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The Dulaig, Grantown-on-Spey
Character and comfort define the best of B&Bs, and these wonderful guest houses always give a sense of being welcomed with open arms, quite literally in some cases. From converted cider presses to bedrooms adorned with Georgian antiques, expect high standards, and occasionally a quirky window and sloping floor board or two – it's all part of the charm.
Here are the Good Hotel Guide's Editor's Choice selections for best B&Bs.