The Boobrie Room

The boobrie is a mythological shapeshifting entity inhabiting the lochs of the west coast of Scotland.

First floor double bedroom

This first floor bedroom with double bed has an integral wardrobe with ample space and a stylish chest of drawers allowing you to store your clothing safely and carefully. There is one large armchair in here for your reading pleasure in addition, two bedside lamps adorn the bedside cabinets. For your comfort, the room has a radiator which is fed by the multi-fuel burner in the living room. Should you require only a quick burst of heat, a panel convection heater is affixed to the wall for your convenience. All bedrooms have a south facing aspect and are fitted with venetian blinds for your privacy.

This room is adorned with pictures from Scotland and two in particular from the local area, one being Carradale Bay and the other of the Keil Hotel in Southend, a fascinating study into the lifecycle of a hotel. Built in the 1930’s it was commandeered before it even opened and was used during WWII as a Naval Hospital, then reopened as a hotel with reasonable success later transferring to a string of new owners eventually closing in October 1990. Rumour has it renovation on this fabulous art deco building is starting once again.

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Boobrie Room
Boobrie Room

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£100 per night for the whole house!
Summer season
  • For a family of four that's £25 per person per night (as an example)
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