Glengarry was built in 1898 by Jonathan MacDonald, a labourer who eventually became County Surveyor, on land bought from the landowner, James E. B. Baillie of Dochfour. The house is a typcial stone-built villa similar to many in the town and the surrounding area. A small cottage was originally situated in the grounds of the house which was used in the summer months by the family to enable the main house to be let to wealthy city families for the season. Immediately opposite the house is a footpath leading to the High Streeet known as Jonathan's Brae and named after the original owner of Glengarry.
Enjoy breakfast in the sunny dining room around 8.30 a.m., however, to ensure that you make the most of every day, an early breakfast can be arranged to suit your schedule.
Eat off fine bone Wedgwood china and drink from Edinburgh crystal glasses. The dining room has views of the front garden and is furnished with traditional Regency style and Victorian furniture.
The entrance hall features a beautiful Columbian pine curved staircase and the original etched glass doors.
The guests sitting room has an open fire for those cold winter evenings, where you can relax with a good book and a glass of wine at the end of a busy day.
We would be delighted to help you plan your tour of Scotland and have numerous maps and literature available on places to visit.
Glengarry Bed and Breakfast
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