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You can be sure of a warm welcome at Curlew Cottage Bed and Breakfast near Invergarry and experience one of the most stunning and peaceful locations in the Highlands.
Curlew Cottage Bed and Breakfast offers high quality upstairs twin room accommodation overlooking the tranquil and protected shore of Loch Garry.
Curlew Cottage is situated near the village of Invergarry and occupies a hill overlooking Loch Garry in the tiny township of Inchlaggan along what many people consider to be the finest and most scenic route in Scotland – a remote and spectacular passing road which incorporates every aspect of Scottish scenery along its length and eventually ends altogether down at the remote sea loch at Kinloch Hourn; the secret gateway to the hills of Knoydart which are only accessible on foot or by boat. Curlew Cottage is the only home run Bed and Breakfast along the road to Kinloch Hourn.
Customers please note - we are no longer taking bookings for our self catering accommodation; ‘Wren Cottage‘.
Booking a visit at Curlew Cottage for bed and breakfast offers you a unique opportunity to spend your holiday by Loch Garry and experience the peace and tranquility of this area of outstanding natural beauty with its remote location, spectacular scenery and its abundance of wildlife.
Take advantage of this stunning and remote location and use it as a base to tour the Highlands and further afield. Situated just off the A87, Curlew Cottage is the ideal Bed and Breakfast on the way to Skye, The Hebrides and the Outer Isles, or on the way to Applecross or Wester Ross. The location of Curlew Cottage and its self catering cottage makes the ideal touring base if you’re heading for the Knoydart Munros or the munros in Glen Shiel, the Nevis Range and Ben Nevis, Glencoe and Torridon, Wester Ross.
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