Inver Park House, Houstry Road, Dunbeath, KW6 6EH

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Inver Park House B&B

Inver Park House is a modern property built as a B&B, adjacent to the A9 just north of Dunbeath, Caithness. We have 3 large guest rooms, all on the ground floor, one also equipped for guests with mobility problems. Our ‘Traditional Double’ room has an antique bedroom suite, an ensuite with a bath and shower, and has views over the Moray Firth. Our ‘Peaches and Cream’ family room has a double and a single bed and is often let as a twin room. The large ensuite has a bath with shower over. This room looks out over the caravan park as does the ‘Botanical’ room which has 3 single beds, an ensuite wet room with large accessible shower, fold-down seat and grab rails. This room is often let as a single or a twin. We have an off-road parking area for B&B guests adjacent to the front door, and accessible for wheelchair users. We also have a new, lockable shed for cycle storage. If you arrive wet, it is not a problem as we have an excellent drying room which will dry your clothes overnight, and if you need to do laundry, that is also possible. All our bedrooms have free fast fibre-optic wifi, TVs and fridges. Breakfast is served in our sun room, giving wonderful views looking out over the Moray Firth. We are happy to cater for vegetarians and vegans, and guests requiring gluten-free breakfast choices, with prior notice. Breakfast can be anything from a coffee and piece of toast to a meal that will keep you going all day – your choice. We serve locally-sourced sausages, and eggs from our next-door neighbours, guaranteed extra-fresh! So whether you are touring with a car or motorbike, walking or cycling the NC500, this is a good place to take a break.

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