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17 Bed & Breakfasts in Scotland
For guests who love traditional Victorian architecture and panoramic Scottish scenery, Carlton Seamill has much to offer. An impressive, stone-built, Scottish Victorian house, dated 1883, Carlton occupies an ideal location at Seamill, on the Ayrshire coast. It enjoys a commanding view, over Seamill shore and beach, to the world-famous Firth of Clyde and the beautiful, mountainous Isle of Arran.
All our rooms are ensuite and are tastefully decorated to a high standard with Antique pine furniture and with flat screen digital free view T.V. some with D.V.D. They have personal security safes, hairdryers, radio alarms, fridges for your personal refreshments etc, complimentary tea & coffee, wine & bottle openers. Our rooms are fully central heated in the winter and have fans for the hot summer.
The Jays Guest House is a 4 star centrally located bed and breakfast establishment, with en suite facilities, private car park and free WiFi. It is ranked number 2 in Aberdeen by Trip Advisor, who for the third successive year have awarded The Jays a Certificate of Excellence. Close to University, AECC, Sports Village and Sea Beach Leisure Centre. Ideally situated for business or pleasure.
Alba Sunrise is a 3 star Guesthouse in the scottish highlands it is 6 miles from Wick and around 8 miles from John O,Groats it has 5 bedrooms all ensuites and has fantastic views over the north sea and countryside.Caithness is a place of natural beauty and has fantastic wildlife. it is a place for walkers,painters,divers,phototograhpers.a place to relax and unwind to get away from it all.
Corrie Glen Bed & Breakfast is a modern detached bungalow in a fabulous setting in its own 12 acres of surrounding fields on the outskirts of the village of Aberfoyle which lies in the heart of The Trossachs in Scotland. We have 3 very comfortable rooms and a large guests lounge and conservatory for you to relax in after your days outing. Come and stay in one of the most scenic parts of Scotland!
Loch Ness - It is just a few mintues walk to the shores of the beautiful Loch Ness, which is some 23 miles long, over 700 feet deep and holds a greater volume of water than all the lakes of England and Wales combined - which probably explains the extremely infrequent sightings of the legendary 'Loch Ness Monster'. Cruises on the loch can be arranged in Fort Augustus on board the very well equiped 'Royal Scot'. Cruises can also be arranged in Drumnadrochit, the location of the original Loch Ness Monster centre.
Gail & Andrew would like to extend a warm welcome to our Guesthouse in Alness, in the Highlands of Scotland. Built in 1843, this Georgian style former Free Church Manse is set on large grounds with a sweeping driveway and provides a taste of recent Scottish history whilst exploring the North of Scotland. It is within easy traveling distance to the West Coast and Scottish Islands. Take a short break and stay with us a few days - we will do all that we can to make your first and subsequent visits something you will always remember and a place you look forward to visiting, time after time. We are only a stone's throw away from the famous Dalmore Distillery, the Black Isles which have a lot of sightseeing attractions, as well as the famous Pictish Stones which are scattered around our coast. We also offer a self catering cottage - Keepers Cottage as it is known offers 2 bedrooms, one double and single - bathroom, lounge with Freeview, WiFi and a galley kitchen.
Adina B&B, is ideally located in the beautiful town of Stonehaven. We are 5 minutes drive from the dramatic Dunnottar Castle, 5 minutes walking distance from the railway station, 10 minutes from the unique art deco open air swimming pool and 10 minutes walk from the picturesque harbour. A 10 minute walk will take you to the small, independent town centre shops and restaurants. In a further 5 minutes you can enjoy the picturesque harbour and its pubs.