Craigpark House
Craigparkhouse Bed and Breakfast, near Airdrie, North Lanarkshire, North Lanarkshire, Loch Lomond, The Trossachs, Fife, Perthshire and the Highlands are all within driving distance of CraigparkHouse.
Lochinvar Guest House
Whether you are booking a short break, looking for a place to stay before jetting off to the sun or here on business we will endeavour to make your stay as pleasurable and as comfortable as possible.
Calder Guest House
The original occupants were senior management of the former nearby "Iron and Steel" works carrying out operations in the Calder Valley. From the 1930's to 1960's Calderhouse was utilised as the
Blairmains Guest House
A warm Scottish welcome awaits you at this family run, STB 3 star Guest House integrated into an old farmhouse. We have 5 bedrooms some with en-suite facilities and some with shared bathrooms all
Ashbank Guest House
Superb panoramic views to the Wallace Monument, Airth Castle and the Ochil Hills and countryside that was made famous in the film ‘Braveheart'. We also have ample private off-street parking.
Onslow Guest House
If you are looking for hiqh quality cheap self catering apartments in Glasgow, try our sister group - Queen's Park Apartments Glasgow. We have self catering apartments available near the SECC and
Craigpark Guest House
Craigpart Guest House is ideally situated in the quiet Dennistoun Conservation Area, just one and a half miles from the city centre and close to Glasgow Cathedral. We are only one minute from Junction
Seton Guest House
We offer a warm and friendly welcome to all our guests. Our accommodation consists of two family, two twin, two double, two triple and one single room. All rooms have colour television, wash basin and
Linden Guest House
Linden Guest House is a semi detached family home dating back from the 1920's, a short walk from Stirling City Centre and it's amenities, including bus and rail station. There is plenty to do in
Grangeburn House
Flowing through Grangemouth is the Grange Burn (which gave it's name to our guest house!), which exits the town and flows directly into the Firth of Forth (and carrying on into the North Sea). Close