Welcome to Drynachan
Our 17th century cottage is nestled by the banks of Loch Oich and is reputed to be one of the oldest inhabited dwellings in Lochaber.
We offer you a warm and welcoming home from home at our Bed and Breakfast in the heart of the Highlands. With breathtaking views of the Great Glen and the loch, why not book in for a relaxing break or a recuperating stop over.
We are in a perfect location for touring, yet still able to give the peaceful feeling of being miles away from it all.
Come to Drynachan, after all Bonnie Prince Charlie called here on his escape from the Battle of Culloden in 1746.
Drynachan Bed and Breakfast is a traditional Scottish cottage. We have two rooms - a Double/Family Room with en suite bathroom on the ground floor and a Twin Room on the first floor with a private shower and toilet on the ground floor - just twelve stairs away.
We provide a very personal and unique hospitality experience, where we guarantee, like so many of our guests, you will want to return.
During your stay at Drynachan, why not visit the gallery and for the more adventurous there are woodturning lessons - spend about 2 hours and make your own bowl under Neville's supervision. Just click the link (Woodturning and Gallery) for more information .
Where is Drynachan
Many thanks "Deano" just click on the link to see his other work.
Our International and Local airports.
Drynchan is 120 miles north of Glasgow, 130 miles north of Edinburgh and 40 miles south west of Inverness
Drynachan is located on the A82, about 1 1/2 miles north of Invergarry and approximately 1 mile south of the swing bridge at Aberchalder. Facing Loch Oich you can access, from the rear of the garden, the west side of Loch Oich Great Glen Pathway (usually used by mountain-bikers and dog walkers, etc).
Our menagerie of animals that has so far consisted of Basil and Georgie (our two boxer dogs) and Mr. Quince, the cat, have now been added to by eleven hens. Our little flock are all about six months old and so their egg production is just starting to sort itself out. Like all 'softies' we have named the chooks; the 3 Lohman Browns are Amy, Elsie and Queenie, the 2 Light Sussex are Nellie and Gertie, the 3 Bluebelsl, Lilly, Daisy and Lucy, the Speckled Maran is Mavis and the 2 Leghorns are Gwen and Edie. They have all been named after some elderly ladies in the family. We look forward to serving you their free range eggs!