Where can you wake up to smells of freshly baked bread, unrivalled views of Loch Ness and stay with exceptionally hospitable hosts who feel like friends? The Pottery House.
This award winning ‘home from home’ bed and breakfast accommodation is in a peaceful location accessed via a wooded entrance. Its elevated position benefits from far reaching views of world famous Loch Ness.
Within a short walk is the beach and the local, family run pub, Dores Inn. Plenty of areas of interest and things to do, can easily be reached by car. A car is essential to fully appreciate the surrounding area and a parking space is provided at the property.
Three rooms are available, two of which overlook Loch Ness.
I stayed in the spacious and comfortable front double deluxe room. The price is discounted for those travelling alone.
Front double Deluxe Room
- Views of Loch Ness
- King sized bed with multi-seasonal duvet
- Spotlessly clean ensuite bathroom with large shower
- Tea and coffee making facilities
- Mini fridge with fresh milk and filtered water
- Wardrobe with storage cupboard
- Free wifi
- Torches and umbrellas can be loaned if required
Guests are made to feel welcome by fresh flowers and delicious cakes being provided in their room on arrival.
Laundry can be washed and dried for less than £10 per bag. A book of recommended local activities together with directions is also available to guests.
Breakfast at The Pottery House
Breakfast is definitely something to look forward to at The Pottery House, which won a ‘taste our best award’ by Visit Scotland. Choices include a selection of cereals, juice, fruit, yogurt and home made jams. Home made bread is served alongside breakfast.
This is followed by a changing daily menu of hot food options using local produce and eggs from their own chickens. Vegetarian choices are available and dietary requirements are catered for.
Breakfast is a relaxing time of the day to speak to the hosts and enjoy good food. A bird table is positioned outside the window and there are a number of different varieties to spot.
For current prices and availability, have a look at The Pottery House’s website.