Strathpeffer has a lovely collection of intimate Bed and Breakfasts and Guest Houses. Each is already home to a warm welcome.
Birch Lodge is a comfortable, modern house situated in a quiet area of the unique village of Strathpeffer. There is a choice of a double/family room or twin room.
Craigvar is a distinctive Grade C listed late Georgian house offering luxury accommodation. The house was built in 1839 and has been welcoming guests more or less continuously ever since. It occupies a prominent site overlooking the village square and is close to all amenities.
The Garden House Guest House has 5 letting rooms, all with en-suite facilities, and a guest lounge is available at all times. The Guest House is located about 400m from the centre of Strathpeffer, with off road parking available for guests.
Inver Lodge is run by Kate and Alan Derbyshire, who made their home in the Highlands nearly 20 years ago with their 2 children. They offer a warm and welcoming family home in their traditional Victorian house, offering local produce, fantastic cooking and a wealth of local knowledge.
Linnmhor House is a fully refurbished Edwardian villa offering superior quality, luxury bed and breakfast accommodation.
Two years were spent refurbishing the house before re-opening in June 2009 with the accommodation having taken on a look and feel more that of a boutique hotel than a bed and breakfast. Bed and breakfast is available all year round, with dinner also available every night.
Tollie Guest House has two twin/double en suite rooms.
The two rooms can be combined into a family suite.
Secure storage for sporting equipment
Breakfast: Continental including, fresh Swiss museli, daily fresh Swiss bread, homemade jams and full cooked Scottish breakfast.
White Lodge is one of the oldest original buildings (Listed Building category B) in Strathpeffer and is situated just off the charming main square. The Lodge was built in 1770 and offers one twin/double bedroom (ground floor) and one double bedroom (first floor).