Clachnaharry bed and breakfast accommodation
Clachnaharry Latitude: 57.488316 Longitude: -4.256534 Postcode IV3
Clachnaharry is a suburb of Inverness standing where the Caledonian canal reaches the Beauly Firth about 2 miles west of the city centre. It is a former fishing village.
Clachnaharry has bed and breakfast accommodation available in an assortment off properties only 5 miles from Inverness.
There is a monument at the west end of the village commemorating a battle between the Clan Mackintoshes and the Clan Munro's in 1454following a dispute over tolls. It is said that the Mackintosh's chief Malcolm Og Mackintosh was killed during the battle. The Battle Monument can be seen on the hill above the village where the men would have once kept watch. If you own a bed and breakfast Clachnaharry then you can advertise it free.