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Welcome to Founders House
Bed & Breakfast
Helen Stuart and her husband, Chris, welcome you to their home in the Scottish Highlands. We like living here and exploring Scotland ourselves and will be delighted to help you to get the most out of your visit and to enjoy your stay here.
Whether you are looking for an active break, or you just wish to relax, the area has something for everyone.
Accommodation: one double bedroom en suite and use of guest lounge. TV, tea making facilities, free wifi. Sorry but no pets. For the convenience of other guests and ourselves no smoking within the house.
Scottish Golf Open 2011
This year the Scottish Golf Open 2011 championship will be held at Castle Stuart Golf Links and Nairn from 7th July to 10th July. Come for the Open and visit and play on some of the other excellent golf courses in the area.
Lands End to John O'Groats
If you are undertaking the Lands End to John O'Groats (LeJog as the cyclists call it) journey then Charleston is an excellent stop over being just off the A9.
The house is located on the sea shore of the Beauly Firth at Charleston, North Kessock, just 10 minutes drive from Inverness over the Kessock Bridge.
Charleston is a small village along the road from North Kessock from where the ferry used to ply back and forth across the water to Inverness in the days before the bridge was built.
North Kessock has a hotel with bar and dining facilities. There is a village shop, post office and also a teashop. There is a regular bus service to and from Inverness. You can often see dolphins and all along the shore line you will see Herons patrol the waters edge,
Swans swim up to the front garden and numerous coastal birds (for example, oyster catchers, redshank, curlew, shell ducks etc) can be spotted regularly. On occasion you may also see Osprey fishing out in the firth. In addition the elusive otter is sometimes spotted in the area and has been known to swim by the front garden.