Bridgend House - Loch Ness B&B
Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Drumnadrochit

STB 4 stars

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Bridgend House
Scottish Tourist Board 4 Stars

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Rosalyn Luffman - Bridgend House - Village Green - Drumnadrochit IV63 6TX - Scotland
Tel: +44 (0)1456 450865

Bridgend House B&B stands on the Village Green, in the centre of the picturesque village of Drumnadrochit. It is just a short walk from the Loch Ness Monster Exhibition, Urquhart Castle, and mysterious Loch Ness.
It is an ideal base for walking and touring - there is ample parking for cars, motorbikes, and a safe lock-up for bicycles.


Bridgend House is a cosy Scottish home which offers guests a choice of tastefully decorated bedrooms:

  • 1 king-size double room with en-suite facilities
  • 1 Twin bedded room with en-suite facilities
  • 1 super-king double bedded room with en-suite facilities

B&B prices per night:

from £39 - £45 per person

Open Easter to end September

There is a 5-day cancellation policy
in accordance with the Scottish Tourist Board
- please enquire when booking

The bedrooms have Sky TV/DVD, hairdryers, books, plentiful beverage trays, fresh fruit and many little extras.
Free WiFi is available.
NO SMOKING throughout the house. Children 12 years minimum age please.

twin bedroom Hall double bedroom

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Breakfast is served in a pretty dining room, using fresh local produce to cater for a wide choice of appetites, like Scottish back bacon, free-range eggs, kippers and the all important porridge. There are a variety of hotels, restaurants, inns and cafes, some within walking distance, others just a short drive, for lunches and dinners.

sunroom the old cottage dining room

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Bridgend House is over 165 years old and has a claim to have been a 'poor house' at the end of the 1880s and then a prison. Later it was used as lodgings for soldiers returning from World War I. Behind the house is the River Enrick which flows from high up in the glens and down into Loch Ness.
The present village green was the site of a busy cattle market in early 1800 when drovers brought their cattle to the village and then onwards to the docks at Inverness via the drovers tracks which now shadow the Great Glen Way walking route.

Outdoor Activities
In addition to the Great Glen Way which runs 73 miles from Fort William to Inverness, this area has unlimited opportunities for walkers of all abilities. Close to Drumnadrochit is scenic Glen Affric (one of the longest glens of the Great Glen) and Glen Strathfarrar which is home to some of the 284 Munros in Scotland. Golf, fishing, horse-riding and shooting are all available locally. During the winter season, ski-ing takes place on the Nevis Range near Fort William and in the Cairngorm mountains near Aviemore.

Glen Moriston
Glen Moriston
Glen Affric
Glen Affric
Great Glen - Loch Lochy
Loch Lochy
While you are here, you shouldn't miss a boat trip on Loch Ness which will give you a splendid view of Castle Urquhart from the water. There are regular departures from spring to autumn from Drumnadrochit and also Inverness. The locks of the Caledonian Canal can be seen in the pretty village of Fort Augustus.

Cawdor Castle, Brodie Castle, Culloden Battlefield and Fort George are just some of the other historic places of interest in this area. Step back further in time and visit the stone circles of the Clava Cairns and the Corrimony Chambered Cairn which is situated in Glen Urquhart.

Cawdor Castle
Cawdor Castle
Urquhart Castle, Loch Ness
Urquhart Castle


  • To the west: Fort William, Oban, Eilean Donan Castle and the Isle of Skye.
  • To the north: historic Dornoch, Dunrobin Castle, John o'Groats and the Orkney Isles.
  • To the south: Kingussie, Aviemore, the Cairngorm mountains and Perth.
  • To the east: Inverness, the Black Isle, Nairn, Elgin, Aberdeen and Royal Deeside.
Eilean Donan Castle
Eilean Donan Castle


Approximate distances from Drumnadrochit:

  • Inverness 15 miles
  • Fort Augustus 18 miles
  • Aviemore 45 miles
  • Fort William 50 miles
  • Kyle of Lochalsh (Skye Bridge) 64 miles

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Guest Comments 2014

'Wonderful warm welcome, a fabulous stay with Rosalyn and Molly' (Paul & Jenny, Australia)
"A model B&B - not a single thing could be better" (Valerie, North Carolina, USA)
'Thank you for your great hospitality, it was a pleasure to stay here' (Monika & Heiko, Switzerland)
'Room excellent, breakfast excellent - we will be back!' (Tony & Steve, Doncaster, Yorkshire)
"A rare thing, an elegant B&B, comfortable, superb breakfast, charming hostess, and in our view, the best B&B on The Great Glen and the West Highland Way' (Austen& Julie, Salisbury, Wiltshire)

Rosalyn and her dog Molly look forward to meeting you!


Bridgend House
Village Green
Drumnadrochit IV63 6TX
Tel: +44 (0)1456 450865

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Text and photos of Bridgend House Copyright © 2005-2016 Rosalyn Luffman
Photos of Glen Affric, Glen Moriston and Loch Lochy Copyright 1994 Corel and its licensors.
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Additional scenic photos Copyright © The Internet Guide to Scotland | The Internet Guide to Inverness | The Chatelaine's Scottish Castles