We have just returned home from a motorcycle tour ( 4 of us) of the highlands of Scotland. We stayed at the Pines Guest House for 4 out of our 7 nights nights and couldn't have found a better place to stay in Inverness. ( it was definitely the best of the 4 we stayed at on our tour). This is a family run guest house which is clean, COVID aware and the host is very welcoming and friendly. Angela couldn't do enough for us and even sourced us some haggis ( which was not on the menu) when I said I liked it. The full Scottish breakfast was delicious and they also offer a continental style of cereals, plentiful fruit and yoghurt with a warm croissant. The bedroom was cosy and inviting with a Scottish tartan decor. It's just a 10 minute walk into Inverness if you fancy a drink and something to eat and we can definitely recommend the Waterfront pub for an evening meal, however, booking is advised. There is a covered shelter at the back of the property for motor bikes which is great when the weather is a bit inclement. and allows that little bit of additional security and peace of mind. Angela, keep up the good work, we will definitely be back!…
Recently spent three nights at Pine Guest House, on arrival Angela greeted us with a smile behind her face covering, we were then shown to our room and orders taken for breakfast, due to the Covid virus we were only allowed to touch the items on our breakfast table, cereal, coffee, sauce, yoghurt etc were all served by Angela herself, there were other guests there but times were staggered to ensure social distancing, breakfast was plentiful, our room was serviced daily and kept to a high standard, Angela is a lovely host and nothing is too much for her, lovely house, lovely furnishings and a lot of history about the house and the boundaries that it sits in, can highly recommend Pine Guest House, we felt really safe staying there and will definitely be back.
We stayed here two nights while doing the North Coast 500, can't recommend this guest house highly enough from the moment we arrived to the moment we left felt right at home, if ever we visit Inverness again we will surely stay here. The owner Angela is super friendly and made us feel like we were family. Our room was large and although we had booked a double room the room actually contained a double and a single bed. Breakfast was both delicious and plentiful, with the options of cooked Scottish breakfast or an amazing continental option.
I can only review the accommodations as we were there for less than 15 min because my daughter had an asthma attack due to the cigarette smoke smell throughout the home. Also, I feel it is important to know that it is quite a walk to the city center( restaurants, venues, etc.)
My girlfriend and I stayed here on September 25th when we were on the Rabbies tour of the Highlands. From the first approach, Angela (the innkeeper) was extremely warm and friendly. She was so pleasant to us. The room and accommodations itself were very immaculate. My girlfriend and I had a pleasant nights sleep, and had an excellent breakfast to boot! (Cooked by Angela) We had never stayed at a B&B before, and honestly thought it would be stuffy and museum-esque. We were wrong. Next time we are in the area, we will definitely be back.