IV30 5XY - Cummingston
Our rooms are complemented with Egyptian cotton bed linen, and Egyptian cotton towels. There is also complementary teas, coffees and toiletries. On request Egyptian cotton bathrobes are available.
- Super King-size
- Twin Room (or Family)
- Open sea views
- Full en-suite bathroom
- Free Wi-Fi
- Free Off Street Parking
- Twin Room
- Views of open country
- Large en-suite shower
- Free Wi-Fi
- Free Off Street Parking
Bed and Breakfast Policies
From £40.00 per person per night bed and breakfast, please see booking screen for tariff for your stay dates. Please note there will be a single supplement for single occupancy in a room. A valid credit/debit card is required to guarantee booking. A deposit of £50.00 is taken at time of booking, balance due on arrival or departure by either cash or card. Credit card payments will attract a small surcharge of 2.5%. There is a minimum two night stay from the 1st of May until 30th September.
Check in time is between 3pm and 6pm. Arrivals out with these times by agreement only. Arrivals after 6pm (unless agreed in advance) will be deemed ‘no show’ and full payment will be charged. Early arrivals by agreement only (this might attract a small charge). You can drop off luggage early if required again by prior arrangement.
Off-street parking available.
If the booking is cancelled less than 21 days before arrival 50% of the full booking will be made. If the booking is cancelled 10 days before arrival then a charge of the full booking will be made. In the event of a 'no show, or booking reduction after arrival the full amount of the booking is payable. A booking is not cancelled unless the guest has received cancellation confirmation. By booking at Innisfail all guests agree to this policy.
The reason behind the name
Innisfail is a poetical name for Ireland. It is derived from Faul or Lia-fail, the celebrated stone, identified in Irish legend with the stone on which the patriarch Jacob slept, when he dreamed of the heavenly stairway. (Genesis 28:10-22)
The Lia-fail was supposed to have been brought to Ireland by the Dedannans, and set up at Tara as the "inauguration stone" of the Irish kings; it was subsequently removed to Scone in Scotland, where it became the coronation stone of the Scottish kings, until it was taken by Edward I, to Westminster and placed under the coronation chair in the Abbey.
It remained there until the new Scottish Parliament was inaugurated and is now kept at Edinburgh Castle Innisfail was thus the island of the Fail, the island whose monarchs were crowned at Tara on the sacred inauguration stone.
Local info & activities
Just 7 miles from Elgin and 6 miles from Lossiemouth. Cummingston is a village that sits in the middle between Burghead and Hopeman, both are only a mile away. Innisfail has spectacular views on to the Moray Firth. Only a few minutes’ walk from the house, there is a small protected bay with a beautiful sandy beach ideal for picnics and to enjoy the beautiful sunsets and sunrises of the Moray coast.
Innisfail is an ideal location to stay and explore the diverse and beautiful coastline we have. The house is approximately 35 miles from Inverness, the gateway to the Highlands and Scotland’s amazing West Coast. Watch the dolphins and the humpback whales from the comfort of our luxurious bedrooms, have a leisurely stroll along the Moray Coast walk, and after taking in such breathtaking scenery, go to one of the local restaurants and enjoy some of our local fare.
Golf, Fishing, Rock-climbing, Scenic walks, Historical sites, Castles...
Just a few of the activities available near this Bed and Breakfast
Made the traditional way served with fresh single cream.
- Full Scottish
Sausage, bacon, egg, tattie scone, black pudding, haggis, tomato and mushroom.
- Full Scottish (veggie)
Egg, vegetarian sausage, tattie scone, vegetarian haggis tomato and mushroom.
- Lite bite
Poached, scrambled or fried egg on toast with tomato and mushroom.
- Topped tattie scone
Topped with poached or scrambled egg with smoked salmon or haggis.
- Eggs MacBenedict
Poached eggs on a muffin with hollandaise sauce and a side of haggis (optional)
All ingredients are sourced locally and from sustainable sources, we try to make sure that all ingredients are nut free, but cannot guarantee no traces of nuts can be found in the food we serve. If you have any dietary requirements please discuss prior to arrival, we will try and accommodate your needs. We can also supply a Glutten Free breakfast which should be ordered prior to arrival.
Innisfail Bed and Breakfast
01343 209 838
0797 015 29 10