Nestled at the foot of a secluded rhododendron lined drive on the outskirts of Haddington in East Lothian is Letham House, recently awarded its 5 star guest house status. Only 16 miles from Edinburgh, this restored 17th century country guest house boasts exceptional accommodation and dining in a magical setting. All of the suites enjoy south facing views over mature gardens and tranquil countryside, while sumptuous fabrics, roaring fires and beautiful antiques evoke a sense of luxury and indulgence in its private guest lounges.
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A warm welcome awaits you at this Scottish bed and breakfast. This Perthshire Guest House is ideally situated on the main A9 road into Perth from Glasgow and the west. Perth centre is only 12 minutes walk and only 3 minutes by car. Perth is the gateway to the north and there are many local attractions. Historic buildings such as Scone Palace and Blair Castle are near. Golf courses are plentiful within Perthshire and there are the famous Gleneagles golf courses only 14 miles from Perth.
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Discover all that Perth has to offer with this Scottish Guest House as a base. The guesthouse is ideally located for Perth Concert Hall, visits to Scone Palace and the Perth Race Course, fishing, woodland walks and the numerous golf courses within beautiful Perthshire. Perth is an excellent base for both the business and leisure guests as Edinburgh, Glasgow, Stirling, St Andrews, Aberdeen and Inverness are all within easy reach.
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The Pitcullen Guest House is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests to Perth. Pitcullen provides an excellent base from which to explore the stunning scenery of the Scottish Highlands and Lowlands, beautiful lochs, castles and glens and the many historical and picturesque towns and villages that make Perthshire such a desirable area to visit. One of Britain’s best historic sites, Scone Palace where the Kings and Queens of Scotland were once crowned is a mere 5 minute drive away. The famous Perth Race Course is also near this Perthshire guesthouse.
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The guest houses in Scotland which we showcase consist of a carefully hand picked selection from a Scotland wide network of professionally run guest house accommodation. Outstanding guest houses, personally owned and run, which base their success upon a foundation of four steadfast beliefs: their personal welcome, their Scottish hospitality, the quality of their bed and breakfast accommodation and the service they provide to their guests. luxury B&B accommodation to more modest yet very high personal quality, every one of our guest houses has a different ambience and décor. But, without exception, when you stay at any of these establishments, you will experience genuine friendliness and old-fashioned courtesy in warm and relaxed surroundings. An outstanding alternative to a quality hotel for those seeking a very personal experience. All our recommended Scottish guest houses are personally selected guesthouse accommodations in popular locations all over Scotland. Bed and breakfast accommodation offers travellers the opportunity to experience life as it is for Scottish locals from all walks of life. Some guest house owners may live in the heart of busy cities or towns and some bed and breakfast accommodations may be situated in large stately family homes. Guest houses and bed and breakfasts, as their name suggests, almost always include breakfast in their accommodation tarrif, but you may find that dinner and drinks with your hosts is also an option and available for an additional cost. Some guest houses in Scotland also offer their guests guided tours of the local area, which can be a great way of seeing places that other travellers would miss. Bed and breakfast or staying in a small Scottish guest house is an excellent choice for couples, single travellers or very small groups, as most guest houses in Scotland cannot cater for large numbers. This also means a more intimate and relaxed stay, so take the time to enjoy your Scottish hosts, their homes and their cheeful Scottish hospitality.