Scotland Bed and Breakfasts
Discover Scotland Bed and Breakfasts
Experience the vast wilderness, vibrant cities, great food, whiskies and mystical monstrous tales of Scotland. This bonnie country is a must see for the adventurous, the romantic, the wanderer or the whole family, and whether you’re looking for a luxury guest house or a cheap family friendly B&B Scotland has plenty to choose from.
Famous for its snow-capped mountains, historic culture and the mysterious Loch Ness, which some believe is home to a prehistoric creature the locals have lovingly named Nessie, start your journey through this wild from the comfort of a friendly bed and breakfast in Scotland. For those in search of city living, the beautifully historic city of Edinburgh is a perfect place to start. With its majestic castle overlooking the Old and New Towns below, this university town has much to offer in the way of sightseeing, shopping and evening entertainment.
The cities of Glasgow and Aberdeen are also worth a wander, and the Highland city of Inverness provides a perfect gateway to the shores of Loch Ness and beyond. Once you’ve booked into any B&B in Scotland you only need to ask the friendly locals where the best restaurants or pubs are and they will be happy to point them out. With fresh fish coming of the boats daily, you're in for a treat, whether it’s the local fish and chips, fresh salmon and oysters the food here is fantastic. Haggis is something that must be tasted, and you can't leave the isle without indulging in a local speciality - the deep-fried mars bar!
If it's active adventures you're seeking, the region can offer this in abundance. This country of 'Highlands and Islands' is an outdoor lover's dream. From your Scotland b and b book a fun filled day out for the family. Whether it’s a walking expedition, cycling, white water rafting, surfing or just spending time together, there isn't a better place for it. In Winter, head for the Cairngorms or the Nevis Range for some skiing and snowboarding fun, or just to admire the landscapes that have been transformed by the seasonal snow.
Book a flight or get in the car and from the moment you set your bag down in your bed and breakfast Scotland will not disappoint. Spend a few days with the proud Scottish, sample the haggis and whiskeys, dance to the age old traditional music at a ceilidh, and create some memories that will last a lifetime.
Destinations in Scotland