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The Ship Inn, Elie, Fife
Many pubs, inns and restaurants across Scotland offer excellent hospitality together with bed and breakfast (B&B) accommodation.
Offering a more personal service than hotels, inns and restaurants with rooms are a great way to meet friendly locals who will give you tips on how to get off the beaten track and see the real Scotland.
Whether you’re on a city break or soaking up the best of Scotland’s great outdoors, staying in a welcoming inn means you enjoy the convenience of having a restaurant serving delicious Scottish cuisine, before retiring to your room on the premises.
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The Market Inn Hotel is situated in the town centre of Castle Douglas, in the South West of Scotland. A beautiful "Food Town" with a unique shopping experience.
The hotel is ideally located in the centre of Castle Douglas with fantastic park view
Backaskaill B and B with restaurant open to non residents, fresh food cooked to order. BYO Alcohol with no corkage fee.Free wi-fi and parking, pets welcome by arrangement. Major credit and debit cards accepted.
Located in the heart of the Scottish Highlands with the peace and quiet you only get in a rural location, Inchbae Lodge welcomes you to the Highlands. Enjoy comfortable relaxed accomodation with fresh locally sourced foods.
The Inn on The Mile located on The Royal Mile in the heart of the city centre, offers an alternative boutique and luxury hotel experience in one of Edinburgh's most prestigious historic landmarks. Built in 1923 as the British Linen Bank.
Innkeeper's Lodge offers accommodation with comfort and character in equal measure, and everything needed for a relaxing stay, from easy check-in and free parking to complimentary breakfast and a cosy pub serving great value food and drink.
Here at The Coylet Inn we pride our selfs in making every guest feel welcome and at home. Nothing is to much to ask, and if we can help we will. Our rooms are cosy and quaint and 2 look out on to of the most stunning views there is in Scotland.