Strathisla Bed and Breakfast Accommodation
Inverness in the Highlands of Scotland
2 minutes walk from the city centre - 5 minutes walk from the rail/bus stations - Free WiFi
Established in 1988, Bill & Chloe have renovated Strathisla
into a comfortable family home with modern facilities.
Built in 1860, this Victorian house is located in an old part of Inverness 'Crown' district.
Easy walking distance to all the main attractions in the city.
We have 3 standard guest bedrooms: 2 double and 1 single. All rooms are not ensuite, but with wash-hand basins, shared toilet and shower.
Free Wi-Fi, TV, tea/coffee and central heating in all bedrooms.
All the beds have been supplied by local company BlindCraft and are guaranteed to be comfortable.
Non Smoking throughout
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Double room from £25
Single room from £30
Prices are per person per night
including Scottish breakfast
We are closed for Christmas and New Year.
5% discount for staying 3 nights or more.
Check in from 4pm
(if earlier you can leave your bags).
We have no day service from 10am - 4pm.
Check out before 10am on the day of departure.
Enjoy a hearty Highland breakfast served at 8am or 8.30am in our elegant dining room.
You will then be ready
for your day's sightseeing.
We are near the Eastgate shopping centre, across the road from Crown Church and the former Midmills College site.
Click here for a zoomable street map of our location.
After its days as a minister's house, and later a nursing home,
Strathisla has since always been a genuine Highland family home.
We can offer off street parking overnight.
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- date of arrival
- date of departure
- contact details and nationalities
Please contact us direct:
Bill & Chloe Lewthwaite
42 Charles Street
Inverness IV2 3AH
Tel: +44 (0)1463 235 657
A minimum of £20.00 deposit is required through a credit/debit card.
All card transactions with a 3% surcharge.
Deposit is non-refundable.
If no show and no contact,
we will charge the
first night's accommodation.
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