There is a huge variety of accommodation in Scotland, with something guaranteed to suit the needs and requirements of every visitor.
To help you choose the right accommodation, the followingdefinitions describe what each type has to offer.
A guest house normally has at least 4 letting bedrooms, some with ensuite or private facilities. It is usually run as a commercial business.Breakfast is available and evening meals may be provided.
Accommodation offering bed and breakfast, usually in a private house. B&Bs normally accommodate no more than 6 guests, and may or maynot serve an evening meal.
Bed and breakfast or guest house accommodation provided on a working farm or small holding.
A hotel normally has at least 20 letting bedrooms, of whichmost have ensuite or private facilities. They serve breakfast, dinner and, normally, lunch, and they usually have a drinks licence (it may be a restricted one).
A small hotel normallyhas a minimum of 6 letting bedrooms and a maximum of 20. Most bedrooms have ensuite or private facilities. Small hotels serve breakfast, dinner and, normally, lunch, and they have a drinks licence(though it may be a restricted licence). They are normally run by the owner(s) and reflect their own personal style.
International Resort Hotel
A hotel with a 5-star quality award that has a range ofleisure and sporting facilities. These include an 18- hole golf course, swimming pool and leisure centre, and country pursuits.
Country House Hotel
A country house hotel with ample grounds orgardens, in a rural or semi-rural situation with an emphasis on peace and quiet.
Town House Hotel
High quality town/city centre properties of individual and distinctive style with a maximum of 50 roomsand a high staff-to-guest ratio. Public areas may be limited. Possibly no dinner served but room service available instead.
A town/city hotel providing full hotel services with the...
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