Good Hotel Guide Review
On one of the sunniest stretches of the Scottish coast, John Bochel and Rachel Philipsen ensure that their ‘good-value’ B&B lives up to its name and catches every ray. ‘The panorama of the sea’ is caught through the south-facing glass front; pretty suntrap gardens have plentiful seating. Coastal sands and marine blues cheerfully decorate bright bedrooms, each provided with bottled water and bathrobes; four have views over the Moray Firth. A cheese board or charcuterie platter can be arranged for an evening meal. The owners have more than 100 malt whiskies waiting to be sampled. Minutes from the beach, the day might start with sand between the toes before heading back for a generous breakfast – ‘very good indeed’, with a wide choice of cold and cooked options.
8. 1 suitable for disabled.
lounge, dining room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), terrace, front and rear gardens, parking.
all ages welcomed.
only guide dogs.
per room B&B £85–£145. À la carte £35.