There’s only 3 days left until entries close for competing in this years Loch Ness Half Marathon, which takes place on 17th March this year. Entries have to be received by midnight on Tuesday 26th February 2013. This exceptionally well organised event is open to all abilities and is in a beautiful setting. And of course you can rest your weary legs at Bannerman Bed and Breakfast as the finish line is only a few hundred metres away. ...Continue Reading →
It’s not too late to book a Valentine’s break. Treat yourselves to a romantic break in the beautiful Scottish Highlands and enjoy a relaxing stay at Bannerman Bed and Breakfast, Inverness. To make the most of the fabulous sights and sounds the area has to offer, book a 3 nights stay and you will get 10% off the bed and breakfast rate.
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This winter we’re offering you the opportunity of booking a break in the Scottish Highlands at 10% off our published rates. Simply make a booking for a minimum of 3 nights at Bannerman Bed and Breakfast in any of our rooms staying between 24th January and 28th February 2013 and you will automatically qualify for a 10% reduction in rates.
So that gives you a bit more to spend on all that Inverness and the local area has to offer – like ...Continue Reading →
Brand New Website
We’re very excited to be launching our brand new website today. This new site is accessible from your pc, laptop or smartphone and gives you all the information you need about Bannerman Bed and Breakfast and how to book. There’s a great photo gallery so you can see the rooms for yourself and see what others have already experienced here as well as the key information on prices, where ...Continue Reading →
Loch Ness Marathon 2012
Our congratulations to all those who competed in the Loch Ness Marathon. It was a wonderful day, with beautiful weather, and even Nessie appeared …
The route must be one of the most scenic in the world, starting in the picturesque village of Dores on the banks of Loch Ness. The runners run towards Inverness, around the city and finish along either side of the River Ness coming into the Bught Park for a hero’s welcome. Spectators lined ...Continue Reading →