Our Guest Bedrooms.
We have 3 guest bedrooms, every one different with its own distinguishing features and views, each one individually named. All of them offer you complete peace and quiet, with 2 of our rooms located on the ground floor and 1 upstairs.
All our rooms were re-decorated in 2018 and we have equipped them with everything you may need for an enjoyable stay. For your convenience all of our bedrooms are fully en-suite, with hot powerful showers, and for your comfort central heating can be individually controlled in each room.
You'll find really comfortable beds with quality bed linen and cosy duvets to snuggle under.
If chatting or reading in our spacious and comfortable guest lounge is not for you, then your bedroom is somewhere you can relax in private. You'll enjoy the convenience of up to the minute features like our remote control, flat screen Panasonic LCD TVs with Freeview and free super fast fibre Internet access available in every room.
Then there are the generous mirrored wardrobes, chests of drawers and bedside cabinets which give you more than enough storage space for your belongings and to put your luggage out of the way, giving you lots of room to move about.
Everything You Need.
There's oodles of wardrobe space with loads of hangers and two cosy fleece robes, lots of drawers, shelves & cupboard space. Additionally there are the small but important items such as individually controlled heating, a digital alarm clock, hairdryer and a clothes brush. There are even a couple of wine glasses complete with corkscrew in each room.
As you'd expect, each room has a refreshment tray. Ours come complete with a choice of teas, herbal teas, fruit teas, coffee and hot chocolate, fresh milk can be provided for those who prefer it, and not forgetting the biscuits, chocolates and Scottish Glenlivet still and sparkling mineral water.
In your bathroom you'll find loads of soft towels, luxury Cole & Lewis toiletries, tissues, cotton wool balls and, of course, those all important cotton buds.
So, that's an overview, why don't you take a look at each room individually?