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Costley & Costley first opened their doors in 1988 and have provided a standard, which has energized Hospitality in Ayrshire, as we all enjoy today. Founders Bill and Cath Costley have now extended their portfolio to nine award winning Hotels, Restaurants and Patisseries! Very much a family run business, with Executive Head Chef Andrew Costley, leading
Kringla Apartments are owned and operated by Orcadians, Dave and Kay Morgan, who warmly welcome visitors and share their love of Orkney. We pride ourselves in giving our visitors the best, most comfortable experience we can and aim for a high standard. We have been in the self-catering business for over 25 years and thoroughly enjoy meeting new people
We aim to offer a relaxing, comfortable stay with a traditional country house atmosphere, and can promise a warm and friendly welcome to all our guests. We are right on the sea shore with our own jetty and mooring, where you may see a visiting otter. Seals and dolphins have also been known to put in an appearance. The building features original pine
Hotel accommodation is located in the old lighthouse keepers residence and the converted outbuilding. Providing a mix of rooms and larger self catering suites, Corsewall Lighthouse Hotel is ideal for special occasions and family gatherings with multiple communal areas inside and out. You can enjoy each other's company whilst taking advantage of the
Thomas Telford was born in 1757 at Glendinning, Dumfriesshire where his father, who died shortly after his birth, was a shepherd. Raised by his mother, he attended school and served an apprenticeship to a mason, during which time he learned to carve and build with stone. Amongst his may achievements was the construction of the Caledonian Canal. Built
The MacLeod family have lived at Fisherfield since the 1790's when our ancestors were ejected from their traditional lands in Snizort. Some of our ancestors went to Canada; whilst others remained and farmed the croft at 6 Fisherfield. They lived in a small stone building called a blackhouse, close to the shore. Gradually, as time passed our family moved
A further mile down the farm track are the 4 Haunn Cottages. Choose one of the unique blackhouses (Middle, East, West, Shieling) - which are perfect for a couple. Toechtamhor sits in its own garden, and comfortably sleeps 4 (but can sleep 5). As we live on the farm, the cottages are managed on-site by us and our valued housekeepers. The farm is a wonderful
Joe and Zan Kirk welcome you to Low Kirkbride Farm, our working organic farm set amid the beautiful rolling countryside of Dumfries and Galloway. We have farmed at Low Kirkbride for 51 years, during which time the farm has changed. The Beltie Byre, where we used to milk forty Holstein Friesian cows, has been converted into a lovely spacious self-catering
Here at The Albany Hotel, you will love the craftsmanship of the many original features. Built from 1764, the hotel consists of two Georgian terraced houses, both exactly the same layout, built for two brothers by their father, Mr Thomas Low. With only 22 rooms (all en-suite), we are able to maintain very high standards in accommodation and service
You will be assured of a very warm welcome at Best Western The Queens Hotel, in the beautiful yet bustling little town of Oban. Oban's traditional role as the Gateway to the Isles means that even a short break up here can open up a tantalising list of island destinations. Alternatively, it is also well placed as a stop off on a wee whistlestop tour
Valleyfield Guesthouse was built in the late 1970's with 3 guest bedrooms with a purpose to serve the impeding oil boom that was to come to Shetland and the North Sea. The oil boom camee and with that an extension wwas built with 9 additional ensuite bedrooms joining the initial trio. With an intention to offer more value to our guests, we added a commercial
The Solley family have been at Pitbauchlie since 1970 and are celebrating 50 Years at Pitbauchlie. The Pitbauchlie House Hotel, Dunfermline is ideally located for business or pleasure. The hotel is situated minutes from the M90 motorway, 5 miles from the 3 Bridges The Queensferry Crossing, The Forth Road and Forth Rail Bridge, 12 miles from Edinburgh
The Shorehouse is situated on the Brodick shore front and is approximately 545 yards (500 m) from Brodick Pier. The main shopping centre for the Isle of Arran is a few minutes walk from the accommodation and the beach and children's play area are situated nearby. The Shorehouse was originally built as first class hotel accommodation on the Brodick seafront
Ashburn House is one of the most impressive Guest Houses located in Fort William, set in a beautiful Victorian Villa circa 1876 located on the shores of Loch Linnhe and with views over to the Ardgour Hills. Ashburn House - Guest House also makes a great base for exploring the Scottish highlands, Loch Ness and Inverness, the fishing towns of Mallaig
We hope to welcome you to Rosemount Hotel in Pitlochry, Scotland. Here you'll find a quiet escape from the chaotic pace of the current era and space to make your own kind of perfect holiday. Dedicated staff are unobtrusively on hand to care and cater for your every need and ready to share plenty of ideas for filling your days in ways that will ensure