St Ebba B&B

Algemene informatie

Centrum van Rothesay

4 slaapkamers met bad en/of douche en toilet

Schots ontbijt inbegrepen

3/4-persoons / familiekamer mogelijk

Diner NIET mogelijk


Beschrijving

The St.Ebba is a grand Victorian villa with many original features and panoramic views across Rothesay Bay. It sits on Mount Stuart Road and to find us you take a left turn from the ferry towards Kilchattan bay.

Visitors have been arriving at Rothesay pier on the Isle of Bute for many hundreds of years to enjoy the simple relaxing environment. There are many boats of all shapes and sizes over the summer months in the harbour area including the last ocean going paddle steamer ‘The Waverly’. Traditionally many paddle steamers would arrive daily at the many piers on the island bringing bustling tourists ashore.

The rooms now ready at the St.Ebba are within the ‘Summer Retreat’. These rooms are of a high standard all with en-suite and quality Scottish toiletries. They are fresh light and airy. They are all well equipped with welcome trays, freeview television, WI-FI, dvd player, ipod station, hairdryer.
We also have a spacious ground floor room with large ensuite shower room that may suit those guests who would rather not have stairs or require to use a wheelchair.

We can cater for a wide range of visitor wither its business or pleasure. The rooms available are for couples, singles, twin rooms and families. Families with small children we can provide travel cot and high chair.

Since March 2010 we have been transforming it into our family home and we have been sharing it with our ‘Bed & Breakfast’ guests since July 2011. It has a comfortable contemporary style which blends well with the traditional feel of Scottish holidays in Rothesay. You will find a friendly relaxed atmosphere to enrich your stay.
As you can see there is parking in the driveway for guests and ample free on street parking.

You may want to relax in the lounge of the St.Ebba in front of the log stove and enjoy the fabulous unrestricted views across Rothesay Bay on to the Cowal Peninsula and Loch Striven. On warmer summer evenings you can enjoy the magic of sitting in the garden in front of the house and soak up the all the activity on the water and watch the wonderful sunset.