Ardmeanach was built in the mid 19th Century by a Local Shipping Agent. It was later owned by the Bishops of Inverness who lived here for several years. The fireplace in one of the Public Rooms was taken from the Bishops Palace, beside the now Eden Court theatre, when the Church sold the Palace. The Bishops brought the fireplace with them to Fairfield Road. (photo of the fireplace in the Gallery page)
The House was originally called Ardchatten, after the Priory of the same name on Loch Etive in Argyll. The Bishops changed the name of the house to The Bishops House. It changed name again in the 70's, when the previous owner began doing Bed and Breakfast, to Clisham Guest House.
We have been here since 2005. We hope that you enjoy your stay with us and indeed your experience of the Highlands Capital City.
We are situated about an eight minute walk from the City Centre where you will find a very varied and large choice of both restaurants and pubs for you to dine in.
"Always a pleasant stay,off street parking a bonus,rooms lovely and clean,excellent breakfast.I have stayed previously and will certainly stay again."B Fallon, Bathgate, Scotland
"Wonderful place to stay, warm and welcoming. Beautiful rooms and great breakfast. "S Upton, Shropshire, England
"Me and my fiance stayed in this lovely B&B and weren't disappointed. Super comfy and and gorgeous rooms and the breakfast and service was incredible."Marshall, Franklin, Tennessee USA
"Homely, friendly B&B in a great location."P Dawson, New Zealand
"We got a lovely warm homely welcome from Andrea and nothing was a bother."M O'Donnell, Dublin Ireland