Loch Ness Pianos

Loch Ness Pianos

Piano sales    

We offer a range of pianos, both new and used, with prices to suit all pockets. Of course, we also keep a selection of piano stools, new, secondhand, duet, and rising in all finishes.

Although based in Scotland near Inverness, we serve the whole country and deliver promptly and professionally nationwide.
Piano Rental    
TRY-BUY. Hire a new piano and stool for 6 months @ £50pm plus £100 deposit. We will deliver free (within 30 miles Inverness).
After 6 months, if you decide to buy, all the payments and deposit are deducted from the price. If you decide to return the piano we will collect it for a nominal sum of £50 deducted from the deposit (within 30 miles of Inverness). You may continue hiring @ £50 pm, but any subsequent purchase will only qualify for the original 6 months hire and deposit.

Contact Information

  • The Moorings,
    Dochgarroch, Inverness IV3 8JG
  • Phone: View Phone
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