Bed and Breakfasts & Hotels

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near Glasgow, Loch Lomond and Stirling, Mull and the West

Achamore House
Achamore House

Bed and breakfast in a fine country house on the island of Gigha in the midst of 50 acre Achamore Garden. Gigha is 3 hours drive west of Glasgow plus short ferry ride.

Finglen
Finglen

Secluded small informal country house in 10 acres of beautiful woodland gardens yet close to Glasgow, Glasgow airport (30 mins) and central for Edinburgh, Stirling and Loch Lomond and the Trossachs.

Glenavon House
Glenavon House

Scots Baronial house in 3 acres of gardens on the River Avon just outside Linlithgow. Edinburgh airport 15 minutes.

Glenmore
Glenmore

Georgian/Victorian relaxed family home surrounded by heather-coverd hills looking out to Loch Melfort at Kilmelford south of Oban in Argyll on the beautiful west coast.

Mackeanston House
Mackeanston House

Comfortable family home in the countryside near Stirling. Under an hour from Perth, Edinburgh and Glasgow. Excellent "Taste of Scotland" dinner available.

The Moss
Newton Hall

On the edge of Loch Fyne with great views across the loch, an easy walk from the pretty Georgian town of Inveraray, less than 2 hours from Glasgow. Close to Inveraray Castle and gardens. Friendly B&B Guest House with seven rooms.

Old Kippenross
Old Kippenross

Very central 5 miles north of Stirling, early Georgian country house on earlier Fortified Tower with barrel vaulting, secluded in 200 acres above the River Allan. Historical connections with the Jacobites in 1715 and Chopin in 1844!

Quarter
Quarter

Very central, 10 minutes south of Stirling, perfectly proportioned Georgian country house bed and breakfast set in 60 acres.

Riverside Guest house
Riverside Guesthouse

An hour north of Glasgow airport between Loch Lomond and Glencoe at Crianlarich in the middle of some of Scotland's most romantic Highland scenery. Guest house bed and breakfast by the river Fillan.

Roineabhal
Roineabhal

Bed and breakfast, optional dinner, overlooking rushing and tumbling Kilchrenan Burn on the edge of the village, about a mile from Loch Awe. All around are woods, hills and wild grassy moorland. Winner of the 2007 "World's Best Porridge Maker" award!

Each of these accommodations is privately owned, and the contact numbers, email addresses, etc, for enquiries and booking are on each page.

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