In light of COVID-19, everyone's health and safety is the most important thing. Hotels, B&Bs and self-catering accommodation have been advised not to accept visitors at the present time. This means despite the love and desire to share our friendly, passionate and unique country, we must ask everyone at this time not to travel to or around Scotland. Please stay safe everyone.
We love a B&B in Scotland - there's something special about the experience of staying in a private home or guesthouse in the UK, looked after by a friendly host. Whether you stay for just one night, or make the bed and breakfast your home for a week, wake up in a comfy bed and enjoy a delicious Scottish breakfast before heading out for the day to explore.
Why Choose a Guesthouse Or Bed & Breakfast in Scotland?
Guesthouses and bed & breakfasts in the UK offer:
- Accommodation in a private house, usually run by the owner. With lots of personalised touches, great service and a warm welcome, make sure you make the most of your host and ask for their insider tips on places to visit, things to do, and walks in the area.
- A traditional Scottish breakfast (haggis optional) or full continental, which will include cold meats, cheese, fresh fruit, and bakery items. There will be a vegetarian option and if you call ahead, most B&Bs cater for vegans and other dietary requirements. Some even serve evening meals. B&Bs and guesthouses do not usually provide facilities for you to cook for yourself.
- Excellent facilities, which can include off-road parking, pet-friendly rooms, or handy storage for bikes or golf clubs. Your B&B might also offer laundry facilities.
Whilst both B&Bs and guesthouses offer a bed for the night and breakfast the next morning, B&Bs will usually host no more than six guests at one time, offering a personal touch to your stay. Guesthouses tend to be larger, with at least four bedrooms for guests.