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Mrs Margaret Mackintosh
103 Newton of Ferintosh,
Conon Bridge, Dingwall,
Ross-shire, Scotland, UK,

Telephone: 01349 861442
Mobile: 07752 627750

Please leave your message on answering machine if I am unable to take your call.

NB. Please remember to mention when booking:-  any special dietary needs, soft drinks for children, special bedding requirements or the need for disabled facilities & parking.

Thank you.


Directions on how to find us: -

Please do not use Satellite navigation once you reach the Tore roundabout as directions from there are unreliable.

From the Tore Roundabout on the A9 North, take the second exit (A835) Ullapool road.  Continue for 2.2 miles, we are 75 yards off the road on your right. 

Or use the following Grid Reference:    OS   5720  5340 or
Latitude: 57:32:53N (57.5481)     Longitude: 4:23:16W (-4.3878) 

Have a safe and pleasant journey and we look forward to seeing you

If you have a mobile phone and need further directions from the North, South, East or West of Inverness, please call 07752 627750 (Margaret's mobile) for written text directions.

Look out for the ORANGE Newton Croft B & B sign on the A835

Mr & Mrs N. & family from Glasgow - “More like staying with your favourite aunt than a B & B. Really made to feel at home. Kids loved it and did not want to leave. Truly spoiled!”

W. R. & family from New York - "You showed us a rare hospitality & you have the best bathrooms in Scotland. " (via e-mail) "We had a wonderful stay with you and would recommend your B & B very highly to anyone we know who might be heading for Scotland. Your knowledge of the area and the additional information you provide will certainly help your guests to get most out of their stay in the Highlands. Regards to Robert and Dylan."

Mr. & Mrs. M. A. (wedding anniversary) from Sweden - “Thank you for your warm hospitality. You have a lovely way to treat your guests. You made us feel at home. Thank you so much.

M. S. & The O'C. family from Glasgow - "A lovely place to stay and made very welcome. They could not do enough for us. We would recommend this B & B to anyone - it is perfect."

Mr & Mrs R. H. (bikers) from Bristol - "Lovely B&B, so welcoming. Wonderful breakfast & beds. Thank you so much."

M. W. & D. M. from Blair Atholl - "Thanks for looking after us & "George". Fantastic place, thank you."

Mr & Mrs C. R. from Essex - "Thank you for looking after us! Everything we could possibly want!"

T. B. from Devon - A wonderful stay. Everything perfect & very special people. Thank you for your company."

Mr & Mrs J. L. orig. from Australia - "What a comfortable & friendly home from home! Thank you for your hospitality."

P. T. from Worstershire - (from Tripadvisor) - "We were three cyclists riding Lands End to John O' Groats and booked Newton Croft in advance for one night in July. Of the B and B's we stayed in en route to JOG, this was by far the best. Margaret had thought of everything to make our stay very comfortable. Because the location is some distance from a town and we had no transport (other than our bikes), Margaret's husband took us in his car to the local pub about 4 miles away and collected us later that evening. (The pub food was also very good!) The breakfast were wonderful with ample choice for all needs. I would highly recommend Newton Croft and in particular to any cyclists doing LEJOG as a great place to stay. They even had bike racks in a secure garage to store our bikes. As I had previously commented, Margaret has thought of everything. Great B and B."

T. M. & D. F. (bikers) from Germany (from - "Nice hosts who drove us to the restaurant in the evening and also picked us up, so we could have a beer. Otherwise, clean, comfortable, plenty of hot water and a superb breakfast." 

103 Newton of Ferintosh,
Conon Bridge, Dingwall,
Ross-shire, Scotland, Highlands, UK,

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