biking riding bicycles off road, often over rough terrain, using specially designed mountain bikes.
Mountain bikes share similarities with other bikes but incorporate features designed to enhance durability and performance in rough terrain.
Mountain biking can generally be broken down into multiple categories
cross country, trail riding, all mountain, downhill, freeride and dirt jumping. However, the majority of mountain biking falls into the categories of Trail and Cross Country riding styles,
Pony trekking, Explore Scotland's wild and other worldly landscapes on a sure-footed horse or pony and make a memory that will last a lifetime.
Horse riding is immensely popular in Scotland and there are stables and riding providers based all around the country where you can book a leisurely trek, an exciting hack or a professional lesson.
You could even go on a horse riding holiday, Water sports, With the perfect mix of calm lochs, fast moving rapids and crashing waves, the range of water sports in Scotland is second to none.
Scotland has over 10,000 km of coastline, as well as many lochs and rivers, whether you are surfing Atlantic swells, rafting down a grade 5 river, or sea kayaking around the islands off the west coast, you are in for a thrilling adventure in Scotland.
Snow shoeing, Snow shoeing is one of the great winter pleasures in Glen Affric and surrounding glens, Golf, With over 600 golf courses to explore, Scotland is the perfect location for a world class golfing holiday, museums, such as Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, home to 22 themed, state-of-the-art galleries displaying an astonishing 8000 objects, the Kelvingrove's collections is extensive, wide ranging & internationally significant, they include natural history, arms and armour, periods of history and much more.
In the Scottish Highlands you can find complete peace and a perfect opportunity to relax in some of the most spectacular scenery, offering all types of accommodation from Bed and Breakfast, hotels, self catering, holiday rentals, caravans, pods, A frames, caravan parks, camping, camper-van sites, Castles, lodges, a light house, or a bothy on the edge of the ancient forest or half way up a mountain side, in Scotland we have all types of accommodation to suite all budgets, Along with an abundance of culture, fantastic heritage, Food and drink, stunning cities and a wealth of activities to suit all ages and interests, you will find more than enough to entertain all kinds of holiday makers.
So, whether you’re on two feet or two paws, a holiday here is guaranteed to have something to offer.