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Welcome to Ardvreckan B&B  (4 stars STB)

(Tel:  01381 621523)

(GPS:  57.5701)

Situated in the picturesque fishing village of Avoch in the Black Isle, two miles from Fortrose,  Ardvreckan, from its elevated position, enjoys stunning views over the inner Moray Firth and provides an excellent base for walking, bird-watching, superb marine life including of course the famous Moray Firth dolphins.   A drive of about 30 minutes will take you to Castle Stuart, the home of this year's Barclay's Scottish Open;  a drive of 50 minutes will take you to Ullapool and a longer drive of over 2 hours will take you to Scrabster, the port for Orkney

The local hotel, a few minutes walk from Ardvreckan is open for good quality meals.  The Anderson Hotel in Fortrose;  the Eilean Dubh Fortrose and Crofters Cafe Bar Rosemarkie also serve excellent food.



Getting Here
Click on the pink map top right to see a Google map showing our location. You can print this out to help you find us easily.

Directions:
From the south, follow the A9 north. Take the B9161 (A832) to Munlochy and then the A832 to Avoch. When you reach the Station Hotel in the middle of Avoch, turn left up the hill opposite (look out for Visit Scotland sign).   Continue up hill until you see the 2nd Visit Scotland sign.  

A selection of what our guests have said:

"Thank you so much for your welcome;  your lovely breakfast and all your kindness".  Colin and Mary Martin, Fife (April 2014)

"Wonderful accommodation, breakfast.  Beautiful garden and views.  Lovely to meet you.  Thanks.  Julia and Colin Wylde, Sydney NSW (November 2013).

"Great stay, comfortable and homely.  Lovely breakfast.  Views astounding.  It was a pleasure to meet you." Dianne & Dominique Edwards (May 2012)

"Always a privelege and a pleasure to stay here."  Bob Drummond (May 2012)

"A home from home.  Many many thanks for your kndness."  The Bellshaw family (November 2011)

"Thanks again for making us feel confortable and welcome.  Everything ship shape and in crystal fashion.  Thanks."  J Cross and L Payne (September 2011)

"Very nice B & B.  Very nice lady and food was great.  Thanks.  Andrew x (November 2011)

"It has been a pleasure to stay with a real Scottish lady!  Super hospitality and even going home with recipes.  Thanks so much."  (E & J Morris, England - May 2010).

"It is not a B & B - it's made a home from home by Mrs Patience.  Thank you."  (Mr & Mrs Russell, Hereford - July 2010).

"Four stars does not indicate the hospitality and friendliness of this establishment.  Food brilliant and everything else excellent - Liz and Billy McNeil (former Captain of Celtic Football Club) - (May 2007).

We look forward to seeing you.

 



 




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