Lovely B & B Near Helensburgh, Scotland
The accommodation is our family home, which we love. We currently offer one room for bed and breakfast (B&B) or room let for longer term accommodation. We have two beautiful golden retrievers who relish adding to a very warm welcome!
There’s ample parking within our own private secluded grounds. Our home is in a beautiful setting, with Whistlers Burn (an old whisky smuggling route …) meandering its way through the woodland gardens.
The Guest Room is a very comfortable, beautifully refurbished sitting/double bedroom with TV, DVD player and free internet access. Tea/coffee making facilities provided. Laura Ashley linen.
The Bathroom has been fully refurbished in 2012; this Porcelanosa bathroom is finished to a very high standard and offers bath and shower facilities. It is close to the bedroom and may, on occasion, be shared with other residents.
All meals are served in the Dining room, overlooking the front garden.
Breakfast is served between 8.00am and 9.30am (earlier breakfasts can be catered for, by request). Evening meals (set menu) are available on request and booked in advance. Fresh local ingredients are a feature of the menu. Vegetarians catered for.
Rhu village is situated two miles out of Helensburgh, on the Gareloch, on the route to the peninsula and the Naval bases – Faslane and Coulport. Its also on the route to Arrochar, Oban, Fort William and the Highlands of Scotland, a good stopping-off point on your journey. Its a very pretty village with a strong sailing tradition and even tales of smuggling in days of yore! Glenarn Gardens, which, although a private residence, are open to the public [a small donation is encouraged] and are spectacular in the spring.
Helensburgh is a lovely seaside town with plenty of restaurants and shops. There are buildings of architectural interest including Charles Rennie Macintosh’s Hill House (National Trust). There is also easy access to sea or loch fishing, sailing, hill walking, mountain-biking and golfing. The world’s last sea going paddle steamer ‘The Waverley’ calls in twice a week during the summer for sea-loch excursions. There are direct train connections to Glasgow and Edinburgh, as well as Oban, Mallaig and Fort William.
Faslane Naval Base is about 3.5 miles away towards Garelochhead; there is a half-hourly bus service, and we are only a very short walk to the bus route. There is an excellent regular direct train service to Glasgow, Edinburgh, Oban and Fort William, and we’re 35 minutes by car from Glasgow Airport (GLA).
Loch Lomond is renowned throughout the world for its beauty. The picturesque village of Luss rests on its shores.
There is a sea-life centre at Loch Lomond Shores and a small shopping centre at which you can purchase the beautiful Sheila Fleet jewellery at Jenners.
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