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  • Bed and breakfast, Mainland
    Bed and breakfast, Mainland
  • A cooked breakfast is served in the conservatory, overlooking the sea
    Beul-na-mara B&B, Seilebost, Isle of Harris
  • Drynachan Cottage Bed and Breakfast
    Drynachan Cottage Bed and Breakfast
  • A full Scottish breakfast
    A full Scottish breakfast served up in Ayr
  • Breakfast of smoked haddock with poached eggs
    Breakfast of smoked haddock with poached eggs

Renowned for being welcoming, warm and friendly, Scottish B&B establishments are often located in beautiful areas, both in Scotland's cities and in the peaceful parts of Scotland, such as the Highlands.

A popular choice for couples, single people and families alike, B&Bs range from basic to 5-star luxury. Choose from farmhouses, cottages, city mansions and country estates - all of the B&Bs offer a unique experience and most provide a traditional Scottish cooked breakfast, which is guaranteed to set you up for a day of activity, whether it be attractions, shopping or outdoor adventure.

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  1. The Hermitage

    Type

    B&B

    Gradings

    • 3 Bed and Breakfast
    3 Bed and Breakfast

    Montrose

    As a beautiful 1920's C listed Art's and craft's house all rooms are tastefully decorated and furnished to a high standard in keeping with the character of the house.

  2. Vaila

    Type

    B&B

    Gradings

    Dunoon

    You can be sure of a warm welcome to this family run guest house, with private parking, that is located on Dunoon's main street. Sir Harry Lauder owned the house from 1935 to 1937. We now have free WIFI.

  3. Auchendinny Guest House

    Type

    Guesthouse

    Gradings

    • 3 Guest House
    3 Guest House

    Portree

    Auchendinny Guest House is situated well back from the main Portree to Dunvegan Road (A850).

  4. Dunedin Guest House

    Type

    Guesthouse

    Gradings

    • 4 Guest House
    4 Guest House

    Edinburgh

    The Dunedin Guest House is a semi-detached Victorian Villa located on a large sunny corner with gardens and a lovely view of Arthur's Seat and Salisbury Crags.

  5. Bellavista

    Type

    Guesthouse

    Gradings

    • 3 Guest House
    3 Guest House

    Kirkwall

    To check availabilty contact us directly. *Family run Guest House in a peaceful area of Kirkwall. Private car park, free wireless internet throughout the building. Computer and printer with free internet available. Facilities to make snacks.

  6. Gradings

    • 3 Guest House
    3 Guest House

    Perth

    A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at Ballabeg Guest House from Sean and Deb. En-suite facilities, Free Wi-Fi, Private Parking. Close to Perth City.

  7. Schiehallion

    Type

    B&B

    Gradings

    • 4 Bed and Breakfast
    4 Bed and Breakfast

    Tranent

    Recently refurbished to an excellent standard, Schiehallion Bed and Breakfast is new to Tranent (previously in Haddington).

  8. Gradings

    Jedburgh

    Beautifully converted farm steadings, providing homely B&B accommodation in the Borders. Set in 2 acres of garden. 5m. from the Scottish border and near to Jedburgh & Hawick.

  9. Carriden House

    Type

    Guesthouse

    Gradings

    • 3 Guest House
    3 Guest House

    Bo'ness

    16th century castle and family home on a cliff top overlooking the River Forth.

  10. Craig na Shee

    Type

    B&B

    Gradings

    Acharacle

    Quality Bed and Breakfast in the heart of the Highlands. Relax a while, and get a taste of Highland hospitality at its best. Then explore, and discover why Ardnamurchan is "almost an island".

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