Bedrooms

Our collection of 10 bedrooms is complemented by 8 well appointed bathrooms with a variety of features, from large luxuriating baths to invigorating power showers.

All the bedrooms have also been thoughtfully designed, with some offering the flexibility to either be a twin or double depending on the requirements of the group. Come and have a look round…

Tulip

By far the largest room, it can sleep up to four guests and has a striking four poster bed as its main feature. Tulip is triple aspect, with six large windows making it a very bright and airy room.

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King bed & Single day bed x 2

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Shower room (shared with Brassica)

Swan

The master bedroom with its own secret entrance has double aspect views of the side and back gardens. It offers plenty of natural daylight and an ideal spot to relax and watch the seasons change outside.

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Kingsize bed

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En suite shower

Boudoir

This is the newest room to the collection, designed with a French 16th century theme to the furniture and a four-poster bed. It also has a large en suite with an inviting bath and spacious walk-in shower.

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King bed & Single day bed

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En suite bath & shower

Cromarty

A stylish king size sleigh style bed is the focus of this room, which is located on the top floor with views across the back garden. A perfect spot for nature watching.

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Kingsize bed

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Bathroom with bath & shower (shared with Castle)

Brassica

Features include a stunning chandelier and high ceiling, as well as a striking fireplace. Although the bathroom is not en suite, it is immediately next door and has a clawfoot bath and fireplace – perfect for a long soak on a wintry evening.

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Twin/Super King

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Bathroom (shared with Tulip)

Stag

A cosy twin room on the top floor with its own en suite. Slightly masculine in style it also has a hint of tartan to remind you that you’re in Scotland.

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Twin/Super King

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En suite shower

Castle

Named because of its views from the top floor of the house across the city to Edinburgh Castle and closer to home it looks down onto the manicured front garden. A spacious double with calming colours.

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Twin/Super King

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Bathroom with bath & shower (shared with Cromarty)

Loch

A spacious triple room in the basement of the house, whilst it doesn’t have an en suite it does have its own bathroom nearby.

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Twin/Super King & Single day bed

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Shower room

Ramsay

A cosy double room in a quiet spot in the basement with a bit of a shoe theme as part of its interior.

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Double bed

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Shower room (shared with Crichton)

Crichton

Located in the basement this tranquil room is near the hot tub and next to the shower room.

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Double bed

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Shower room (shared with Ramsay)

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