Looking for an unusual B&B or guesthouse in Scotland for that extra special stay? Read on to find the perfect bed & breakfast accommodation with gorgeous buildings, flowers and secluded countryside for a well-deserved break in Scotland. Each owner will give you a warm welcome and a safe Covid-friendly stay.
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The Auld Kirk, Ballater
Stay in an early Victorian church building constructed with local granite, all in the heart of Royal Deeside and the Cairngorms National Park.
The Auld Kirk is a 4-star B&B with seven rooms and a coffee lounge, serving lunch, pastries and afternoon tea.
You’ll find it on the western edge of Ballater on the road to Braemar, looking onto Craigendarroch.
Nithbank Country Estate, Dumfries & Galloway
Book a break at this exclusive and luxury 5-star country house B&B near Thornhill. This beautiful building dates back to the 1790s, when it was constructed using the same pink sandstone as nearby impressive Drumlanrig Castle in Dumfries & Galloway.
There are 5 acres of formal gardens, woodland glen, cascading ponds, walled garden and a tennis court to explore and enjoy. The estate is also based within the Galloway and Southern Ayrshire Biosphere and has a Gold Award for Green Tourism.
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Originally built as the private residence for the 9th Duke of Atholl, Cuil-an-Duin is a stylish Edwardian country house set amongst 20 acres of secluded grounds.
Right now, you can enjoy Cuil-an-Duin ‘just for you’ as no separate parties will be booked to stay at the same time. Choose from three beautiful guest rooms all which enjoy access to the main drawing room, with a Yamaha grand piano and a roaring log fire.
Cuil-an-Duin sits just south of Pitlochry in the heart of Highland Perthshire.
Stonewater House, Isle of Arran
Stonewater House is Arran’s first plant-based/vegan bed & breakfast. Enjoy delicious plant-based breakfasts as you gaze out across the harbour of Lamlash pier and Holy Isle from this modern house.
Choose between twin, double and king-sized bedrooms with access to a drying cabinet for wet outdoor gear and a lockable shed for bikes.
The Old Schoolhouse, Fife
Stay at the Old Schoolhouse, which sits on a cobbled street right next door to the Palace of Culross in Fife. This village is one of the best-preserved 17th and 18th century villages in Scotland, and one of the filming locations of the TV series, Outlander.
Choose between the Jacobean or Arts and Crafts rooms, enjoy a freshly cooked breakfast and book dinner for more local Scottish produce.
Bookings are being limited to one room at a time due to Covid-19, unless booking for a family/bubble group.
Carradale Guest House
Set in a Victorian home and manse, Carradales is Kintyre’s only 5-star guest house with high-end rooms and delicious breakfasts.
Set in a semi-rural and quiet spot, it’s a great base for exploring the Kintyre peninsula with walking, wildlife, golf, watersports and whisky distilleries to visit.
Sample their selection of local gins and whiskies, and book the optional evening meal for locally sourced ingredients with the aim of supporting local farmers and reducing the carbon footprint.
Stay in a traditional 19th century terrace home in Glasgow, with original fireplaces, wooden shutters and all the modern facilities you could want.
Choose from five themed rooms, the Tartan, Thistle or Heather double bedrooms or the CRM or Blue suites. Enjoy access to the private garden opposite or explore the city within your reach.
Crookston House, Midlothian
Book this grand 19th century house set amongst 47 secluded acres, just a short drive from Edinburgh in Midlothian, on the edge of the Scottish Borders.
Crookston House is a grand building with an intimate welcome, where you can have tea by a roaring fire. Enjoy fresh eggs for breakfast with homemade jams, wander through the gardens to spot wildlife, or arrange a light supper before heading to the spacious and comfortable bedrooms.
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Garleton Lodge, East Lothian
Book a stay at this luxury B&B near Haddington, which sits on a hilltop with panoramic views of the surrounding East Lothian countryside and coast.
There are eight en-suite rooms with facilities including a BBQ hut, spa/treatment room, and even a hot tub.
This is a great spot for golfers, with club storage, drying room, practice bunker and putting green.
Fauhope Country House, Scottish Borders
Reopening on May 17
This secluded and award-winning B&B sits near Melrose in the Scottish Borders. It’s an amazing example of Arts and Crafts architecture, originally designed by Scottish architect, Sydney Mitchell.
Enjoy the beauty and smell of fresh floral displays across the entrance hall, take a hearty Borders-inspired breakfast and then head out to explore the Fauhope gardens and beautiful bluebells.
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