B&B in Bonar Bridge, Highlands, Scotland, UK - Quiet Village, Key Road Junction to Explore the Highlands
If you are looking for a central location from which to explore the majestic scenery of the Highlands - come and relax and enjoy the comforts of Monach House. Monach House is a traditional stone cottage, situated in the centre of the Highland village of Bonar Bridge. All the rooms are warm and comfortable and bathrooms have powerful showers with unlimited hot water. We are centrally placed to explore the dramatic scenery of whole of the North of Scotland. From here you can readily reach the rugged West coast, the cliff tops of Caithness and the North coast and yet the thriving city of Inverness is still only a 40 minute drive away. This is a beautiful area with award-winning beaches, amazing scenery and many activities - fishing, golfing, walking and mountain biking to name but a few! You are also within an easy stroll of shops, hotels, a cafe and a bistro and the beautiful Kyle of Sutherland.
Details for holiday home B&B Monach House (Sleeps 4 .2 bedrooms ), 1 Bedroom, Sleeps 4, 1 Bathroom
Double bedroom with en-suite shower room. A large sunny room with a lovely view of the Kyle of Sutherland just across the road. Memory foam mattress & pillows, along with crisp Egyptian cotton sheets to give a very comfortable nights sleep.
All season duvets and pillows are hypo-allergenic. There are plenty of fluffy towels and a selection of toiletries in the shower room - additional items available should you arrive unprepared - just ask!
A flat screen TV with free satellite wireless internet connection are provided.
Your room contains a drinks tray with a comprehensive supply of teas, coffee and fresh milk etc.
About the Owner
We are a retired (early) couple with a background in the NHS. We love meeting new people and regard our 'job' as part of our social life. Having holidayed in this area for a couple of months, 5 years ago, we decided we just had to stay. We were lucky enough to find Monach House and spent a couple of years bringing it up to date whilst retaining its original charm.
Guestbook comments from the owner
Absolutely lovely place to stay and visit. Food was wonderful -thoroughly enjoyed our trip! May 2009.
Great place, friendly people - hopefully will be back soon. June 2009.
A beautiful house with the warmest of welcomes and delicious food! We really enjoyed our holiday. July 2009
Activity and Interests
Special interest holidays:
Cycling with great mountain bike trails locally at Balblair and Carbisdale. Fishing - The Kyle of Sutherland Angling Association's pristine water extends for some 14 miles from the Creich pool, to the east of Bonar Bridge, westwards to where it is joined by the rivers Cassley and Oykel. The Kyle has four feeder rivers which are amongst the most prolific Salmon Rivers in the Highlands, the Carron, Shin, Cassley and Oykel, all of which are top class Highland fly fisheries. Day tickets are available locally for Salmon, Sea Trout and Brown Trout fishing. Whisky distilleries at Glenmorangie, Balblair and Dalmore all with visitor centres and tours. A wonderful area for walkers and hill climbers; sight seeing - castles, a wealth of archaeological remains along the east coast, seals, birds and much more.
Miles and miles of golden sandy beaches and sand dunes starting in Dornoch a 15 min drive and continuing up the coast through Golspie and Brora. At low tide basking Seals can be seen on the sand bars at Embo (the next beach along from Dornoch) and a wealth of bird life inhabit Fleet Nature Reserve.
Nearest airport Inverness 50 mins drive. Car hire available at the airport. Nearest Railway Station Ardgay 2 mins drive (easily walkable). Edinburgh / Glasgow 3 hours drive.
Dornoch (Award winning beaches and Championship golf course)- 15 mins drive. Tain 13 miles with two supermarkets, shops, pubs and hotels. Tongue and the North Coast are only an hour away (also access to John o’ Groats and the islands of Orkney). Ullapool, Lochinver and the spectacular scenery of the West coast are 90 minutes away. Inverness, the Black Isle and access to Loch Ness, the Cairngorms and the Nairn coast are 40 miles to the South.
Bonar Bridge has two hotels, a Bistro Bar, a café specialising in home produce (and with a spectacular view of the Bridge), a bakery and general store, a butcher, a corner shop with truly impressive array of products (ironmongery, haberdashery, seeds, electrical goods etc) and an art shop (with a similarly impressive range of materials for artists of all persuasions). It is home to the award winning Caledonian Curry Company, which also runs an evening take-away from Tuesday to Saturday.
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My Standard Rate
1 night minimum stay
for 1 night
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Monach house is open all year. A 25% non-refundable deposit is payable on booking, with the balance due at the end of your stay. Please contact by phone or email regarding availability and reservation. Payment by either cash /personal cheque or Card (2.75% )
Preferred arrival time anytime after 3pm. Departure time by 10.30am.
Notes on prices:
Prices are per room per night in UK pounds.
Minimum 2 nights stay comm.Friday/Saturday
Owner's Cancellation Policy
- 0% refund for cancellations more than 0 days before check-in date.
- Available arrival
- Hair Dryer
- Iron & Board
- Linens Provided
- Living Room
- Towels Provided
- Washing Machine
- Wood Stove
- Dishes & Utensils
- Child's Highchair
- Dining Area
- DVD Player
- Satellite / Cable
- Video Library
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
- wheelchair inaccessible
- winery tours
- bird watching
- horse riding
- scenic drives
- sight seeing
- whale watching
Local Services & Businesses
- medical services
Sports & Adventure Activities
- fly fishing
- freshwater fishing
- mountain biking
- mountain climbing
- Bathroom 1
- 1 Bedroom, Sleeps 4
- Bedroom 1
- Golf ...
Learn more about this holiday rental at the owner's website
- Notes on accommodation: Downstairs is a sitting room with wood burning stove, TV by Freesat, DVD and a good selection of books where you are welcome to sit and relax. There are two comfortable sofas, several chairs, coffee table and lamps. Meals can be taken either in the family kitchen (warmed by the Aga) or in the dining room. The house is centrally heated (oil-fired boiler) with thermostatically controlled radiators as well as the log burner in the sitting room. The house is non-smoking. Guide dogs are welcome. We have pet dogs of our own. They are not permitted in the kitchen whilst we are preparing food: however they do have access to the rest of the house at times, so Monach House would not be suitable for anyone with a severe dog allergy. Choose from a varied breakfast menu using local produce including 'The Full Scottish'. Evening meals at your request -freshly prepared delicious home cooking. Outside: In season guests are welcome to share our patios and garden area complete with garden furniture and barbacue.