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Morlea Bed & Breakfast
Drumnadrochit, Loch Ness
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Morlea Bed & Breakfast

A warm & friendly bed & breakfast in the village of Drumnadrochit,Loch Ness.

Morlea is set on the Great Glen Way in the centre of Drumnadrochit. Located on the village green with easy access to local cafes and pubs. You can access walks and trails straight from the door – whether it be the Great Glen Way or a walk up to the rock at Craigmonie, our location is ideal for walkers and photographers alike. Enjoy a cruise on Loch Ness or a visit to Urquhart Castle, with so much to see and do that you’ll be spoilt for choice.  

Morlea is a traditional bed & breakfast set in a beautiful stone house built in the 1890s. On arrival enjoy home-cooked cake in your room with complimentary tea and coffee making facilities. After a great night’s sleep enjoy a delicious full cooked Scottish breakfast, as well as pastries, cereals, fruit and yoghurts.

Private parking and secure bike storage is also available.

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*When you book your accommodation direct through our website use the booking code BOOKDIRECT to receive a 5% discount on your stay.*

Chris and Julie

Comfortable & Relaxing Rooms
With a variety of accommodation available including double bedrooms, and a twin bedroom all with en-suite shower rooms and single bedroom with a private shower room.
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Maisie - Our B&B Dog
At Morlea we have our very own fluffy B&B dog. Maisie our labradoodle who is very much part of the B&B.
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Highlights

Making it an extra special stay

Facilities

📡 Free WiFi internet
🅿️ Free Parking
📺 Flat Screen TV
☕ Complimentary Tea/Coffee
🚿 Ensuite or Private Shower Room
💤 Comfortable Beds
🎲 Board Games
🚭 No Smoking

Dining

✅ Breakfast Included
🍳 Cooked Breakfast
🥐 Continental Breakfast
☕ Nespresso Coffee
🥪 Packed Lunch (on request)
🍺 Local Pubs & Restaurants

Activities

🥾 Walking/Hiking
🏃🏼 Trail Running
🚴🏻‍♂️ Mountain Biking
⛴ Loch Ness Cruises
🎣 Fishing
🏌🏻‍♀️ Golf
📷 Site Seeing

Local

🏰 Urquhart Castle
🌊 Loch Ness
🦕 Loch Ness Monster
🌲 Abriachan Forest Trails
⛰ Great Glen Way
🏧 ATM at ScotMid
📮 Post Office

Drumnadrochit - What's in a Name?
The name “Drumnadrochit” has always fascinated visitors. It comes from the Gaelic Druim na Drochaid, which means “Ridge of the Bridge”. The bridge over the River Enrick was the reason the first residents settled in the area in the seventeenth century. For anyone not sure how to pronounce it, just follow the example of the locals and call it “Drum”! The Green (where you will find Morlea) is the centre of the village, and was a sheep and cattle market in days gone by. Today you can enjoy a coffee or a cold drink in one of the cafés and pubs near by or have a picnic on The Green itself.
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Getting Around

Drumnadrochit is located on the Great Glen Way, which runs from Fort William to Inverness, hence making Morlea B&B an ideal place to stay for the hill walker, hiker, ambler, cyclist or those just wishing to escape the daily grind of life. Likewise, we are also an ideal base to explore the stunning scenery and rich history of the Scottish Highlands with Urqhart Castle and Loch Ness (for those avid Nessie hunters) just 5 minutes’ drive away.  Similarly Glen Affric, Foyers Falls, Isle of Skye, Inverness and the Black Isle are also all within easy reach.

There is a large free carpark in the centre of the village with a tourist information centre and public toilets. For guests at Morlea we have a carpark at the rear of the building.

Regular buses stop in the middle of the village for Inverness, Fort William, and Skye.

If you are interested in Scottish history, then the nearby ruin of Urquhart Castle and its visitor centre is a must-do. It will take you about 15 to 20 minutes to walk to the Castle from the village. The visitor centre will explain the castle’s 1000 years of history. How rival clans, Jacobites and government troops frequently fought over it and after the castle was blown up in the seventeenth century, how local people used the stones to build their houses and farms.