Luxurious and elegant bed and breakfast offering privacy and tranquility set amidst 2 acres of mature, landscaped gardens and large pond, with views across the Gleniffer Braes.
Scotscraig House, a listed building was built in 1900 by Paisley industrialist John Scott Eadie, who entertained Prime Minister Asquith and his wife at home. The house is mentioned in the "Letters of Violet Bonham Carter''
Scotscraig House remains a family home, assuring guests of a friendly and cosy, but elegant atmosphere not found in solely commercial establishments.
The location is perfect for touring Loch Lomond, the Ayrshire Coast, the West Coast of Scotland, and Edinburgh.
Participant of Scotland's Garden Scheme.
Walkers and cyclists welcome. Secure lock-up for cycles.